Fans of the Kansas Jayhawks stormed Allen Fieldhouse after the team’s NCAA national championship victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels.
The Kansas Jayhawks’ fans had to wait 14 years for their team to win a national championship. In 2012, they came close to winning, but lost to the Kentucky Wildcats. However, they are now rejoicing after a difficult game.
On Monday, the Kansas Jayhawks beat the North Carolina Tar Heels 72-69 to win the program’s fourth national title.
The Kansas basketball Twitter account released a photo of fans flooding the court at Allen Fieldhouse as the celebrations began.
After winning the national title, Kansas students are celebrating in the streets of Lawrence.
Not only were Kansas fans ecstatic inside Allen Fieldhouse. They were also having a good time in Lawrence’s streets.
The Jayhawks were down 40-25 at halftime against the Tar Heels, who appeared to be on fire and poised to win their eighth national championship. However, the No. 1 seed from the Midwest Region awoke in the second half, retook the lead, and fought off a North Carolina comeback attempt to win.
David McCormack had a double-double with 15 points (7-for-15 from the field) and 10 rebounds. Remy Martin, a guard who came off the bench, scored 14 points (5-for-9 from the field).
Fans of the Kansas Jayhawks are ecstatic at Allen Fieldhouse and around the world.
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