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Larry Brown was a young assistant on coach Dean Smith's staff at North Carolina in the mid-1960s when he turned down his first head coaching offer.
Tennessee's Holly Warlick insists she doesn't feel much pressure replacing one of the greatest figures in the history of women's basketball.
Larry Brown has returned to college coaching.
Holly Warlick has her work cut out for her as Tennessee's new women's basketball coach.
It's been nine years since Roy Williams left Kansas, and he knows the Jayhawks and their fans have gotten over him.
North Carolina is reliving a 28-year-old nightmare.
For 44 minutes and 31 seconds, Georgetown gave Syracuse fits.
We'll never forget that line last March, as the Ohio State football program was unraveling, when president E. Gordon Gee was asked about possibly firing Jim Tressel. "Are you kidding?" he said. "I'm just hopeful that the coach doesn't dismiss me."
Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams is retiring after 22 seasons, the school said Thursday.
When Jim Calhoun was 28 and just gaining a foothold in coaching, he figured he already had all the answers.
Players from each of the five Final Four teams of former Houston coach Guy V. Lewis gathered Friday to honor the coach and share a unified message.
Mike Krzyzewski moved past rival Dean Smith into second place on the men's all-time wins list Wednesday night, claiming his 880th career victory with the top-ranked Blue Devils' 108-62 rout of North Carolina-Greensboro.
Mike Krzyzewski and Dean Smith are on the verge of sharing a spot in the record books _ even if only for a few days.
Michael Jordan is finally being inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
Alabama transfer Justin Knox plopped down in a chair, then found himself surrounded by about a dozen reporters on North Carolina's practice court.
Smith said Marshall's injury isn't crippling, that the team's frontcourt trio could be enough to keep the Tar Heels advancing in a season that has at most four games left.
"I think he is such a great facilitator, a superior facilitator to anyone in college basketball today," Smith said. "He's a guy who could play a game with the injury I had and still be super effective. I don't think I could've been super effective. ... I think he'd be OK because part of his repertoire is being able to score, but Kendall can go games and get six points and be the most dominant player on the court."