Kentucky, Kansas In NCAA Men's Final

By Dean Pantazi

Kentucky, Kansas In NCAA Men's Final

April 1, 2012 Updated Apr 1, 2012 at 12:30 AM EDT

NEW ORLEANS (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Kentucky and Kansas emerged from the NCAA men's Final Four Saturday night as the teams who will play for the national championship Monday night.

National player of the year Anthony Davis had 18 points and 14 rebounds to pace Kentucky's 69-61 win over Louisville, in which the Wildcats blew a double digit lead before pulling away for the win.

Kansas rallied from a 13 point first half deficit to edge Ohio State 64-62, led by the 19 points and eight rebounds of Thomas Robinson.

Ohio State got nine points from Bishop Luers grad Deshaun Thomas, all of them in the first half.

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