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NEW ORLEANS —Kansas managed to come back time and again this season, seemingly
no deficit too big and no odds too long for a team full of overachievers. The
Jayhawks finally dug a hole too deep Monday night, and ran into a team from
Kentucky with enough firepower to prevent them from digging all the way out.
After whittling an 18-point lead to five in the closing minutes, Kansas finally
succumbed in the national championship game. The Wildcats made enough free
throws down the stretch to preserve a 67-59 victory, bringing the scrappy
Jayhawks dream season to a disappointing close. “They had us on our heels, and
really controlled everything the first 20 minutes,” Kansas coach Bill Self said.
“We got the game we wanted it. It was a muddy track and we had opportunities to
make some plays to cut it to a one-possession game late. “We came up short,”
Self said, “but I dont think we lost. I think they just beat us.” Kansas had
made a habit of waiting until things were dire to kick it into gear. It happened
against Purdue and North Carolina State earlier in the tournament, and against
Ohio State in the national semifinals, when the Jayhawks came back from 13 down
to reach the title game. “Weve been fighting all year. Were hard-working guys.
Just tough and want to fight,” Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor said. “The fight
never stops with us.” It didnt stop until the bitter end Monday night. Kansas
hung tough through the opening minutes, getting the kind of grind-it-out game
that it wanted. But the Wildcats eventually turn it into a track meet, and a
brutally efficient run midway through the first half turned a 23-17 lead into a
39-21 advantage. It was all uphill for the Jayhawks from there. Thomas Robinson
had 18 points and 17 rebounds for Kansas, the All-American doing his best to
spark a rally. But the junior forwards points came largely on volume—he was 6
of 17 from the field, harassed and harangued all game by Kentucky freshman
Anthony Davis. “A lot of times, I tried to go to my left shoulder, but I would
see Anthony over top,” Robinson said. “He definitely impacted the game with the
way he stretched the defence.” Kansas finally got a spark from Taylor, the
senior guard whose streaky shooting has bbeen a sore spot for Kansas throughout
his checkered career. Larry Fitzgerald White Jersey. He knocked
down a 3-pointer to get things going, and added a three-point play moments
later, before two free throws by Robinson trimmed the Kentucky lead to 59-52.
“Theyd been in that situation before,” Davis said. “They just kept fighting.”
Elijah Johnson hit a 3-pointer a moment later, and Robinson made two more foul
shots, and Kentucky coach John Calipari began to look nervous for the first time
all night. “You have to give Kansas credit,” he said. “They didnt stop.” Self
never stopped, either, marching up and down in front of Kansas bench. He
exhorted his team to play defence and convert on offence. At one point, he
reminded his team that there are no “13-point plays,” the same message he
drilled home two nights earlier against Ohio State. The veteran Jayhawks kept
chipping away until Taylor missed a shot with about a minute left. Robinson
squandered an opportunity to make it a one-possession game when he lost a loose
ball along the baseline, and perhaps his teams best chance slipped away with it.
“No one told us we were going to lose except the scoreboard. That was our
mindset,” Johnson said, sniffling in the locker room afterward. “We said, Hey,
if theyre going to beat us, theyre going to remember us. Theyre going to feel
the last of us. And thats what we did.” Kentucky managed to coax the final few
minutes off the clock, making the free throws that Caliparis Memphis team missed
against Kansas in the 2008 title game. As fireworks blasted and streamers rained
from the rafters, Kansas slowly trudged off the elevated floor inside the
Superdome. A team that once rallied from 19 points down to beat Missouri and
that had survived so many nip-and-tuck battles in the NCAA tournament was left
to wonder how things had gone so sour so early when it mattered most. And what
might have been had they kept it close the entire way. “We just came up empty,”
Self said, “but theres no team Ive been around thats been able to take whatever
situation is dealt it and responded favourably, and theres no team Ive been
around thats represented a university and themselves and their families as well
as this one.” ’ ’ ’ 

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