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Kansas Jayhawks come back to defeat North Carolina in national championship

Kansas made the biggest comeback in national league history on Saturday night, taking a big play from David McCormack, crucial shots from Remy Martin and surviving on a three-pointer from North Carolina’s Caleb Love who lost everything to the buzer. for the victory with 72-69. The overcrowded Jayhawks left the Tar Heels behind 40-25 at halftime before the rally to win their fourth national title and second for coach Bill Self, on the same floor where they lost to Kentucky in the title game. decade ago. David McCormack’s attacking rebound and close-up gave the Jahox a 70-69 lead with 1:16 remaining. And after Armando Bacott turned the ball over to the other end, his stump from the semifinals was finally gone, McCormack added another basket with 22.3 seconds left to give Kansas a breath of fresh air. Caleb Love and Puff Johnson missed both shots for Tuck Hells that would have leveled the game, but the Jayhawks gave North Carolina another chance when Dajuan Harris went out of bounds with 4.3 seconds. . He overshadowed that of Kentucky, who rallied from 10 to beat Utah in the 1998 title game.

Kansas made the biggest comeback in national league history on Saturday night, taking a big play from David McCormack, crucial shots from Remy Martin and surviving on a three-pointer from North Carolina’s Caleb Love who lost everything to the buzer. for the victory with 72-69. at the Superdome.

The overcrowded Jayhawks left Tar Heels behind 40-25 at halftime before winning their fourth national title and second for coach Bill Self, on the same floor where they lost to Kentucky in the title game a decade ago.

David McCormack’s offensive rebound and back gave the Jahox a 70-69 lead with 1:16 remaining. And after Armando Bacot turned the ball over to the other end, his stump from the semifinals was finally gone, McCormack added another basket with 22.3 seconds left to give Kansas a breath of fresh air.

Caleb Love and Puff Johnson missed both shots for the Tar Heels to tie the game, but the Jayhawks gave North Carolina another chance when Dajuan Harris went out of bounds with 4.3 seconds left.

Love’s well-kept shot on the buzzer was too short and the Jayhawks came out on the field to celebrate their dramatic return. He overshadowed that of Kentucky, who rallied from 10 to beat Utah in the 1998 title game.

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