Today's Kansas-Kentucky meeting could provide an intriguing game-within-the-game between big men Sasha Kaun, defending against Niagara's Lorenzo Miles, and UK's Randolph Morris. The last time the storied programs met, Kaun's Jayhawks claimed a 73-46 victory, but Morris didn't play in that game.
UK's Randolph Morris receives congratulations from teammates in the Wildcats' victory over Villanova.
Kentucky's Ramel Bradley (3) dishes to a teammate against Villanova's Reggie Redding in the teams' NCAA Tournament opener Friday in Chicago. Bradley was shaken up, but he should be fine for today's second-round matchup with Kansas University.
Kentucky guard Jodie Meeks tears up the court past Villanova forward Shane Clark in their meeting Friday in Chicago.
Kentucky's 67-58 win over Villanova on Friday in Chicago's United Center propelled UK to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, where it'll meet another storied program - Kansas University - at 4 p.m. today.
Kentucky coach Tubby Smith yells at his defense in the second half of Friday night's first-round game against Villanova.
KU coach Bill Self ponders a reporter's question during a news conference Saturday in Chicago.
Kentucky's Tubby Smith, said to be on the hot seat this season, meets the press.
Kansas guard Sherron Collins floats for a bucket over Niagara defenders Charron Fisher and Lorenzo Miles in the Jayhawks' 107-67 rout Friday of the Purple Eagles.