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"W" Coaches Have Many "W"ins, Few Losses In NCAA Basketball Title Tilts

The title victory by Jay Wright was the eighteenth against but 4 losses (two of those vs another “W” coach), by a coach whose last name starts with “W.” (ode to the giant “W” in the classic comedy, “It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World”). 192 more words

THE LAST GAME

Michigan State and North Carolina experienced it on Sunday.

Two nights earlier, Virginia went through the same thing.

Tom Izzo, Roy Williams and Tony Bennett, three outstanding coaches lost their last game of the season. 12 more words

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Tony Bennett Will Win a National Title, Eventually

The only predictable thing about the famously unpredictable NCAA Tournament is the Grand Conclusions it inspires based on the results of a playoff that is designed for maximum chaos. 550 more words

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Roy Williams happily played with a baby before North Carolina’s first-round game

North Carolina head coach Roy Williams was all smiles before the No. 2 Tar Heels faced No. 15 Lipscomb in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Friday. 112 more words

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Roy Williams opened his NCAA tournament press conference with a Tiger Woods update

Tiger Woods is back to playing high-level golf, which has golf fans particularly excited.

North Carolina head coach Roy Williams was so pumped about Woods’ early performance at the Arnold Palmer Invitational that he opened his NCAA tournament press conference with a very important Tiger Woods update. 114 more words

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2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket Breakdown: West

Best 1st round matchup: Ohio State vs South Dakota State. The Buckeyes were a huge surprise this year, playing Top 30 offense and defense under 1st year coach Chris Holtmann. 479 more words

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Virginia Beats UNC to Win the ACC Title

Virginia took home the ACC crown last night by taking down sixth seeded North Carolina, 71-63. Virginia only trailed for 54 seconds the entire game and kept a death grip on their lead using their signature pack-line defense. 295 more words