Often, a coach must take one for the team
Thu Feb 15, 2007
Everything coaches say and do is highly calculated. When Roy Williams drew a second-half technical foul by slamming his fist into the scorer's table to protest a call, it probably wasn't accidental he chose a very well-padded section of the table. Williams was obviously desperate to accept some blame for the loss, which could imperil the Tar Heels' status as a potential No.1 seed in next month's NCAA tournament.
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