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How to Watch Kansas vs Duke

Everything you need to know to catch your Jayhawks in the NCAA Tournament Elite 8.

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Top seed Kansas continues its quest for its fourth NCAA title as the Jayhawks take on Duke in the Elite 8.

Kansas won the Big 12 Regular Season and Tournament titles on its way to earning the top seed in the Midwest Region. The Jayhawks finished the regular season at #4 in the AP Poll.

Duke finished second in the ACC, four games behind Virginia and two games ahead of a four-way tie for third. The Blue Devils fell in the semifinals of the conference tournament to North Carolina. Their body of work was good enough for them to earn at at-large berth, and they were awarded the 2-seed in the Midwest Region. Duke finished the season ranked #9 in the AP Poll.

Duke leads the all-time series with Kansas 7-4, although the Jayhawks have won three of the last four matchups.

Here are the essentials:

The Numbers

#1 Kansas: 30-7, 13-5

vs #2 Duke: 29-9, 11-7

Line: Duke -3

How to Watch

Sunday, Mar 25, 4:05 p.m. CST

Omaha, NE: CenturyLink Center (17,535)

TV: CBS

- Jim Nantz (Play-by-Play), Grant Hill (Analyst), Bill Raftery (Analyst), Tracy Wolfson (Reporter)

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), Greg Gurley (Analyst)

- SiriusXM: 84

Free Online Streaming: NCAA.com or the NCAA March Madness Live app

Paid Online Streaming: Hulu, CBS All Access, Fubo