Kansas Jayhawks Secures Spot In Finals
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ESPN - Entering the Final Four, the Duke-North Carolina matchup in Mike Krzyzewski's final season generated the most buzz. And Villanova undoubtedly earned compassion after Justin Moore's injury impacted Jay Wright's pursuit of his third national title in six years. But nonetheless, Kansas clearly entered the Final Four with arguably the most balanced and efficient team in the field. "In the Elite Eight, we were saying, 'We come to Kansas for big games, but you don't come to Kansas to play the Elite Eight,'" Jayhawks' Christian Braun said. "Then we win the Final Four game, and we're saying, 'We don't come to Kansas to win the Final Four, we came to win the national championship.' Everybody has that mindset. That's why everybody is saying 'one more' and that's before [we walk out of the tunnel]. On the court, that's what everybody is saying. 'One more.' So everybody has the same mindset."
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Sean Farnham speaks with Zubin Mehenti on SportsCenter about 15-seeded Princeton advancing to the Sweet 16 and 1-seeded Kansas being eliminated by Arkansas in Saturday’s action from the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
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