After a roller coaster season with many lessons learned this year, the Kansas Jayhawks have come together and will play on college basketball's biggest stage outside of the championship.
The Jayhawks will face the Ohio State Buckeyes tonight in the Final Four as the two teams meet in a rematch after Kansas won on December 10, 78-67.
Kansas fans have already been reminded that Ohio State was a different team on that day as they were without Jared Sullinger. Sullinger was sidelined against Kansas due to back spasms.
But the Jayhawks are also a different team than they were when playing against those Buckeyes. Kansas was not expected to make it this far during March Madness after losing to Baylor in Big 12 tournament.
Kansas is now in position to win it all, but they must get through Ohio State first.
What must Kansas do in tonight's game in order to advance and earn the opportunity to play one more game?