Is Roy Williams now the all-time king of Carolina?

North Carolina head coach Roy Williams reaches through the ladder to cut down the net after North Carolina beat Kentucky 75-73 to win the South Regional final game in the NCAA college basketball tournament Sunday, March 26, 2017, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Roy Williams is a better coach than was his mentor, late North Carolina great Dean Smith. 

Final 14 secs of the Elite 8:

How great is this?

Vince Carter is pumped:

One would think he’d be a pro at this:

After beating Kentucky:

Postgame:

Well, it’s a fantastic feeling right now. Second half we got off to a bad start, turned it over a couple times, they made shots, and all of a sudden they tie the score, and we make two or three shots and get back up. And then it was hit or miss all the way down the stretch, and then all of a sudden we’re five down. And we had the timeout and I told them the same thing it was against Arkansas. I told them at that time it was going to be good for us, and I felt like it would be good for us today. What we had to do is we had to play. Got to get a great shot. Theo (Pinson) made a tough shot, a runner on the baseline, far across from our bench, and then Justin (Jackson) made a tough one, and believe it or not, we went zone, just tried to see if we could give them a different look. They were getting too much dribble penetration, and two or three possessions, and they didn’t score, and we make some good plays. Luke Maye was sensational in making baskets for us, made the big pass down court to Justin for the layup. Theo made some big free throws, Luke made some big free throws, and we’re still sitting here.

Enjoying the pageantry:

Final Fours all-time:

There is this:

What do you think? Is Williams a better coach then Dean Smith?

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