by Chris Durden and The Associated Press
Kansas advances to the Final Four in San Antonio with a win over Davidson. The final score was 59-57.
The Jayhawks will play North Carolina on Saturday, April 5th. UCLA and Memphis will round out the party at the Alamodome.
This is the first time that all four number one seeds have made it to the Final Four.
After Kansas' Sherron Collins missed with 19 seconds left, the 10th-seeded Wildcats got one last chance. Curry was double-teamed, could not get off a shot and forced to pass to Jason Richards, whose 25-footer from the top of the key thudded off the backboard.
Richards dropped to his back at midcourt while the Jayhawks celebrated with a measure of relief.
The win also rids Bill Self of that dreaded "best coach never to make a Final Four" label. Self had fallen short with three different schools, including last year's edition of the Jayhawks. But this year's bunch had too much talent, depth and experience to be denied.