There's a reason it's called March Madness. With Wichita State knocked out in the second round by Virginia Commonwealth, and Kansas State stopped short by a top seeded Syracuse, the KU Jayhawks remain the only Kansas team left in the NCAA tournament.
Kansas University squares off against #10 seed Purdue Sunday night around 7:40pm. The game will be broadcast on TNT.Other Sunday match-ups include:
North Carolina State (11) vs. Georgetown (3), CBS 11:15 pm
Saint Louis (9) vs. Michigan State (1), CBS 1:45pm
Creighton (8) vs. North Carolina (1), CBS 6:15 p.m.
Norfolk State (15) vs. Florida (7), TNT 5:10 p.m.
Ohio (13) vs. South Florida (12), TBS 6:10 p.m
Lehigh (15) vs. Xavier (10), TruTV 6:40 p.m
Cincinnati (6) vs. Florida State (3), TBS 8:40 p.m