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Young and old, coaches can be great at any age

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Roy Williams, North Carolina: After 15 years at Kansas and four appearances in the Final Four, Williams returned to his alma mater in 2003 and cut down the nets in his second season. In his first five seasons back in Chapel Hill, Williams won two national titles, went to a trio of Final Fours and won four ACC regular-season crowns. Age: 59 (turns 60 on Aug. 1); Career record: 643-163 (23 seasons); National championships: 2; Final Four appearances: 7 (CBS Sports)

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