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Creighton Over Oklahoma – The First Real Ranked Upset of the Season

Posted on 20 Nov, 2014, by in NBA

The Bluejays aren’t getting the love they did in the polls last season, but beating them at home is still incredibly difficult. Creighton pulled off the first big upset over a ranked team this season by beating Oklahoma (number 18) 65-63 in the loud and very difficult to play in CenturyLink Center. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls Hoping to Draft Nik Stauskas or Doug McDermott

Posted on 26 Jun, 2014, by in NBA

Whatever happens for the Chicago Bulls in free agency, they want a shooter in this draft. However, the two players they want – Doug McDermott coming out of Creighton and Nik Stauskas of Michigan will probably be taken before they get a chance to use their 16th and 19th overall selections. More

Creighton Over Villanova – Best in the Big East, For Now

Posted on 17 Feb, 2014, by in NBA

The Big East is no longer the Power House conference it used to be but there’s still plenty of talent and quality in it, which this season is mostly concentrated between Creighton and Villanova. For the second time this season the Bluejays and especially Doug McDermott proved it’s not really a fair fight between these two either. More

Conference Realignment – The New Big East

Posted on 21 Mar, 2013, by in NBA, NFL

College Football tore the old Big East apart, with the conference to be wiped away from the slate, renamed into something else, possibly the America 12. In basketball, we’ll have a Big East, a new Big East; a combination of the Catholic 7 (Georgetown, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Villanova, Marquette and DePaul), and three new schools joining the conference; Butler, Xavier and Creighton, making it quite the mid-major powerhouse. More

2013 NCAA Tournament – Automatic Qualifiers so Far

Posted on 12 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

While it’s hard to imagine certain teams, like Indiana and Duke, not making it in to the NCAA Tournament even if they fail miserably in their conference tournament, for others, from the smaller conferences, winning their conference tournament might be the only way to make it into the big dance. More