Dick Baddour on the Loyalty and Impact of Roy Williams


Dick Baddour tried to hire twice. First in 2000, after retired, and then again in 2003, when North Carolina moved on from . The second attempt was successful and began one of the best runs in college basketball history. On Thursday afternoon, Baddour was in the Smith Center for Williams' retirement press conference. (Inside Carolina)

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Dick Baddour on the Loyalty and Impact of Roy Williams


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