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31-5, 1st in Big 12

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Kansas made 49 percent of contested field goals in its first three games of the NCAA tournament but went cold against Oregon. The Jayhawks made only 19 percent of contested field goals in their Elite 8 loss.

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Self on Elite Eight woes: 'They all stick with me'

Lamenting his Jayhawks' losing in the Elite Eight for the fifth time since 2004, Kansas coach Bill Self said, "They all stick with me, and they'll stick with the players who've been part of it."

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Mason on Kansas' emotional loss (0:47)

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No. 1 seed Kansas was eliminated from the NCAA tournament Saturday night in the Elite Eight. It's the seventh Bill Self team to enter the Big Dance as a No. 1 seed but fall before reaching the Final Four.

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Kansas head coach Bill Self has reached double digits when it comes to upset losses in the NCAA tournament. The No. 1 seed Jayhawks fell to No. 3 seed Oregon 74-60 on Saturday night.

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Oregon's tempo, defense key in victory (1:29)

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

Like the 1972 Dolphins, the 2008 Final Four remains the only "perfect" bracket in which all the No. 1 seeds advanced. The most we can have now is two -- Gonzaga and perhaps North Carolina.

Tournament Challenge ESPN 

Kansas, just eliminated by Oregon, was picked to win the national title in 11 percent of the 18.7 million brackets.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon beats Kansas 74-60 to advance to Final Four. The ViewFromVegas is the Ducks did it as 6.5-point underdogs and +300 on the money line. Oregon was the 5-1 third choice at the Westgate SuperBook to win the Midwest Regional.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

So much for home advantage too. Kansas in Kansas City for Big 12 or NCAA was no lock.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 3 seed Oregon pulls off the stunner with a 74-60 win over No. 1 seed Kansas in the Midwest Regional to advance to its first Final Four since winning the first ever tournament in 1939.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon has hurt itself by taking the air out of the ball offensively. Seems the Ducks started playing to protect their lead way too early and lost some of their aggressiveness.

Chad Ford ESPN Senior Writer 

Oregon's Jordan Bell is in the head of every player on KU's roster right now. 7 blocks and altered a dozen more shots. He's really helped his draft stock this tournament. Dominant defender.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Jordan Bell just set an Oregon record with his fifth blocked shot. He also has 11 rebounds -- Kansas currently has a total of 15.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon played a near flawless first half. The Ducks negated Kansas' speed and Jordan Bell's shot blocking presence made the Jayhawks think twice when in the paint.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

It's tough to get your vaunted transition game going when you're always taking the ball out of the net. Kansas has mostly had to play half-court ball, as Oregon's drained 61 percent of its 2s to go along with seven first-half 3s (four by Tyler Dorsey). Throw in four blocks by Jordan Bell, and this is close to a peak-Duck performance over the first 20 minutes.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Foul trouble has obviously kept Josh Jackson from being a factor offensively, but Kansas has to figure out a way to get Devonte Graham involved. Remember he's one of only four players in history to make at least four 3-pointers in his first three NCAA tournament games. He's missed his only attempt tonight.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Frank Mason doing Mason like things taking over offensively for the Jayhawks midway through the half. Oregon doing a lot of switching when it's in man-to-man, but may be better off throwing Ennis or Dorsey on him.

Jay Bilas @JayBilas

If there's not a place for KU's Frank Mason, III in the NBA, then I don't know what. Dude is a stud.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Question of the first half becomes how long Kansas coach Bill Self keeps Josh Jackson on the bench with two fouls. As talented as Jackson is, he's still a freshman playing in a high stakes game. We'll find out just how much trust Self has in him based on if he returns.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

That sliver of green and yellow is pretty much it for Oregon fans in the Sprint Center. The rest of the place is decked in the red & blue of Kansas. It's not hyperbole, this will be like a road game for the Ducks.

Team Stats

Points Per Game83.215th
Rebounds Per Game38.7Tied-38th
Assists Per Game16.223rd
Points Allowed71.9170th

Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record100-44
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances45