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

» Mario and the miracle! (By Gary Bedore)

» Kansas' best - ever (By Tom Keegan)

» Arthur comes up big (By Ryan Greene)

» Tigers lament loss (By Ryan Wood)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)


Spodcasters PREGAME: Now you sit and wait

Ryan Greene and Ryan Wood come to you after the final day of build-up of the entire college basketball season, discussing what went down Sunday in the Alamodome as both Memphis and Kansas met with the media. The guys dissect keys to the game, the difference between being brash and reserved heading into the title game and offer up some predictions and things to watch for. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »


Game Updates: Kansas-Memphis

SAN ANTONIO - For the first time since 2003, Kansas University is back at the doorstep of the NCAA Division I men's basketball National Championship. And just like the last time, a young team led by a star freshman stands in the way of the Jayhawks' first title since 1988. The final game of the 2007-08 college basketball season tonight features two No. 1 seeds - KU and Memphis - who will get going at 8:20 p.m. in San Antonio. Memphis enters the game on the heels of a blowout victory against UCLA Saturday night, while KU capped the night of semifinals with an 84-66 triumph over former coach Roy Williams and North Carolina. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: Day Five in San Antonio

Coming to you live from Championship Monday in San Antonio, as KU is on the doorstep of its first NCAA title in 20 years. Enter The Greene Room »


San Antonio sights and sounds, Big(gest) Monday edition

Sawin' Wood looks around festive San Antonio on the day of the NCAA championship game. Read more »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 75, Memphis 68 - OT

Tying up loose ends from Kansas 37th and final win of the 2007-08 season, one which claimed the third NCAA national title in KU history. The game featured KU capitalizing on late Memphis mistakes (mostly from the free throw line) and Mario Chalmers stepping up as the hero, sending the game into an overtime period which the Jayhawks dominated. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with the media for a bit before departing the Alamodome Monday night, getting ready to further celebrate his first national championship with his players. Self talked about the frantic finish to the win over Memphis, where this moment ranks in his life and what is next with plenty of rumors swirling. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »


Spodcasters: The present, the future and reflection

Ryan Greene, Ryan Wood and D.J. Whetter wrap up what will go down as one of the most memorable title games in NCAA history from San Antonio. The guys also take a look at what might come of the rumors swirling around Bill Self in connection with Oklahoma State, who will stay, who will go, what's on the horizon and wrap up the unthinkable year that was. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »


The Keegan Ratings: The legend of Mario

Mario Chalmers became a legend in the history of Kansas basketball Monday night, hitting a game-tying three-pointers with 2.1 seconds to play in the national championship game, propelling KU to its third NCAA national title. He landed atop The Ratings again, and finished in the same spot in the season standings. Read more »


KU-Memphis photo gallery

See photos from KU's title-clinching win over Memphis Monday night in overtime in San Antonio's Alamodome. The raucous atmosphere only added to a thrilling, historic championship game. See photos »


KU-Memphis box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's win over Memphis to clinch the 2008 NCAA crown, the Jayhawks' third in NCAA history. Mario Chalmers' well-rounded line (18 points, four steals, three assists, three reboudns) was highlighted by his game-tying three at the end of regulation, sure to go down in KU lore. See stats »