Roy Williams retires as a college basketball coach with 903 wins, in tribute to his mentor, Dean Smith, April 1, 2021 news
Notice that Roy Williams, who studied under Dean Smith, has retired with 903 wins.
Dean Smith = 93 (He won the championship with UNC in ’93)
Of course he began with Kansas, the school connected to 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Freemason James Naismith, and now he is retiring after 33 seasons.
Also notice his career began in ’88, and he finished with the Tar Heels. Tar Heels = 88
Keep in mind his last full day on the job was March 31, or 3/31, like 331.
North Carolina Tar Heels = 331
331, 67th prime *North Carolina = 67
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Roy Williams = 156, 141
Thirty Three = 156, 141
April Fools = 57. Roy Williams = 57.
“Roy Williams” = 93 (LCH Kabbalah)
He finished his 18th and last season at Carolina with 18-wins.
Roy’s Heels first victory over Duke this season was their 18th game overall.
Carolina beat Duke by 18-points in the second meeting, as three of their players finished with 18-points each.
He retires on 4/1, which is also a tribute to Carolina’s biggest rival, Duke(“Duke” = 41 (English Ordinal)
This came 13-days after his last game(41, the 13th prime)
His first year back as head coach of Carolina was in 2003(23), and he lost his final game by 23-points(all M.J.)
33-year head coaching career, and hie finished 3-3 in National Championships. *News of his retirement came a span of 33-days from what would have been Dean Smith’s 90th birthday(“Ninety” = 33 (Full Reduction)
News of his retirement also comes a span of 8-months and 1-day from his 8/1 birthday.
“University of North Carolina” = 331 (English Ordinal)
Roy Williams’s ‘April Fool’s Day’ retirement came a span of 244-days from his last birthday.
“April Fool’s” = 244 (Franc Baconis)
“Roy Retires April First, Twenty Twenty One” = 201 (Reverse Full Reduction)