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Kansas coach Bill Self is in the regional finals for the fifth time - at three schools - since 2000 and is a win away from no longer being regarded as the best coach without a Final Four on his resume. Villanova (22-13) had to know the night was doomed when star guard Scottie Reynolds shot an airball and missed another try on the opening possession of the game. The Wildcats simply could not keep up with the Wildcats speed, size and athletic ability at the other end of the court. Kansas slammed four alley-oop passes in the opening 9 minutes and made seven 3-pointers to take a 41-22 lead at halftime. Looking like they were on asphalt in the middle of the summer, Robinson and Rush hooked up on a play that would make the Harlem Globetrotters proud. Robinson drove on the left side of the lane and tossed a pass off the glass to Rush, who slammed home the carom. Rock Chalk, Jayhawk, indeed. Unlike some NCAA tournament games that are decided in the final moments, this was seemed over early. 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"To be No.1, its a great thing," said Nadal through an interpreter at a press conference Wednesday night. "For many years Ive been battling to achieve it and it will be great. But right now I really dont have time to enjoy this, were enjoying the Olympic Games. Its a very different experience." A winner of the last four French Open titles, Nadals epic victory over Roger Federer in the final at Wimbledon this year has him poised to become the new top-ranked player on Aug. 18. He will surpass Federer, breaking his record of 235 consecutive weeks at the top. The past few weeks have produced little rest for Nadal, who will be making his mens singles Olympic debut in Beijing. He just lost in thee semifinals of the Cincinnati Masters tennis event over the weekend before taking the long flight to China. Adrian Peterson Jersey. "I feel fine, everything considered, not great, but fine," said Nadal. "Its been a very heavy calendar, practically no rest days. 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