North Carolina head coach Roy Williams speaks during an NCAA Tournament news conference, Saturday, March 26, 2016, in Philadelphia. Williams told ESPN’s Andy Katz that, in light of the ACC’s new 20-game conference schedule, he doesn’t see the UK-UNC series continuing.
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams speaks during an NCAA Tournament news conference, Saturday, March 26, 2016, in Philadelphia. Williams told ESPN’s Andy Katz that, in light of the ACC’s new 20-game conference schedule, he doesn’t see the UK-UNC series continuing. Matt Rourke Associated Press
North Carolina head coach Roy Williams speaks during an NCAA Tournament news conference, Saturday, March 26, 2016, in Philadelphia. Williams told ESPN’s Andy Katz that, in light of the ACC’s new 20-game conference schedule, he doesn’t see the UK-UNC series continuing. Matt Rourke Associated Press

Daggum it, North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams doesn’t see Kentucky series continuing

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