DES MOINES, Iowa — Kansas' worst fears about the Jayhawks' second-round NCAA tournament matchup with Arkansas came true. As a result, the Jayhawks are no longer around to defend last year's title.
Kansas, the top seed in the West, fell to the Razorbacks 72-71. Arkansas, the region's eighth seed, will move on to the Sweet 16.
Kansas becomes the second No. 1 seed in this year's tournament to fall, following Purdue. Since the NCAA expanded the tournament field in 1985, only three times have multiple No.
1 seeds failed to reach the Sweet 16 before this year: 2000, 2004 and 2018. The Jayhawks were concerned heading into the game about the length, depth and athletic ability of the Razorbacks.Read more on espn.com
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