Michael Graham has won it all -- again.

Some 29 years after the former Georgetown star, nicknamed "The Enforcer" for his relentless, physical style, helped the Hoyas to the national championship, Graham is in the news again. The D.C. Lottery announced this week that Graham purchased a winning ticket, and is now $1 million richer.

Graham bought the lucky stub on March 26 at a Shell gas station in Washington.

"Graham, now in retail sales management, says he’s hasn’t slept since learning of his big win and is looking forward to relaxing and getting back to normal," the release read.

The 6-foot-9 Graham was a bonafide star for Georgetown during the Hoyas' run to the NCAA tournament title in 1984. He won All-Tournament honors and was even featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated. But academic issues led to his release from the squad, and even though he was drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics in the fourth round, he never played a game in the NBA.

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