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Roy Williams adds to Hall of Fame legacy with latest milestone win

North Carolina needed a win against Syracuse on Monday night to earn Roy Williams his 800th as a head coach and he got it with the Tar Heels 85-68 win. 262 more words


This Day in Dallas Cowboys History- Three in One and a 13 Year Drought is Over

Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo celebrates during Dallas 34-14 NFC Wildcard Playoff win over the Philadelphia Eagles on January 9, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.

How many times have we heard commentators indicate that it is next to impossible for an NFL football team to beat another team three times in one season?   621 more words

Roy Williams: Theo Pinson to play Saturday 'unless he screws it up in practice'

Roy Williams may be receiving his Christmas present a little late.

Reported by Scout Network’s Inside Carolina, junior Theo Pinson will play versus N.C. State tomorrow evening. 220 more words


Watch Roy Williams get confronted in heated conversation after North Carolina OT win

Seconds after North Carolina defeated Clemson 89-86 in overtime, Clemson coach Brad Brownell confronted North Carolina coach Roy Williams while players were shaking hands.

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Clemson coach Brad Brownell angrily confronted Roy Williams after North Carolina's OT win

After North Carolina beat Clemson 89-86 in overtime on Tuesday night, Tigers coach Brad Brownell confronted Tar Heels coach Roy Williams as the players were shaking hands. 165 more words


UNC basketball coach Roy Williams thought 'Frosty the Snowman' was a reindeer

UNC basketball coach Roy Williams isn’t too up to date on his Christmas references.

That was evidenced on Wednesday night during an interview with ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla. 130 more words


Roy Williams says his favorite reindeer is Frosty

North Carolina head coach Roy Williams got his Christmas characters a little mixed up in an ESPN interview that aired on Wednesday. Fran Fraschilla asked Williams what his favorite reindeer is, and the coach said “Frosty.” 209 more words