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The lively KU student section in New Orleans celebrated exuberantly as the Jayhawks defeated Villanova.Photo by: Jordan Betts/KSHB 41 News
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Students, community members and fans alike filled Allen Fieldhouse's stands for the Final Four watch party.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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University of Kansas band members kept the tunes flowing to hype up fans in the Allen Fieldhouse stands.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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The Allen Fieldhouse Final Four watch party ended with fans storming the court after KU punched its ticket to the title game.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Fans watching the Final Four in Allen Fieldhouse stormed the court once it was official the Jayhawks would be appearing in the national championship.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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KU students packed the Allen Fieldhouse court as postgame celebrations began.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Spirits were high as KU fans sprinted to the Allen Fieldhouse court to celebrate the Jayhawks' 81-65 win over Villanova.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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In following postseason winning tradition, fans rushed Massachusetts Street.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Mass Street in Lawrence, Kansas, was flooded with fans celebrating KU's advancement to the NCAA Championship.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Crimson and blue filled Mass Street as fans flocked to the area to celebrate KU's Final Four win.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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So many fans came to celebrate on Mass Street in Lawrence, Kansas, it appeared almost everyone was shoulder to shoulder around 8 p.m.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News