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Today's opponent is UNLV. Check out their schedule, roster and stats.

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» Fouls both good, bad for Rebels (By Ryan Wood)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)


Game Updates: Kansas-UNLV

One thing is for certain in the final NCAA Tournament game that will be played in Omaha Saturday - someone's making their second straight trip to the Sweet Sixteen. That's what's on the line for Kansas University and Nevada-Las Vegas in the Qwest Center. The Jayhawks (32-3) tonight take on the Rebels (27-7) with a trip to Detroit, Mich., for next weekend's regional action on the line. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: Day four in Omaha

The Greene Room comes to you live during the fourth and final day in Omaha. Over the course of Saturday afternoon, Kansas State will face Wisconsin, then KU takes on UNLV with a pair of trips to Detroit on the line. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 75, UNLV 56

Tying up loose ends from the Jayhawks' grind-it-out second round win over UNLV, in which KU held the Rebels to 12-of-45 shooting in a foul-ridden game. Offensively, KU was pulled along late by Russell Robinson and Sherron Collins, lifting KU to its second straight Sweet 16 appearance. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Spodcasters: Packing the Dodge for Detroit

Ryan Greene, D.J. Whetter, Ryan Wood and Kevin Romary pack themselves into the back seat of a Dodge Caravan inside the Qwest Center (listen for explanation) to discuss KU's advancing from Omaha to Detroit following Saturday's win over UNLV. The guys talk about the physical and choppy nature of Saturday's tilt and also look at the Jayhawks' potential second weekend foes. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »


The Keegan Ratings: Russell's efficiency grinds it out

Behind an efficient offensive showing from Russell Robinson, who helped control the game along with Sherron Collins in the second half, KU advanced to its second straight Sweet Sixteen. Read more »


KU-UNLV photo gallery

See photos from KU's win over UNLV in the Qwest Center Saturday, propelling KU to a trip to Detroit for the Sweet Sixteen (and possibly Elite Eight). See photos »


KU-UNLV box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's slower-paced win over UNLV. The Jayhawks hit just five three-point field goals - a change of pace from the three previous games - and were paced by a slashing guard set. On the flip side, UNLV connected on just 12 shots, including only four in the second half. See stats »