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UMD Basketball Coach Gary Williams To Retire

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Williams coaching career has spanned 33 years and more than 600 wins including a national championship. He's the winningest coach in Maryland basketball history, and the fifth winningist active coach in the country.

In a statement Williams says simply -- "It's the right time" to retire.

He'll stay at Maryland as assistant athletic director.

Williams will discuss his decision at a press conference tomorrow afternoon at the Comcast Center.

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