The 25 Greatest Games in UNC History: No. 9 - The Marvin Williams Game

There comes a moment, every once in a while, where the noise of a crowd is the thing that stands out the most. Marvin Williams’ go-ahead putback and-one against Duke in 2005 is one of those moments. The crowd didn’t just explode, it formed a single note, projected all at once. Roy Williams still says it’s the loudest he’s ever heard the Dean Dome. (Tar Heel Blog)

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