Meet all three in St. Louis for NCAA tournament

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ST. LOUIS — The road to the Final Four for all three Kansas teams will begin in St. Louis.

PRINT: 2014 NCAA Tournament bracket

Wichita State (34-0) is the No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region. The Shockers will get the winner of a play-in game between Cal Poly (13-19) vs. Texas Southern (19-14) Friday at the Scottrade Center. If the Shockers win Friday, they will run into either K-State or Kentucky.

The Wildcats (20-12) are the No. 9 in the Midwest. They open against No. 8 Kentucky (24-10) on Friday.

The Kansas Jayhawks (24-9) are also on their way to St. Louis as the No.2 seed in the South Region. KU opens against No. 15 Eastern Kentucky (24-9) Friday. The Jayhawks’ third round match-up would be against either No. 7 New Mexico (27-6) or No. 10 Stanford (21-12). KU beat New Mexico 80-63 in December at Sprint Center.

The Missouri Tigers were left out of the NCAA Tournament. They are expected to accept a spot in the NIT.

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