The issue of P.J. Hairston's arrest was acknowledged on Monday for the first time publicly by North Carolina coach Roy Williams.
USA Today spoke briefly with Williams, who isn't rushing to judgment on what to do with Hairston in regard to punishment with the basketball team. Williams said he has "some ideas" of what might happen, but until Hairston's case is settled through the justice system, he's sitting tight and waiting it out.
"We are doing one thing: We are waiting until all the information comes out," Williams told USA TODAY Sports on Monday. "The good thing is, I don't have to make a decision right now because we're in summer school, fall semester has not started, basketball has not started. We're going to wait and see what happens. I've got some ideas, but right now those ideas are staying in my mind. ... I am waiting until all the facts come in and then I will take care of everything that needs to be taken care of."