Virginia Tech Coach Gets Very Honest About North Carolina, Roy Williams
A Virginia Tech coach got very honest about North Carolina and Roy Williams on Wednesday night.
The Tar Heels have had something of a rough year.
After losing their best player early on, they then had to watch five-star recruit Cole Anthony go down with a torn meniscus last month.
This week, things went from bad to worse when North Carolina found itself on the wrong end of a 79-77 loss to Virginia Tech.
Following the outing, Virginia Tech head coach Mike Young was asked if he felt sorry for his counterpart.
I asked #Hokies Mike Young if he feels sorry for UNC’s Roy Williams: “I don’t feel for coach,” Young joked. “Coach doesn’t need my sympathy. He’s a hall of famer. He’s won a gazillion games more than I’m going to win. That’s the Tar Heels over there. They’ll be just fine.”
— Mike Barber (@RTD_MikeBarber) January 23, 2020
“I don’t feel for coach,” he replied.
“Coach doesn’t need my sympathy. He’s a hall of famer. He’s won a gazillion games more than I’m going to win.
“That’s the Tar Heels over there. They’ll be just fine.”
The Tar Heels currently find themselves in last place in the conference with a 1-6 record.
North Carolina’s overall record is not much better. Presently, they are 8-10 and are on the verge of missing March Madness for the first time in a decade.