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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...

Watch out for Long Beach State
Saturday’s game against Long Beach State isn’t just another cupcake matchup during North Carolina’s nine-game homestand. Facing tough foes on the road has become the...

Basketball Scholarships Breakdown
With the commitment of Brice Johnson to the 2012 class, two other UNC recruiting targets signaled they would be going elsewhere. PF Roscoe Allen canceled...

Profiling 'Legend of the Phog' Larry Brown
Brown began coaching at Kansas in 1983, replacing the beloved Owens. He finished his career at Kansas with the second and arguably most memorable NCAA...

2012 PF Rosco Allen receives UNC offer
Inside Carolina reported Thursday that UNC has offered a scholarship to 2012 power forward Rosco Allen (6'9" 205, Bishop Gorman HS, Las Vegas,...

Roy Williams: 'Time does heal a lot of things'
Former Kansas coach Roy Williams talks about still cheering for KU, Allen Fieldhouse, his golf game, how much longer he'd like to coach and the...

No ACC suspensions for UNC's Reddick, N.C. State's Williams
No suspensions will be assessed to UNC’s Kevin Reddick or N.C. State’s Jarvis Williams for their roles in an end-zone scuffle Saturday, ACC associate commissioner...

N.C. State vs. UNC observations
The status of N.C. State wide receiver Jarvis Williams and North Carolina linebacker Kevin Reddick for next week is uncertain. Williams and Reddick were ejected...

Rounding the Corner
North Carolina head coach Butch Davis spoke to reporters before Thursday's practice and addressed tight end coach Allen Mogridge's new role as recruiting coordinator, while...

Up Close and Personal with Roy Williams
Roy Allen Williams was born August 1, 1950 in Spruce pine, North Carolina. His family relocated to Asheville when Roy was child and that is...

UNC has familiar feeling of high expectations as basketball season begins in five weeks
When North Carolina assistant coach Jerod Haase looks at this year’s Tar Heels, he senses something familiar. Maybe it’s the roster stocked with NBA talent...

Roy, a friend indeed
The heart of collegiate basketball beats at Kansas. The founder of the game, James Naismith, coached there and Dr. Forrest Allen – Phog to Kansas...

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