"There is a lot of pressure," acknowledged Williams, who whose Tar Heels survived a tense finish against Harvard in their NCAA opener. "You've got to find some kids that can block all that out, and especially if they're really, really talented, you've got a better chance."
"First of all, the reason you struggle in games is because the other team's pretty doggone good," explained North Carolina coach Roy Williams, whose team survived two close games to reach the Sweet 16. "The other thing is the attention, the pressure - they're still 18-, 19-, 20-year-old kids. I mean, they're not going to get it right."