Kansas’ men’s basketball team opened its 49th NCAA Tournament the way it has started a vast majority of postseasons throughout history — with a victory, albeit a narrow one. The Jayhawks, the No. 3 seed in the West Regional, won their 35th round of 64 game in their last 37 tries by rallying from a 10-point second-half deficit to trip No. 14 seed Eastern Washington, 93-84, on Saturday at Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis. Junior power forward David McCormack returned from more than a week-long stay in Lawrence because of COVID-19 protocols to score 22 points and grab nine rebounds in 25 minutes….