No. 1 seed Kentucky showed why they’re the consensus pick to win the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament as they easily handled No. 3 Baylor, 82-70, on March 25 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga.

Baylor senior forward Quincy Acy led the game with 22 points and eight rebounds while junior guard Pierre Jackson followed with 21 points, but that wasn’t enough to offset the balanced offensive attack from Kentucky.

The Wildcats had six players score at least eight points, including freshman Michael Kidd-Gilchrest, who led the way with 19 points and five rebounds. Fellow freshman forward Anthony Davis added 18 points along with 11 rebounds.

“It’s kind of hard to play us,” Davis told the Associated Press after the game. “We’re very long and very athletic. It makes it tough on the other team.”

Kentucky will face No. 4 Louisville in a Final Four matchup Saturday, March 31 at 6:09 pm.

But Kentucky was the only No. 1 seed to advance March 25, as North Carolina suffered an unexpected loss to No. 2 Kansas, 80-67, at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo.

Kansas senior guard Tyshawn Tyler scored a game-high 22 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals to lead the Jayhawks past the Tar Heels to the Final Four.

Ironically, Kansas had to beat North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, who put together a successful career as the Jayhawks’ head coach. He left to take over the same position for North Carolina in 2003, winning his first National Title in 2005 and a second in 2009.

Williams was never able to get Kansas “over the hump” during his tenure there, but this year they’re showing that they might not need him to get there.

“There’s no way to put into words the way we feel,” Williams told the AP. “There’s no way to put into words the way I feel. … It’s the NCAA tournament. One team wins and one team loses, and that’s what we have to understand.”

Kansas will face No. 2 Ohio State Saturday, March 31 at 8:49 pm.