In a game that went right down to the wire, the Kansas Jayhawks once again made big plays down the stretch and held on to defeat the Ohio State Buckeyes by a score of 64-62.
Tyshawn Taylor made two clutch free throws late, and Thomas Robinson finished with 19 points and eight rebounds Saturday night to lift the Jayhawks to the come from behind win over Ohio State in the second of Saturday's national semifinal contests. The Jayhawks (32-6) won despite trailing by as many as 13 in this one, and for the entire game only held a lead for a total of 3 minutes, 48 seconds.
William Buford played great in the last game of his collegiate career, scoring 19 points to lead the Buckeyes. Jared Sullinger added 13 points and ten rebounds, but his team fell just a little short.
With the victory Kansas will now face the Kentucky Wildcats in Monday night's title game. The Wildcats defeated Louisville by a score of 69-61 in the early game.
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