For 40 minutes inside HP Field House, Tennessee was determined to make No. 11 Kansas work for a victory in the semifinals of the Orlando Classic. The Volunteers used a trapping zone defense, kept attacking on offense, and wouldn’t fold as Kansas built a 13-point lead in the opening minutes of the second half. The Jayhawks survived the challenge in a game dominated by runs. Junior forward Perry Ellis led the way with 24 points and 13 rebounds as Kansas vanquished Tennessee 82-67 to earn a berth in Sunday’s championship game on the grounds of ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex.