Kansas and Kansas State basketball both get big news on the hardwood.
Kansas entered the Elite Eight averaging 96.0 points per game during the tournament, but that pace was slowed early against the Ducks.
Kansas basketball lost to No. 3 seed and ninth-ranked Oregon, 74-60, in the NCAA Championship Midwest Regional Final.
Kansas University falls to the Oregon, ending the game 74-60.
It’s finally time to award the first spots in the Final Four.
The winner of the game Saturday night will advance to the Final Four in Phoenix.
On Thursday, before the game against Perdue, a pep rally was held in the Power and Light District.
The Jayhawks will play No. 3 seed Oregon on Saturday night for a spot in their first Final Four since 2012.
A crowd packed into the Sprint Center on Wednesday to watch the Jayhawks practice.
The KU Jayhawks will be playing the Purdue Boilermakers tonight in Kansas City in the Sweet 16. The game starts around 8:30 p.m.
Kansas is trying to make back to back Elite Eight. Purdue is standing in its way.
The legal woes have caused a divide among one of the most tightknit fan bases in college sports.
Kansas basketball has been consistent during the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament.
Jayhawks Advance to Sweet 16
The Jayhawks advance to the Sweet 16 to face fourth-seeded Purdue in Kansas City.