Michigan State's Denzel Valentine has had two triple doubles already this season. Four other players have also had one. Now the club has some more company this season and it comes once again from the state of Michigan.

Senior Caris LeVert from the Michigan Wolverines put up the fourth triple double in Michigan basketball history during the school's 77-62 win over Northern Kentucky on Tuesday.

LeVert finished with a line of 13 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. About as close as you can get for the triple double line.

How close was it to not happening though? LeVert's 10th assist came on Michigan's final bucket of the game.

According to multiple reports, the crowd went wild when the final bucket went in and the triple double became official with about two minutes to go. Much to the confusion of one John Beilein.

On top of his triple double, LeVert also picked up his 1000th career collegiate point on a three point play early in the first half.

It's a day the senior won't soon forget, that's for sure.

Michigan and Michigan State hit the hardwood on February 6th in the Crisler Center, in a matchup of triple double players, should be fun.