The Jayhawks will take on the Michigan Wolverines in the Sweet 16.
Kansas City has left itself with fewer options at the top of the draft after a busy offseason. So who will they ultimately choose?
Kansas and Kansas State are the top teams in the NCAA Tournament pairings in Kansas City, which is great news as they look for every advantage when they face their first round opponents.
Kansas City will host second and third round NCAA Tournament games, and local schools Kansas and Kansas State will get the chance to play in front of friendly crowds.
Now that the NCAA Tournament field has been set, it's time for the NIT selection committee to select the 32 teams that will vie for college basketball's ultimate consolation prize.
Experts seem split on which left tackle would be the better pick for Kansas City. Who will the Chiefs ultimately pick in April?
Kansas slots in as a two-seed right now -- how can they improve? And where do bracketologists have Kansas State and Mizzou?