ATLANTA -- Kentucky didn't have to wait long to return to the Final Four.
By using a transition-fueled first-half run, Kentucky beat Baylor, 82-70, Sunday at the Georgia Dome to advance to the Final Four for the second year in a row. The Wildcats (36-2) will play rival Louisville in one national semifinal.
Efficient Michael Kidd-Gilchrist led Kentucky with 19 points, often finishing breaks as the Wildcats went on a 35-8 run in the first half.
Quincy Acy scored 22 points for Baylor, which got to within 10 points in the second half after it was once down 23 points.
The Bears finish 30-8.