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The Jayhawks defeated Miami 76-50.Photo by: Aaron Ladd/KSHB 41 News
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With Sunday's win, KU became the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional champions.Photo by: Aaron Ladd/KSHB 41 News
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Ochai Agbaji celebrates KU's win. He scored 18 on the day.Photo by: Aaron Ladd/KSHB 41 News
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Jayhawks head coach Bill Self helped cut down the net as part of postgame celebrations.Photo by: Aaron Ladd/KSHB 41 News
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KU fans flocked to Massachusetts Street to celebrate the Elite Eight win.Photo by: JuYeon Kim/KSHB 41 News
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The Lawrence Police Department closed Massachusetts Street from 8th to 11th streets for fans to celebrate.Photo by: JuYeon Kim/KSHB 41 News
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Mass Street was a sea of blue and crimson following KU's advancement to the Final Four.Photo by: JuYeon Kim/KSHB 41 News
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Jayhawks fans showed up in full force to celebrate after KU defeated Miami in the Elite Eight.Photo by: JuYeon Kim/KSHB 41 News
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Fans of all ages came to celebrate on Massachusetts Street.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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The sun was shining for postgame celebrations in Lawrence, Kansas.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Known as "Plunger Boy," this fan says he wears this costume to bring joy to fellow Jayhawks.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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After temporarily closing Massachusetts Street, the Lawrence Police Department reopened the area to vehicular traffic just after 5:15 p.m. Sunday.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Fans continued to celebrate on sidewalks as the police reopened Mass Street to vehicles.Photo by: Leslie DelasBour/KSHB 41 News
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Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas, prepped for a Final Four celebration rally.Photo by: McKenzie Nelson/KSHB 41 News