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

» Final(ly) Four (By Gary Bedore)

» Kaun inspires hunted (By Tom Keegan)

» Williams, Heels loom (By Gary Bedore)

» Davidson's last gasp goes awry (By Ryan Wood)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)


Game Updates: Kansas-Davidson

DETROIT, Mich. - Some say the Midwest Region opened up in the NCAA Tournament for the top-seeded Kansas Jayhawks. The biggest reason it 'opened up', though? No. 10 Davidson, who is the final team standing in KU's way in its quest to return to the Final Four for the first time since 2003. A win today over the Tournament's favorite underdog would earn the first Final Four berth for KU coach Bill Self, who today coaches in his fifth Elite Eight game. Davidson comes into today's game as hot as anyone, having already taken care of No. 7 Gonzaga, No. 2 Georgetown and, most recently, No. 3 Wisconsin. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: Day Four in Detroit

The Greene Room comes to you live from Detroit for the final time, as Kansas takes on Davidson with a trip to its third Final Four since 2002 on the line ... oh yeah, and it's with that Williams guy waiting in the wings. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 59, Davidson 57

Tying up loose ends from Kansas' 59-57 win over Davidson in Sunday's Elite Eight finale, giving KU its first trip back to the Final Four since 2003 and Bill Self his first trip to the NCAA Tournament's final weekend after getting to the doorstep for the fifth time. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Spodcasters: Gee, what to talk about...

Before getting to the monstrous gorilla in the middle of the hotel room, Ryan Greene, D.J. Whetter, Kevin Romary and Ryan Greene discuss the Tourney grinder that was KU's Elite Eight win over Davidson. Plus, of course, a deeper look ahead to the Jayhawks' first Final Four game since 2003, in which KU faces former coach Roy Williams and quite possibly the NCAA Tournament's overall hottest team. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »


The Keegan Ratings: Chalmers gets last laugh

While Stephen Curry's game-high 25 points got plenty of attention, Mario Chalmers was huge in trading blows with him during a first half stretch and then in defending the Davidson sophomore star Sunday late in the game, landing himself in the Final Four and atop The Ratings. Read more »


KU-Davidson photo gallery

See photos from KU's Regional final win over Davidson Sunday at Ford Field, done so in front of a partisan crowd largely pulling for the national Cinderella. See photos »


KU-Davidson box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's Elite Eight win, highlighted on the Jayhawks' side by 13 points on 6-of-6 shooting and six rebounds by Sasha Kaun off the bench, as the senior proved an equalizer in the paint. See stats »