‘I will be here cheering:’ Hear from Roy Williams on the hiring of his successor Hubert Davis


When you’ve done something for so long at such a high level, it’s hard to let it go. That had to be true for as he gave up coaching on April 1 after 33 seasons as a head coach, including 18 at North Carolina and three national championships. His successor is and though bittersweet, Williams seems ecstatic to watch him get to work. (CBS 17)

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‘I will be here cheering:’ Hear from Roy Williams on the hiring of his successor Hubert Davis


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