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Men's Basketball 2015-16 coverage

Villanova defeats Kansas, 64-59

  • 7:50 p.m., March 26, 2016
  • KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY
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Prep bigs Maker and Ayton to play for World Team

Two of the top big men in the country, senior Thon Maker and junior DeAndre Ayton, who both are considering attending Kansas, will play for the World Team in the Nike Hoop Summit, set for April 9 in Portland, Ore.

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Bill Self: Elite Eight loss 'hard for everybody'

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self, as well as his players, hoped Louisville wouldn’t be their last stop of the 2015-16 season. By Gary Bedore

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Devonté Graham addresses controversial fifth foul

Kansas sophomore guard Devonté Graham was called for his fifth foul with 0:45 left of what turned out to be a 64-59 loss to Villanova in the Elite Eight, Saturday night at KFC Yum! Center. Graham appeared to get hit as he lost the basketball near mid-court on the play. He was called for a foul while diving for the ball and hit the leg of a ’Nova player. By Gary Bedore

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Seniors likely not only players KU will lose

Seniors Perry Ellis, Jamari Traylor, Hunter Mickelson and Evan Manning have completed their basketball careers at Kansas University. Some additional players could also be moving on, the futures of some non-seniors to be decided in coming weeks. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Brutal first-half stretch doomed KU

Sure, there were chances at the end, a five-point, second-half lead, even. But the reality is Villanova won Saturday night’s Elite Eight game in the KFC Yum! Center by making Kansas University lose it, 64-59, with as bad a seven-minute stretch of basketball as it had played in months. By Tom Keegan

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Villanova game-planned to stop Perry Ellis

Although it looked at the time like No. 2 seed Villanova was on the verge of melting down, Wildcats coach Jay Wright said an early timeout his team took after a hot second-half start by Kansas might have been the best thing that could’ve happened. By Matt Tait

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After season-ending loss, Self, Ellis and Traylor describe what went wrong vs. Villanova

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self, as well as KU seniors Perry Ellis and Jamari Traylor, describe the issues that came up for the Jayhawks in a 64-59 loss to Villanova in the Elite Eight. The loss, one game shy of ...

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