The Kansas Jayhawks are back home.
After a short trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma, top-seeded Kansas is back to a Jayhawk favorite: the Sprint Center in Kansas City.
KU used a late burst of offensive power to get back ninth-seeded Michigan State 90-70 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The next challenger proves to be an even more interesting test.
The Purdue Boilermakers have quite possibly the best big-man duo in the nation. Sophomore Caleb Swanigan highlights Purdue, being one of four finalists for the Naismith Trophy. Kansas senior guard Frank Mason III also made the cut.
— Pat Strathman (@PatStrathman) March 22, 2017
On the day before the Sweet Sixteen contest, Kansas held an open practice and visited with media members. Below are special interviews with media members, video of a couple KU players and audio from head coach Bill Self. Special coverage of the Hawks is powered by Nex-Tech Wireless.
Kansas plays Purdue on Thursday, March 23 at 8:40. Pregame coverage begins at seven on Real Country 101.7.