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  • 68 Seconds of Dadgum Roy

    "Dadgum" or "daggum"? No matter how you spell it, UNC coach Roy Williams possesses his own lexicon and perhaps should come with his own glossary. Call it Roynacular, Williams’ use of expressions and words like "dadgum," “Jimminy Christmas,” “blankety-blank” and "frickin".

"Dadgum" or "daggum"? No matter how you spell it, UNC coach Roy Williams possesses his own lexicon and perhaps should come with his own glossary. Call it Roynacular, Williams’ use of expressions and words like "dadgum," “Jimminy Christmas,” “blankety-blank” and "frickin". Editing by Jill Knight and Scott Sharpe newsobserver.com
"Dadgum" or "daggum"? No matter how you spell it, UNC coach Roy Williams possesses his own lexicon and perhaps should come with his own glossary. Call it Roynacular, Williams’ use of expressions and words like "dadgum," “Jimminy Christmas,” “blankety-blank” and "frickin". Editing by Jill Knight and Scott Sharpe newsobserver.com

UNC basketball coach Roy Williams prefers ‘dadgum’ to profanity

March 30, 2016 5:34 PM