Roy Williams' Undying Passion For North Carolina


is best known as a Hall of Fame basketball coach, the man who led the Tar Heels to three NCAA championships. In his 33 seasons as a college coach, he notched 903 wins, 24 more than his mentor, . But Williams' undying passion for his alma mater and all that America's oldest public university stands for will be his true legacy. (GoHeels.com)

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Roy Williams' Undying Passion For North Carolina


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