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Topic - Roy Williams
North Carolina had 1.6 seconds to score and avoid another early NCAA tournament exit, but instead spent that precious time trying to call timeout.
Iowa State's DeAndre Kane did exactly as his coach had instructed, driving for a layup that gave the Cyclones the lead. North Carolina never got a chance to answer because Roy Williams' players didn't do what he wanted.
DeAndre Kane drove for the game-winning layup with 1.6 seconds left and No. 3 seed Iowa State beat North Carolina 85-83 on Sunday, advancing to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2000.
North Carolina isn't going home early like Duke. But only just barely.
Iowa State has seen all this before and it never seems to end well for the Cyclones.
Providence pulled one upset to get to the NCAA tournament. Sticking around will demand another.
The list of winners of The Associated Press Big 12 men's basketball Coach of the Year award as chosen annually by a panel of sports writers and broadcasters:
Officials at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, the Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, and even in municipal offices can speak about why companies would want to locate here.
North Carolina's 11th straight victory gave the Tar Heels one of the top four seeds in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and a bye through to the quarterfinals.
North Carolina didn't let a crammed-full schedule of games nor a short turnaround after an emotional win against its fiercest rival derail its momentum. Instead, the Tar Heels had a dominating performance that continued their upward surge in the Atlantic Coast Conference standings.
North Carolina faced an unlikely 15-point deficit with one of its top players having an off night against Florida State on Monday. Maybe just as unlikely was Kennedy Meeks stepping up to save the day.
North Carolina was too big and too quick for Notre Dame.
North Carolina has fought back from a bad start in Atlantic Coast Conference play to even its record. Capping that climb by extending rival North Carolina State's misery here made that even sweeter.
James Michael McAdoo has been content to see his North Carolina teammates get attention even as he's playing some of the best basketball of his career.
No matter what happens for the rest of North Carolina's up-and-down season, the Tar Heels can still say they've never lost to Clemson at home.
"We're America's team, everybody wants to see us," receiver Roy Williams said.
"Controversy is what everybody loves, try to pin him against me, me against him, and it's not going to work," said Williams, who compared to the situation to the 2011 truck he just bought and the 2004 he also still has. "Everybody loves a new car. ... That 2004 still runs good."