Bob Lutz

March 24, 2011 12:00 AM

Jayhawks try to escape case of double-digit doldrums

The parting of the Red Sea didn't go this well for Moses. While Kansas has been taking care of business in the NCAA Tournament's Southwest Regional, the rest of the field in that region has been thrown into disarray, leaving KU with what looks like a nice walking path to the Final Four.

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