Wrapped in Final Four attire, the Alamodome in San Antonio is the site of the Final Four where Kansas will take on North Carolina and Memphis will battle UCLA. Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley have made a wager of barbecue on the winner of the game. The winning governor is set to receive barbecue sent by the governor of the losing state.
A panoramic image shows tourists as they make their way around the site of the Alamo Thursday, April 3, 2008 in downtown San Antonio.
Members of the Kansas University basketball band and cheer squad break into the Rock Chalk Chant for a television crew along the Riverwalk in San Antonio. KU fans spread their Jayhawk cheer Thursday in anticipation of Saturday's Final Four game against North Carolina.
Kansas Basketball band members, Tyler Metzger, Oskaloosa junior, Daniel Hames, Wichita senior, Andrew Fyler, Lawrence junior and Shane Williams, Shawnee Mission senior, recite the Rock Chalk Chant along the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Tx., for television crews and passersby on Thursday, April 3, 2008.
Kansas fan Cameron Walton, 11 from Ft. Worth, Tx., leads Jordan McShan, 11, from Keller, Tx., and Tanner Hilton, 11, from Ft. Worth, Tx., on a tour of the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Tx., on Thursday, April 3, 2008.
The lunch crowd gathers at restaurant tables aligning the Riverwalk as others tour the city on riverboats Thursday, April 3, 2008 in San Antonio.
Event workers roll tables into the Hilton Hotel, which is shrouded in a two-story banner welcoming NCAA basketball fans to San Antonio, Tx., for the Final Four on Thursday, April 3, 2008. The southern Texas city bustled with activity as basketball fans arrived two days before the semifinal games basketball games between Kansas and North Carolina, and Memphis and UCLA.
Boatloads of NCAA basketball fans explore the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Tx., on Thursday, April 3, 2008. Kansas takes on Roy Wiliams' North Carolina Tarheels on Saturday in the semi-final NCAA tournament game.
Tourists surround the Alamo, a key battle site between Mexican and Texas Americans during the Texas Revolution, on Thursday, April 3, 2008.
The Alamo, a key battle site between Mexican and Texas Americans during the Texas Revolution, is the symbolic tourist attraction in downtown San Antonio, Tx. A guard surveyed the perimeter on Thursday, April 3, 2008.