Would Ol' Roy take paycut to help?


On the heels of UConn coach Jim Calhoun’s tirade when asked if he would would be willing to give some of his salary back to help in these harsh economic times, gave a more level response to a similar question posed Friday. Williams' salary, which averages more than $2 million per year, said that: he is more sensitive than ever to the harsh economy because his son, Scott, recently lost his job with Wachovia Securities. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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