Tar Heels coach thinks basketball, deals with vertigo
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Midseason or offseason, there’s one thing that never changes for North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams. “I go to bed every night thinking about basketball,” he said Wednesday, addressing several mid-summer issues. Williams recently spent 10 days in six different towns on the recruiting trail. Earlier this summer, he went to Hawaii to speak at a high school function. But the way the past season ended continues to be an irritation. (Burlington Times News)
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