UNC plays so many nationally televised games that we all have plenty of opportunities to see Roy Williams whine and complain like an unsettled three year old.
(Add that to the list of coaching qualities we hate: winning, cheating and whining.)
In 2009, Williams cemented his reputation as a baby by asking Dean Dome security to eject a heckler. Keep in mind: the Tar Heels were playing Presbyterian, and the fan shouted at Deon Thompson, "Hey Deon, don't miss it," during a foul shot.
If you're interested—and can handle a little profanity—read this hilarious blog post that conveys widely-held sentiments about the incident.
In addition to his whining tendencies, Williams also knows how to win—he's won two championships at UNC and appeared in seven Final Fours throughout his career.
If that's not enough, he also has an NCAA violation on his resume. He allowed two boosters to provide graduation gifts to Kansas Jayhawks players while he was the coach, and the program was later sanctioned as a result.
That's not a major violation, but it still adds fuel to our hatred.