I asked North Carolina coach Roy Williams if he ever runs into Duke coach Mike Kryzewski along Tobacco Road. "You mean run into him like see him or run into him with my car?" Williams said. "For some reason I had that vision." ... Matt Kenseth won the Daytona 500 at night and would like to see more races after dark. "It always looks faster," Kenseth told me. "You get to see the sparks fly, and the racing seems more exciting." ... Former Giant David Tyree made one of the most famous catches in Super Bowl history, but Plaxico Burress has the football because he pulled down the game-winning TD. "It's the same ball he caught because it was a two-minute drive," Burress said. "Tyree said it should change houses every year." ... Bill Campbell did play-by-play for WCAU radio the night Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in 1962 and is surprised at the fanfare 50 years later. "It wasn't that big a deal [at the time]," Campbell told me. "There's more fuss being made about this anniversary than there was the day after he did it."