In 1986, Williams took over at Ohio State of the Big Ten Conference.Under Williams, the Buckeyes advanced to one NCAA tournament appearance and two NIT appearances in three seasons.

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He served as the head coach at the University of Maryland, Ohio State University, Boston College, and American University.

In 2002, he led Maryland to win the NCAA Tournament Championship.

Williams retired after the 2010–11 season, and is now a college basketball analyst for the Big Ten Network.

Williams played for Maryland as the starting point guard under coach Bud Millikan.

He was a member of the 1966 Charlotte Invitational Tournament championship team and the 1965 Sugar Bowl Tournament championship team. Prior to entering the college ranks, Williams was a successful high school basketball coach at Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, New Jersey.

He set a Maryland record for field goal percentage, going 8-for-8 from the field in an ACC game against South Carolina in 1966. He won a NJSIAA State championship as head varsity coach at Wilson High. Tom Davis, Williams left to become an assistant basketball coach at Lafayette College in 1972 and continued at Boston College in 1977 until he became a head coach.

(35 years later a Williams pupil, Lonny Baxter, would break that record, hitting all ten of his field goal attempts.) Williams was the Maryland team captain in 1967. He was also the head soccer coach at Lafayette College during his assistant coaching job.

Williams held three head coaching positions prior to Maryland.

In 1978, Williams obtained his first head coaching position at American University.

He led American to relative success, coaching them to several NIT berths.

In 1982, Williams returned to Boston College, leading the Eagles to two NCAA tournament appearances, and one NIT appearance in his four-year tenure.