NCAA Bracket 2012: 5 Reasons Kansas Is Destined for a Championship

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NCAA Bracket 2012: 5 Reasons Kansas Is Destined for a Championship
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The Kansas Jayhawks (27-6) enter the NCAA tournament as a two seed and coming off a loss to Baylor in the Big 12 semifinals. Coming into the season many people did not have Kansas as a serious title contender, but despite the losses of several key players from last season, they have put together a stellar year and have solidified themselves as one of the elite teams in the nation.

The potent combination of Big 12 Player of the Year Thomas Robinson, Tyshawn Taylor, Travis Releford and Jeff Withey along with a solid bench make Kansas a worthy opponent for any of the upper-echelon schools in the tournament and a team I believe will stand victorious when all is said and done.

Without further ado, let's look at why the University of Kansas could very well be hanging another banner at Allen Fieldhouse this April...

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