Kansas faces numerous obstacles

The selection committee named Kansas its overall No. 1 seed, and then set so many hurdles on the track to Indianapolis that Edwin Moses might stumble. KU’s No. 4 seed is the ACC co-champion, Maryland. Its No. 5 seed is the Big Tentri-champion, Michigan State.
Its No. 2 seed features the best player in America, Ohio State point guard Evan Turner. Georgetown isn’t the most consistent of the No. 3 seeds, but it’s the most talented. Kansas is the best team — why give it the most difficult draw of all the No. 1 seeds?