PHILADELPHIA -- Roy Williams will take his postgame injuries as long as he and the North Carolina Tar Heels are headed to the Final Four.
The Hall of Fame coach bit his tongue and cut a finger during the net-cutting ceremonies after the Tar Heels beat Notre Dame 88-74 on Sunday night, leaving them as the only No. 1 seed in the Final Four.
"I was screaming. I started to take a step back and I felt like the ladder moved and I grabbed. When I grabbed I grabbed the end of the scissors and it started bleeding," he said.
That's OK since his team will head to Houston.
"Never in my life have I wanted something for someone else as I wanted to get these guys to Houston," he said.
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