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Brad Frederick Q&A
I saw Coach Williams at the Boo Williams event at the end of April. He mentioned to me that Coach [Joe] Holladay would be retiring...

Video: One-on-one with Joe Holladay
GoHeels TV sat down with former Director of Basketball Operations, Joe Holladay to talk about his extensive career and retirement...

Brad Frederick To Replace Joe Holladay On UNC Basketball Staff
Joe Holladay, one of college basketball's most widely respected coaches, is retiring after 20 years and 594 wins as a member of Roy Williams' staffs...

Radio show notes: turnovers, drives, exams
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams was out recruiting on Monday night, so Director of Basketball Operations Joe Holladay took his place on “Roy Williams...

Roy Williams Radio Show Quotes
How do you think Brice Johnson is developing? He’s been a popular player with fans. Joe Holladay: “Brice has been about a point per minute...

Tyler Zeller has huge night in home finale
On a Wednesday night chocked full of special stuff, Tyler Zeller’s favorite moments came after sixth-ranked North Carolina’s 88-64 beatdown of Maryland had been completed...

Name-calling, mistaken identities and a reference to Hades: Roy's explanation for the FSU mishap
Most members of the team, including Williams, left the court early to avoid the rush of floor-storming FSU fans. Williams, citing miscommunication with assistant coach...

Radio show notes: Texas will be physical
Texas may be more youth-laden than the Longhorns teams that have beaten the Tar Heels the last two seasons, but Joe Holladay, UNC's director of...

Roy Williams Radio Show Quotes
Joe Holladay on Roy out recruiting: “Tonight he’s out on the west coast and he’ll see somebody play [on Monday] evening. We’re in finals right...

Roy Williams Radio Show Quotes
Joe Holladay on the team needing to play with more emotion: "I think we’ve all got a lot of concerns. I’m hoping that this Saturday...

UNC Basketball Coaching Shakeup
North Carolina's basketball staff will be doing things a little bit differently this season, as longtime assistant coach Joe Holladay is taking over as Director...

UNC basketball shuffles staff
Assistant coach Joe Holladay will move from his position on the North Carolina bench to the administrative director of basketball operations role on the Tar...

Joe Holladay Recalls Childhood in Duncan, Oklahoma
Joe Holladay grew up in a town built on football, but made his way into the world to coach at some of the top college...

Champion UNC assistant has Bartlesville roots
More than 30 years ago, a young basketball coach arrived in Bartlesville with his destiny stretching before him to the furthest, unseen horizon. Three decades...

Sean May, Marvin Williams go back to school
Sean May and Atlanta Hawks forward Marvin Williams are the latest former Tar Heels to trade their pro playbooks for steno notebooks each offseason, taking...

Joe Holladay happy as a UNC assistant
By staying one of head coach Roy Williams' right-hand men for 15 seasons, Joe Holladay has displayed a longevity that is rare these days in...

UNC-Washington State preview
UNC assistant coach Joe Holladay admits the statistics seem too unreal to believe. In two NCAA tournament games, the Tar Heels have averaged 111 points,...

Lucas: Find A Way
At one point in the first half, when Ty Lawson was already shelved, Quentin Thomas turned to the bench and gave the tired sign. Williams...

Zeller down to final four
Last weekend, North Carolina head coach Roy Williams and assistants Joe Holladay and Steve Robinson made a home visit to see Tyler and his parents...

Tar Heels maintain their 'Tys'
Usually soft-spoken center Tyler Hansbrough stepped to the podium and appeared to catch assistant coach Joe Holladay off guard Tuesday night at UNC's basketball awards...

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