Kansas Basketball Fans Relive 2008 Championship Game By Celebrating CBS Rebroadcast Of The Victory
With the cancellation of this 2020 NCAA Championship on account of this coronavirus outbreak, several fans have been left dealing with all the emptiness of March Madness basketball this past month. And while the 2020 NCAA Tournament might be canceled, CBS declared the re-airing of quite a few classic NCAA Tournament matches to help enthusiasts get their baseball mend.
The 2020 Kansas Jayhawks group was well-positioned to create a run in the national name, but Kansas fans chose to make the most out of the present circumstance and reestablish their 2008 name, celebrating it, as though it only happened.
Former Kansas point guard Mario Chalmers, who knocked down a three-point shot with 2.1 seconds left in regulation to send the match to overtime and finally help Kansas make the national name, took to Twitter to reestablish his magic shot.
Even Kansas head coach Bill Self got in online and live-tweeted his way during the whole game.
The parties of Kansas’ 2008 name did not stop there, together with Jayhawks fans visiting the roads, though firmly social distancing from different automobiles, to discuss their enthusiasm for the championship. Have a listen:
You may watch the complete program of March Madness games being displayed on CBS and accessible streaming on CBS All-Access here.