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Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

So much for home advantage too. Kansas in Kansas City for Big 12 or NCAA was no lock.

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Fitting that the first Final Four in the West since 1995 --- in Seattle which was won by a team from the West (UCLA) -- now has two teams from the West in Gonzaga and Oregon. This should be very entertaining.

Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Will definitely be stories about Dylan Ennis missing out on Villanova's run to Final Four. Getting to go now. Delayed gratification.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 3 seed Oregon pulls off the stunner with a 74-60 win over No. 1 seed Kansas in the Midwest Regional to advance to its first Final Four since winning the first ever tournament in 1939.

Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

What a day for Oregon basketball: men upset Kansas to advance to Final Four, women upset Maryland to get to Elite Eight.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon has hurt itself by taking the air out of the ball offensively. Seems the Ducks started playing to protect their lead way too early and lost some of their aggressiveness.

Chad Ford ESPN Senior Writer 

Oregon's Jordan Bell is in the head of every player on KU's roster right now. 7 blocks and altered a dozen more shots. He's really helped his draft stock this tournament. Dominant defender.

Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

Bill Self would really really like to get to Final Four. He's lost 4 of 6 Elite 8 games with Kansas, 3 times as the # 1 seed. He says this round has an aura all its own, and here lately not a pleasant one for KU

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Jordan Bell just set an Oregon record with his fifth blocked shot. He also has 11 rebounds -- Kansas currently has a total of 15.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Gonzaga's 83-59 win over Xavier to reach the Final Four was the Bulldogs' 23rd victory by a margin of 20 points or more. That's the most such wins since 1998-99 Duke, which went 37-2 and lost to UConn in the national championship.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon played a near flawless first half. The Ducks negated Kansas' speed and Jordan Bell's shot blocking presence made the Jayhawks think twice when in the paint.

Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

Largest lead of game for Oregon. Shooting well, defending, making life difficult for Kansas. Numbers tell the story

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

It's tough to get your vaunted transition game going when you're always taking the ball out of the net. Kansas has mostly had to play half-court ball, as Oregon's drained 61 percent of its 2s to go along with seven first-half 3s (four by Tyler Dorsey). Throw in four blocks by Jordan Bell, and this is close to a peak-Duck performance over the first 20 minutes.