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Roy Williams calls UNC’s struggles ‘the understatement of my entire life’

Roy Williams - photo by Nick Wass | AP

- photo by Nick Wass | AP

To say that is struggling, coach Roy Williams said after his team lost 92-71 at Maryland on Sunday, “is the understatement of my entire life.”  Here's another one: “[In] 21 years as a head coach, I've never been in this spot, but I've got to find a way to help the kids get out of it,” he said. “Two-and-6 is not comfortable. It's not good.”  The crowd at Comcast Center started chanting “NIT! NIT!” in the closing minutes of the blowout, and for good reason.

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