North Carolina's basketball team -- which plays Rutgers at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night -- had planned to reconvene in New York City for practice tonight.
But because of the snowy weather, the team is going to practice in Chapel Hill tonight and hopefully travel to New York on Monday, spokesman Steve Kirschner said in an e-mail.
Eight of the players were in Chapel Hill as of 11 a.m. this morning, and the team was working to re-route the rest of the players who were still out of town. The Tar Heels have been off since Tuesday night.
-- Robbi Pickeral
UNC’s Roy Williams topped the league with an average score of 992.8 (out of 1000) over the past six years, followed by N.C. State’s Sidney Lowe (990.8), and Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski (983.2).
The NCAA has released APR scores by team for the past six years, but unlike those team scores schools won't be penalized if their coaches' number falls below 925.
For scoring purposes, an athlete receives one point per semester for remaining academically eligible and another point each semester for staying at that school or graduating.
Here are the averages, as calculated by the Journal-Constitution, for the ACC’s current basketball coaches since 2003-04. (Note that the tallies for some coaches also include numbers from their previous schools.)
Roy Williams, North Carolina 992.8
Sidney Lowe, N.C. State 990.8
Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 983.2
Steve Donahoe, Boston College 981.3
Brad Brownell, Clemson 976.7
Frank Haith, Miami 956.8
Tony Bennett, Virginia 954.3
Seth Greenberg, Va. Tech 950.2
Leonard Hamilton, Florida State 943.3
Jeff Bzdelik, Wake Forest 941.7
Paul Hewitt, Georgia Tech 926.8
Gary Williams, Maryland 923