The last time Bradley came to the Qwest Center for Senior Day, sophomore Cavel Witter had a record-setting night during an epic 111-110 double overtime victory. Creighton went on to play Bradley again the following week in the first round of the MVC tournament.
If déjà vu sets in Saturday, you can thank Witter, the Bluejays, and the Braves. Bradley comes to town for Senior Day, where Witter and Justin Carter and Chad Millard might play their last home games in the white and the blue. If CU wins, the Jays will play Bradley again in the quarterfinals of the MVC tournament next Friday.
We know everyone cannot make it to the game, especially if you do not live in the Omaha metro area. At White & Blue Review, we want to make sure you are always aware of the different media at your disposal for keeping track of every Bluejays game, home and away. Here are the options for Saturday’s 2 p.m. tip-off against Bradley.
The game will be broadcast by Omaha’s local CBS station KMTV, otherwise known as Action3 News. Travis Justice and Nick Bahe will have the call.
- If you still have the rabbit ears on your TV, it is available over the air in the metro and surrounding areas.
- For those with cable systems, it is available on Cox channel 5 or 705 (but no HD) in the Omaha metro. In Lincoln and other surrounding Time Warner Cable outlets in Nebraska stretching as far west as York and as far south as Fairbury and Nebraska City, it is available on TWC channel 3.
- On satellite with DirecTV and Dish Network, those with the Omaha DMA will have it on their local CBS channel (KMTV).
- Those with old style satellites can try these coordinates:
Galaxy 16 K6 6A Digital
U/L – 14.104.13H
D/L – 11.804.13V
There are several ways to follow the game via the Internet:
- There will be a video webcast available on GoCreighton.com’s video package.
- You can listen to the audio online at Big Sports 590 in Omaha.
- For a different perspective, you can listen to the Bradley broadcast from WMBD 1470.
- Keep up with the live stats from GoCreighton.com.
If you find yourself traversing the greater Midwest — specifically, the eastern part of Nebraska, Iowa, and even into Missouri — you can pick up T. Scott Marr’s play-by-play along with former Bluejay Jimmy Motz on Big Sports 590 AM.
If you are in the Peoria/Chicagoland area, you can pick up the Bradley broadcast on WMBD 1470 AM.