Jayhawk fans atop Tellers, Eighth and Massachusetts streets, cheer as a party unfolds below them on Sunday.
Hundreds of people poured onto Massachusetts Street on Sunday after Kansas defeated North Carolina to head to the Final Four in New Orleans next weekend. The Jayhawks beat the Tar Heels, a No. 1 seed, 80-67.
Hundreds of people in Lawrence headed downtown Sunday after the Jayhawks defeated North Carolina to head to the Final Four.
Sam Stepp, KU graduate, carries a "Dancin' in the Big Easy" sign and was one among hundreds who headed downtown Sunday after Jayhawks defeated North Carolina to head to the Final Four.
Wearing a shirt she wore when the Jayhawks defeated North Carolina in 2008, Megan Baker, front, her friend Alicia Green and other KU fans watched the game at Johnny’s Tavern in North Lawrence
Jayhawk fans filled Mass. Street from Seventh to Eleventh streets, and partied long after the sun went down.
Lawrence residents and rabid Jayhawk fans Brandon Bohning, Andy Kroeker, and Brett McClure cheer on the Jayhawks during their Elite Eight game against North Carolina on Sunday at Fatso's, 1016 Mass St. The win propelled the Jayhawks into the Final Four.
Meredith Chapple holds a sign as her father, Todd Chapple, and Becky Gonzales, all of Lawrence, watch a crowd descend upon downtown Lawrence
Showing their Kansas support, residents of downtown hold signs out of their windows as hundreds of people headed downtown on Sunday after the Jayhawks defeated North Carolina to head to the Final Four.