Sports Roy Williams apologizes for F-bomb during intense postgame news...

Roy Williams apologizes for F-bomb during intense postgame news conference

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North Carolina has actually lost 6 straight games– the longest losing streak in the Roy Williams age– and the coach is plainly annoyed about it.

Following UNC’s 77-76 loss to Notre Dame on Monday, Williams provided a fiery postgame news conference and instantly asked forgiveness after utilizing an F-bomb

“You got two choices: You can compete your butt off, or you can get in the fetal position and curl up and start crying,” Williams stated. “I’m not going to freaking do that. We’re going to f—ing, excuse me, I apologize to everybody — we’re going to freaking compete. That’s what we’re going to do. We play Saturday. You feel sorry for yourself, and you’re going to do that for the rest of your freaking life. I apologize. I don’t know what I’m doing right now the way I’m cursing.”

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His aggravations are simple to comprehend.

North Carolina is 10-16 this season and 3-12 in ACC play.

The Tar Heels had a 15- point lead in Monday’s game however lost by one-point after Notre Dame’s Nate Laszewski made a 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds left to play.

Up next for the UNC? No. 11 Louisville on Saturday.

“You’ve got to be all in or you’ve got to leave,” Williams stated. “Yeah, it’s frustrating. It makes you angry. Every little mistake you wonder why, but the bottom line is we’re going to play a game again on Saturday and we’ll see what happens.”

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