For the second straight summer, University of North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams is playing less golf and spending more time in his chosen profession.
Williams helping coach U.S. basketball team
"It's like putting a puzzle together," Roy Williams said. "You look at your team, and you decide what you don't have. And so you want to fill those holes first. But how you fill those holes is important."
UNC lost some but gained Williams
The Cats head to Tobacco Road to open the December portion of the schedule, facing North Carolina in the Dean Dome on Dec. 4 to open CBS' college basketball coverage.
Heels to host UK on Dec. 4
North Carolina's recent interest in 6-foot-5 wing Danny Green shows that the Tar Heels might have questions about the package deal of Dallas prospects C.J. Miles and Kevin Rogers, said PrepStars analyst Brick Oettinger.
UNC shows interest in N.Y. wing
In turn, elite camps such as ABCD, the Nike Camp in Indianapolis or the adidas Camp in Georgia have for years hosted -- free of charge except for transportation -- top players from around the country to make it easier for coaches to see them.
Summer camp is no vacation
Raleigh News & Observer
"Hopefully, I'll get that starting position," Barth said. "I think I have the mental toughness, that's the main thing. It's a good situation. I hope they got me (to use right away) and hopefully I can come in and start."
Barth will contend for role as Heels kicker
Jacksonville Daily News
Wide receiver Ronald Curry has been impressive in camp. Defensive backs are finding it difficult to cover him. Tight end Roland Williams has given him a new nickname. Said Williams: "I call him 7-Eleven. He's always open."
To Curry favor