KU Sports Extra - The End of the Line
The 2017-18 Kansas basketball season ended in stunning fashion on Saturday night in San Antonio, when top-seeded Villanova set a Final Four record with 18 3-pointers in a 95-79 victory over Kansas.
The win moved Villanova into Monday's national championship game against Michigan and ended KU's season at 31-8.
The Jayhawks capped the season by reaching their first Final Four since 2012 but fell one game shy of playing for a chance to bring another title back home to Lawrence.
More news and notes from Kansas vs. Villanova
- Final Stop: Jayhawks crushed by 3-pointers in Final Four loss to Villanova
- Tom Keegan: Final Four loss doesn’t take away from Jayhawks’ accomplishments
- Notebook: Azubuike’s mom attends first game; KU players undecided on NBA futures
- Villanova’s defense of 3-point line just as crucial as its shots from behind it in Final Four win
- The Keegan Ratings: Devonte' Graham tops ratings in final game of stellar career
- Disappointed fans in downtown Lawrence: KU simply got ‘outplayed’ but ‘we’ll be back’ next year
- Villanova knocks Kansas out at the Final Four