Gary Williams retired after last season as the winningest coach in the history of Maryland basketball, a 22-year run that included a national title in 2002. The school has named its court at the Comcast Center after Williams, but not without an objection from Lefty Driesell, who coached the Terps from 1969-86 and had…
Maryland's men's basketball coach, Gary Williams, will forever remember this day as the day Gus Johnson ruined his retirement party. Williams coached the Terps for 22 years and won a national title in 2002. Now he's the guy that retired the day Gus got the boot (and other things, though). [ESPN, Maryland Athletics]
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Apropos of absolutely nothing, here's a rather silly photo of Maryland head basketball coach Gary Williams. Careful with those wings, Coach.