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Kansas vs. VCU

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The Kansas Jayhawks come together in a huddle prior to tipoff against Virginia Commonwealth on ...

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Kansas fan Sheri Helm, Wichita, takes a photo of the Jayhawks as they warm up ...

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Kansas players Marcus Morris, Tyshawn Taylor and Tyrel Reed watch as Virginia Commonwealth forward Juvonte ...

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VCU's Jamie Skeen (21) squeezes between Kansas defenders Thomas Robinson (0) and Tyrel Reed (14) ...

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Kansas guard Brady Morningstar reaches for a loose ball during the first half against Virginia ...

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The VCU bench celebrates a turnover against Kansas on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the ...

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Kansas head coach Bill Self, left, and Thomas Robinson (0) watch from the bench as ...

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VCU's Jamie Skeen shoots over Kansas forward Marcus Morris (22) during the first half on ...

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Markieff Morris (21) knocks the ball out of bounds and away from VCU guard Joey ...

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Kansas forwards Marcus, left, and Markieff Morris swat Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen's shot during ...

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Kansas guards Tyshawn Taylor, left, and Josh Selby fight for a loose ball with Virginia ...

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Virginia Commonwealth guard Joey Rodriguez pulls a rebound away from Kansas forward Mario Little during ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris pleads to Markieff Morris and Brady Morningstar to get it together ...

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Kansas guard Tyrel Reed attempts a shot under the outstretched arm of Virginia Commonwealth guard ...

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Kansas forward Markieff Morris loses a rebound amidst a group of Virginia Commonwealth defenders during ...

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Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor tries to pull his teammates back on defense against Virginia Commonwealth ...

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Kansas guard Brady Morningstar looks for an outlet pass around Virginia Commonwealth forward Toby Veal ...

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Kansas guard Brady Morningstar defends a three-pointer from Virginia Commonwealth forward Bradford Burgess during the ...

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Kansas head coach pats senior guard Tyrel Reed on the as the Jayhawks leave the ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris hangs his head in the waning moments of the Jayhawks' loss ...

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Virginia Commonwealth forward Toby Veal stuffs Kansas guard Tyrel Reed during the first half on ...

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Kansas head coach Bill Self directs the offense against Virginia Commonwealth during the first half ...

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The Kansas Jayhawks sit in a somber locker room following their 71-61 loss to Virginia ...

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Kansas guard Elijah Johnson wipes tears from his face in the locker room after the ...

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A tear hangs from Markieff Morris's nose in the locker room following the Jayhawks' 71-61 ...

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Kansas head coach Bill Self discusses the Jayhawks' effort outside the locker room following their ...

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Kansas basketball player Thomas Robinson makes his way from the court after the Jayhawks' loss ...

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Kansas guard Josh Selby leans over to hug forward Markieff Morris in the locker room ...

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Kansas guard Tyrel Reed bites his jersey following the Jayhawks' 71-61 loss to Virginia Commonwealth ...

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Kansas players Thomas Robinson, Marcus Morris, Markieff Morris and assistant coach Danny Manning watch from ...

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Kansas guard Tyrel Reed defends Virginia Commonwealth guard Brandon Rozzell's pass during the second half ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris puts up a shot as the Jayhawks scramble for a basket ...

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Kansas head coach Bill Self wipes his face as time dwindles late in the game ...

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Kansas head coach Bill Self walks the sideline during the second half of KU's loss ...

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Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen dunks on Kansas forward Marcus Morris during the second half ...

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The Kansas Jayhawks watch in the waning moments of their 71-61 loss to Virginia Commonwealth ...

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Kansas guard Brady Morningstar pulls up for a three-pointer over Virginia Commonwealth guard Brandon Rozzell ...

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Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen takes a rebound from Kansas forward Marcus Morris (22) and ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris shows his frustration during a timeout in the second half against ...

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Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor defends a drive by Virginia Commonwealth guard Darius Theus during the ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris and Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen (right) scramble for a loose ...

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Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor puts a shot over Virginia Commonwealth defenders Juvonte Reddic (5) and ...

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Kansas forward Marcus Morris reaches to defend Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen's shot during the ...

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Kansas forward Markieff Morris pulls a rebound from Virginia Commonwealth guard Bradford Burgess during the ...

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Kansas forward Markieff Morris protests a blocking foul as Virginia Commonwealth forward Jamie Skeen offers ...

Comments

Larry Ewart 3 years, 7 months ago

Morris twins totally off their game. Not sure what happened there. Tyrel Reed played like a high school player. Everybody was waiting for someone else to turn the tide. Puckered is the only way I can put. When we play teams that have something to prove they come up big and we do not know how to shut them down.

redlegger 3 years, 7 months ago

I feel for the Seniors - Mario, Tyrel, and Brady - this is a hard way to end it.

No need to point fingers, just pick up the pieces and get ready for another great year next year!

Love this Team!

FOE

mispay4ku 3 years, 7 months ago

+1 :) PROUD to be a Jayhawk, forever.

HedyK 3 years, 7 months ago

Was hoping to go all the way, and sorry it had to end like this. BUT, I want to thank the team for an awesome season. They gave us some thrills along with some heart stoppers. Thanks guys, looking forward to next season.

phogfanatic75 3 years, 7 months ago

All in all a great year..Yeah the lose is disappointing but with lets not forget where we were projected at the begining of the year. 3RD in the BIG 12 (won it out right), then winning the BIG 12 tourney and then to the ELITE 8. I know plenty of teams that would love that resume for their 10/11 season. With an elite programs (which we are) expectations are always (and should be) high. Those fans who are looking at this a failure KILL ME. ROCK CHALK JAYHAWK from a Southern Cali fan.

jmoore 3 years, 7 months ago

Yes, the loss was a disappointment, and yes, it was sad, but this whole team has given Jayhawk fans a thrilling - and very inspirational - season. It was so touching to see how the entire team came together as brothers after TRob and Jayla's tragic loss earlier in the season. If anything, the team will be defined by THAT! It will NOT be defined by this one loss. Yes, it would have been fantastic to go to the Final Four and it is heartbreaking to see "our boys" so sad, but they can look back on the season with pride and hold their heads up high. They have thousands of fans who will always remember - and love - them! ROCK CHALK, JAYHAWKS!! FOE

true_red_blue 3 years, 6 months ago

The loss to VCU was - 1 loss in a 35 & 3 season - yes disappointing we wanted it all! but remember. We are NOW and ALWAYS will be THE JAYHAWK NATION !!! Great season men thanks for the ride, hold your heads up high !!!!!

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