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With Williams sick, No. 9 North Carolina beats BC 68-65
BOSTON (AP) North Carolina coach Roy Williams spent most of the second half of Tuesday night's game against Boston College in the locker room after collapsing to the court with vertigo.
When it was over, he decided to come back out - not just to congratulate his ninth-ranked Tar Heels on their come-from-behind 68-65 victory, but also to commend the Eagles and coach Jim Christian on their hard-fought loss.
"I really felt like it was important for me to come out and shake Jimmy's hand because I didn't want to be a distraction," said Williams, 65, who has suffered from benign positional vertigo for 17-18 years but said he never had it hit him during a game.MORE
|Atlantic Coast Standings|
|9 North Carolina||9-2||20-4|
|12 Miami (FL)||8-3||19-4|
|North Carolina State||2-9||12-12|
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