No. 1 seed Kansas FALLS to eight-seed Arkansas in an upset 72-71… the second top team to fall in 24 hours as the Razorbacks advance to the Sweet 16
The second one-seed in the country fell within a 24-hour period as Kansas was shocked by Arkansas 70-67 on Saturday night.
Four players for the Jayhawks had double-digits, led by Jalen Wilson’s 16 points and four rebounds.
Davonte Davis led the way for the University of Arkansas – grabbing 25 points, seven rebounds, and one assists.
The loss for Kansas continues the NCAA’s drought of back-to-back champions – with the University of Florida Gators the last team to accomplish the feat in 2006 and 2007.
Davonte Davis led the way for the Arkansas Razorbacks with 25 points and seven rebounds
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