Via ESPN, a great interview with UNC head coach Roy Williams interviewed by Rick Reilly. I've included it below in case you didn't get to watch it. Coach talks about a lot of different topics, all great stuff. From the importance of family, to humble beginnings, greatest disappointments (97 Kansas), winning one for Tyler Hansbrough, and more.

What I enjoyed most was Coach Williams talking about the need to appreciate the support system (6:30). Don't forget to thank the ball boys, the announcers, the scorekeepers, the floor sweeper, the janitors. It takes a great deal to setup and organize this great game that we love to play and participate in, and we as coaches shouldn't take that for granted. The other part that I really enjoyed listening to was Coach Williams talking about his High School football coaching experience (10:45). I don't want to spoil it for you, so you'll have to watch it yourself.

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