By DAVE SKRETTA
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Kansas and Villanova waged a memorable 3-point shooting contest at the Final Four, one of them racing out to a big lead in the opening minutes and the other spending the rest of the night trying in vain to catch up.
Probably sounds a little familiar.
But in a rematch of a rout by the Wildcats four years ago in San Antonio, it was the Jayhawks joyously walking off the court at the final buzzer Saturday night. David McCormack muscled his way for 25 points, Ochai Agbaji was nearly perfect from the field and finished with 21, and the lone No. 1 seed to reach the national semifinals rolled to an 81-65 victory.
“This is what we were planning to do that season,” said Agbaji, who was 6 of 7 from beyond the arc in Saturday night’s shootout….
The Associated Press
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