The News and Observer meant this more as a comical aside:
...but it skirts around a question I've often wondered about. Doherty did eventually provoke a player revolt with his temper and constant running in practice. But the pace didn't drop under Williams - hell, Williams taught Doherty most of what he learned as a coach - and it's not like Williams hasn't shown a flare of temper himself. And as Williams has said, "You and I both know if Sean May doesn't get hurt, we aren't walking on this street right now," in regards to his hiring.
I just wonder, how much of UNC's resurgence was superior coaching, versus just having a coach with the pedigree to convince the team that this is the way to do things?