University of Kansas on its Way to San Antonio: Plenty of Talent in Final Four

Courtney Brame@eventfulbitsContributor IApril 1, 2008

The game between the University of Kansas and Davidson in the Regional finals was definitely one to watch.

With KU winning 59-57, Davidson made a mark in the tournament many fans did not expect. Ranked as a 10 seed, Davidson beat Gonzaga in the first round by seven and advanced to beat Georgetown by four in the second round.

Davidson currently holds the nation's longest winning streak in the NCAA and has one of the sharpest shooters in Stephen Curry, who scored 25 of the team's 57 points.

Too bad Brandon Rush could not make any of his shots this game, but Sasha Kaun made up the difference by leading the team with 13 points.

But at the end of the day the 25 points from Curry couldn’t land Davidson in the Final Four.

There are a lot of skilled players in the Final Four this year. North Carolina’s Tyler Hansbrough has shown a lot of promise throughout the season with 22.8 points per game, KU’s Rush is having a difficult year but producing 13.1 points per game, Memphis’ Chris Douglas-Roberts averages 17.7 points, and UCLA’s Kevin Love has 17.6 points this season.

All four teams are equally matched, but only two will come out and advance to the championship.

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