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College Basketball World Reacts To Kansas' Dominant Performance

A closeup of Bill Self in a Kansas Jayhawks uniform.

SAN ANTONIO, TX - MARCH 30: head coach Bill Self of the Kansas Jayhawks looks on during practice before the 2018 Men's NCAA Final Four at the Alamodome on March 30, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

The Kansas Jayhawks dominated the second half of their Elite 8 matchup against 10th-seeded Miami on their way to a 26-point win to move onto the Final Four.

The 'Hawks outscored the Hurricanes by 32 points in the last frame. The victory lifts Bill Self's squad to their first Final Four appearance since 2008.

College hoops fans reacted to Kansas' second half dominance on social media. "[Kansas] held Miami to 15 second-half points," tweeted Bleacher Report.

"[Kansas] outscored Miami 47-15 in the secondhalf," remarked Carrington Harrison.

"Miami is scoring 0.467 points per possession in the secondhalf," commented one user. "The Kansas defense has locked down again."

"That gear [Kansas] just showed in the secondhalf was … good lord," said Jerry Brewer.

"Kansas in secondhalf," tweeted ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. "41 points, 60.9% shooting, 3-of-6 on 3-pointers, 5 steals, 12 assists and 22 points in the paint." Along with a "Throw the damn towel!" GIF.

"[Kansas] coming out of the locker room to start the secondhalf," said BetMGM.

"Kansas in the first half vs. the secondhalf," joked DraftKings Sportsbook.

Make that Final Four No. 16 for the Kansas Jayhawks.