On Saturday night, the Oregon Ducks became the second team to advance to the 2017 NCAA Tournament's Final Four. The Ducks scored an upset against the Kansas Jayhawks, although Oregon and their fans believe they were the favorites all along. A 74-60 victory helped the team advance to the Final Four for the first time since 1939 and one game closer to a championship. Here's a look at how the Oregon Ducks took down the Kansas Jayhawks in Kansas City on Saturday evening.

Second No. 1 seed to fall

The Villanova Wildcats already made an early exit from the NCAA Tournament, and now Kansas joins them.

The team considered on many brackets as this year's National Champions are now going to watch the remainder of the Big Dance from the sidelines. Despite crushing their first three opponents in the tournament, Kansas couldn't get it going against this Oregon team. Freshman Josh Jackson got into early foul trouble which disrupted their rhythm. Frank Mason III finished with 20 points on 8-for-20 shooting to lead the team, while Jackson and Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk each had 10 points. Jackson also hauled down 12 rebounds and dished out five assists in what is probably his last college game.

Ducks' top performers

Oregon's Jordan Bell was outstanding in terms of his effort for tonight's game. Bell finished with a near triple-double as he recorded 11 points, 13 rebounds, and eight blocks.

Most impressive for Bell's performance was his offensive rebounding as he snatched a total of seven offensive rebounds to help his team get multiple scoring opportunities. Guard Tyler Dorsey led the Oregon scoring charge with a game-high 27-points to go with five rebounds. His teammate Dillon Brooks also came to play, shooting 7-for-18 including 3-for-8 from three-point range to finish with 17 points.

Next Saturday on CBS the Oregon Ducks will play the winner of Sunday's North Carolina vs. Kentucky game for a spot in the National Champions game. On the other side, No. 1 seed Gonzaga await the winner of Sunday's Florida vs. South Carolina game.