North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he was "the most frustrated of my life" in his team and his own coaching performance after Tar Heels, 13th overall, lost Wednesday night against Michigan, number 5, 84-67.

"Right now, we're stinking," Williams told reporters, shot down, during his post-game press conference. "We work every day on the screen of the ball, and three times in a row they put a screen in the middle of the field and throw it down or put it down.

"Guys, I do not have anything positive.If you want positive things, you'd better go out and find someone on the street, because I have no positive for myself. , no positive for my team. "

North Carolina shot just 39% of the ground on Wednesday and was beaten at double digit almost throughout the second half. Freshman Coby White led the team with 12 points. Michigan, meanwhile, shot more than 57% and two players scored more than 20.

"It's very frustrating right now," Williams told reporters. "As a coach, I feel like I've done the worst job with this team in 31 years as a head coach." But let's recognize the merit of Michigan They became more difficult, they made more difficult games. "

When asked if North Carolina was having trouble integrating some of the new students into his lineup, Williams presented his most brutal evaluation of the evening: "Guys, I've been coaching for 31 years. moment, my coach is nil. "

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