Kansas' second-half rally dispatches Eastern Washington

10-point lead turns to 12-point deficit in 93-84 Jayhawks’ tournament victory


Last updated 3/26/2021 at 10:48am

INDIANAPOLIS — The ebb and flow, floods and drought found in the game of basketball are arguably unique in the sports world.

And it was one of those things — a 25-7 stretch of the second half by the Kansas Jayhawks — that drown out Eastern Washington’s chances in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Indianapolis, Ind., March 20 at Indiana Farmers Coliseum.

The No. 13 seeded Eagles, who led right from the tip 9-0 and then as late as by 10 points — 52-42 on a Tanner Groves bucket with 17 minutes, 58 seconds to play — fell to No. 4 Kansas 93-84. The stats w...

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