No matter the cards Roy Williams is dealt, the head coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels demands perfection. Anything less results in screaming and animated gestures from the coach's box and likely a mild case of insomnia.
One thing about being a perfectionist is the chase never ends.
Ol' Roy will never have a perfect team. Particularly in college sports, there is always some aspect of a team's game that will ultimately cost a coach a few gray hairs.
As we can plainly see, Coach Williams has had his fair share of frustrations.
The last two years, it was the woeful perimeter defense and shooting. Before that, turnovers and poor chemistry were among the many items on the laundry list of 2009-10.
What will be on Roy's mind in 2012-13?
Only time and a handful of games will begin to tell the true story. As it stands now, there are four key areas of concern for the Hall of Famer.
The Carolina season officially begins on Friday, so this list is subject to change throughout the course of the season.