Nothing personal, Roy.
Tyshawn Taylor started of his slump inside a large way Sunday, scoring 22 points and leading Kansas to the ultimate Four by having an 80-67 victory over former coach Roy Williams and top-seeded New
The 2nd-seeded Jayhawks (31-6) will have Ohio Condition on Saturday within their first Final Four appearance since winning the 2008 national title.
"It's awesome," center Shaun Withey stated. "There is no better feeling than this at this time.
And how's this for symmetry? Kansas started the 2010 tournament in Omaha, Neb., the same location as 4 years ago.
As the overall game ended, Taylor - much maligned for his shooting struggles throughout the very first three games from the NCAA tournament - went to Kansas fans and elevated both of your arms in
mid-air. Travis Releford thrown his sweatbands in to the crowd.
"This is exactly what you arrived at Kansas for," Taylor stated. "It's liberating, but it is only one step."