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North Carolina heads north to take on BC
BOSTON -- With his first 800 victories out of the way, Roy Williams goes for No. 801 when his No. 9 North Carolina Tar Heels visit Boston College on Saturday.
And the next win, whether it comes Saturday or not, will also be the next one without his friend, Barack Obama, in the White House.
In an interview just published in GQ, Williams, talking about the now-former president's basketball talents, said, "He has (some) sneaky little lefty, old-school moves. One of my players, Jack Wooten, tried to block his shot and I yelled at him. I said, 'Jack, this guy could be the President of the United States. What're you trying to do that for?!' And President Obama just picked up on it so quickly. He said, 'You see that secret service guy over there?'"MORE
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|10 Florida State||5-1||17-2|
|9 North Carolina||5-1||17-3|
|15 Notre Dame||5-1||16-3|
|North Carolina State||2-4||13-6|
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