Williams coach of year for molding young Tar Heels
INDIANAPOLIS -- Roy Williams, who followed a national championship season at North Carolina by leading an inexperienced team to a Top 10 finish, was selected coach of the year by The Associated Press on Friday.
Williams, who won the award in 1992 at Kansas, is the second
coach to win it at two schools, joining Eddie Sutton, who won at
Arkansas in 1978 and Kentucky in 1986. He is the seventh coach to
win it more than once, with UCLA's John Wooden the record holder at
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