CBSSports.com recently surveyed nearly 100 college coaches, getting their thoughts on some of college basketball’s current issues. One question asked was, “Who is the most overrated coach in the country?”

The coaches spoke—anonymously, of course—and North Carolina’s Roy Williams took home the crown, receiving 23 percent of the vote, followed by Texas’ Rick Barnes, who received 17 percent of the vote.

Here is the complete breakdown of the poll, followed by some quotes, all courtesy of CBSSports.com:

1. Roy Williams (North Carolina): 23 percent

2. Rick Barnes (Texas): 17 percent

3. Scott Drew (Baylor): 11 percent

4. Steve Lavin (St. John’s): 9 percent

5. Jay Wright (Villanova): 6 percent

6. Ben Howland (UCLA): 6 percent

7. Jim Boeheim (Syracuse): 4 percent

8. Tommy Amaker (Harvard): 4 percent

On Roy Williams: “He’s won at Kansas and UNC. But who couldn’t do that … besides Matt Doherty?”

On Rick Barnes: “There’s just no bang for the buck, is there? All that talent, so much in there every year — and nothing to show for it.”

On Scott Drew: “If Bill Self had his talent the past three years, they’re winning the national championship at least once.”

On Jay Wright: “I’ll tell you this about Villanova and Jay Wright. In all our prep over the years, he’s the only coach we never prepared a scouting report for.”

On Ben Howland: “Just watch what they do next year. They’re gonna win because they’ve got all that talent. But when has he won without it?”

On Tommy Amaker: “He had his shot against the big boys [at Michigan] and couldn’t get anything done. And now he’s a good coach? Because he won the Ivy League with way better players than everybody else? Come on.”