WICHITA, Kan. — The 76-60 NCAA tournament loss had just happened a few moments ago, and Penn’s players were trying to put things all in perspective. The Quakers, picked fourth in the preseason Ivy League poll, shared the regular season title with Harvard and beat the Crimson, 68-65 in the league championship to earn the berth. Penn’s players were disappointed to lose, of course, even though the Jayhawks are seeded No. 1 in the Midwest Region for a reason.
WICHITA, Kan. – It was all going so well early for Penn. The Quakers were controlling the tempo, making three-pointers and, most of all, silencing the mostly partisan Kansas crowd. Then the shots stopped falling and Devonte’ Graham started playing up to his Big 12 player-of-the-year form. With Graham totaling 29 points, six rebounds and six assists, top-seeded Kansas defeated No. 16 Penn, 76-60, Thursday in an opening-round NCAA Midwest Regional game at Intrust Bank Arena.
WICHITA, Kan. – Darnell Foreman had just played his final game for Penn, but the senior point guard was still leading. Foreman had 10 points, six rebounds, and five assists in 35 exhausting minutes during a 76-60 NCAA tournament loss to top-seeded Kansas on Thursday at Intrust Bank Arena. If anybody has a perspective on Penn basketball, it is Foreman. When he was a freshman, the Quakers were 9-19 in coach Jerome Allen’s final season.
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Selecting a term
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