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Game Updates: Kansas-North Carolina

SAN ANTONIO - All the Roy Williams hype, Tyler Hansbrough defense hype, fast-paced game hype, throw it all out the window, because tip time has finally arrived for Kansas University and North Carolina. The two schools tangle tonight in the Alamodome with a trip to Monday's national championship game on the line. The winner will face Memphis, who ousted UCLA 78-63 in the night's first semi. Read more »

The Greene Room Live: Day Three in San Antonio

The Greene Room comes to you live from the Alamodome, where a week of something beyond hype comes to a head with what could be two semifinal games for the ages. Enter The Greene Room »

Sawin' Wood: San Antonio sights and sounds, Saturday Gameday

Sawin' Wood is on location in San Antonio, bringing you the tidbits not fit for print. Read more »

Extra Minutes: Kansas 84, North Carolina 66

Tying up loose ends from Kansas' 18-point win over North Carolina in the national semifinals, advancing KU to play Memphis for the NCAA crown Monday night. The game was won with KU playing at the pace most considered normally reserved for UNC, though the Jayhawks played at what they said was also their pace, and did so with much more efficiency. Read more and hear postgame audio »

Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with the media following his team's 84-66 national semifinal win over North Carolina. The Jayhawks officially put any Roy Williams chatter in the rearview mirror with an energetic, well-balanced attack which saw them lead by as many as 28 points in the first half. The win advanced KU to Monday's title game against Memphis, who earlier in the night knocked off UCLA. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »

Spodcasters: So here we are...

Ryan Greene and Ryan Wood talk about KU's 40-minute attack on North Carolina Saturday night in San Antonio, which propels the Jayhawks into the NCAA title game for the first time since 2003. The guys talk about how the Final Four's two biggest stars looked pretty ordinary, just what were the keys to KU's eye-popping performance and a first look at Monday night's surely exciting finale. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »

The Keegan Ratings: Rush racks top spot

By taking it to the rack for the bulk of his game-high 25 points in a Final Four win over North Carolina, Brandon Rush also grabbed the top spot in The Keegan Ratings. Read more »

KU-North Carolina photo gallery

See photos from KU's national semifinal romp over North Carolina, in which a 25-2 first half run put KU ahead by as many as 28 points before the break, sending the Jayhawk faithful on hand into a frenzy. See photos »

KU-North Carolina box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's win over UNC, advancing the Jayhawks to Monday's title game against Memphis. Kansas got out and burned Carolina repeatedly in transition, aided in large part by a 42-33 rebounding advantage against a cold-shooting group of Tar Heels. See stats »