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Double delight: Brandon Allen and Marquise Williams
And on the other end of the stylistic spectrum from Allen is North Carolina's Marquise Williams. For those of you that stopped paying attention to...

Marquise Williams Named To Great 8 Quarterback List
The Davey O'Brien Award has revealed the "Great 8" quarterback performances for week 10. The eight honorees include: Brandon Allen of Arkansas, Washington State's Luke...

UNC Basketball Recruiting Week in Review
A look back at the past week in UNC basketball recruiting...

UNC Basketball Recruiting Week in Review
A look back at the past week in UNC basketball recruiting...

Roy Williams Offers 2016 5-Star Center Jarrett Allen
North Carolina continues to expand its 2016 target list. Jarrett Allen, a 6-foot-10 post player, is the latest to pick up a scholarship offer from...

Roy Williams NCAA Tournament Friday Press Conference Quotes
You are one win behind Coach Smith in NCAA Tournament wins. Does that number mean anything to you? Roy Williams: "Well, it does now. I...

UNC-Louisville Postgame Notes
Roy Williams passed legendary Kansas Coach Phog Allen with his 747th victory. That moves Williams into 15th place in all-time wins. Henry Iba is 14th...

Roy Williams on career win #747
The Tar Heels' win over Louisville on Thursday was win number 747 for Roy Williams. With the win, Williams passed Kansas legend Phog Allen for...

Five observations: North Carolina defeats Louisville
The North Carolina Tar Heels advanced to the ACC tournament semifinals to face the Virginia Cavaliers after their 70-60 win against the Louisville Cardinals. The...

UNC-Boston College Game Notes
Roy Williams is now tied for 15th place in NCAA history with 746 wins with former Kansas coach Phog Allen. Williams is 746-200 overall and...

UNC-Georgia Tech Postgame Notes
Roy Williams won his 743rd career game and 325th at UNC. He is 16th all-time, three behind Phog Allen. He is seventh in ACC wins,...

Roy Williams returns to KU during fieldhouse celebration
Roy Williams woke up at 4 a.m. Monday, and a few hours later, his former player C.B. McGrath dropped him off just outside Allen Fieldhouse...

Carolina Rundown: October 22
Roy Williams will return to Lawrence on Monday for a celebration of Allen Fieldhouse. 11 points and six boards for Ed Davis off the bench...

Roy Williams, Larry Brown will return to Kansas to celebrate Allen Fieldhouse
More than a decade after his last public appearance at Allen Fieldhouse, Roy Williams is coming back to Kansas. This time, for a reunion. Williams...

Former Maryland point guard Seth Allen heading to Virginia Tech
Maryland transfer Seth Allen told ESPN he is headed to Virginia Tech. Allen, who left College Park despite averaging 13.4 points in nearly 30 minutes...

Roy Williams' Offensive Option Play Diagrams
Attached are two option plays from the Roy Williams North Carolina Tar Heels offense. I have tremendous respect for him as a coach. Williams has...

Roy Williams showing interest in 2015 SG Austin Grandstaff
Austin Grandstaff, a 2015 4-star shooting guard from Rockwall, Texas, recently de-committed from Oklahoma State and Roy Williams is apparently showing interest, according to his...

2014 SG Peyton Allen commits to Texas A&M
Chatham Glenwood High School boys basketball star Peyton Allen has made an oral commitment to Texas A&M, the senior tweeted Thursday night. “I have officially...

ACC Football Commitment List: Coastal Division
ACC teams have been hard at work on the recruiting trail lately. In the Coastal Division, Pittsburgh has gone from just two commitments to 12,...

DT Jeremiah Clarke becomes UNC's third football commitment of the weekend
Defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke (6'5", 275) from T.C. Williams high school (of "Remember the Titans" fame) in Alexandria, Virginia, became North Carolina's third football commitment...

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