Roy Williams, happy with his life’s work, will speak in Norfolk on Tuesday

Asked to summarize his 48 years as a basketball coach, , who guided UNC to three basketball national championships, turns to a line from Luke Bryan in his song "Buy Dirt." "He had a lyric to 'Do what you love, but call it work,'" said Williams. "That’s what I was able to do." Williams will speak about his life in basketball on a visit this week to Norfolk. (Virginian-Pilot)

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Roy Williams, happy with his life’s work, will speak in Norfolk on Tuesday

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