One week after playing Iowa State on a neutral court in Des Moines, the Creighton Bluejays hit the road for their first true away game of the season.
The Bluejays will spend the end of Thanksgiving weekend in the Windy City, travelling to Evanston to take on the Northwestern Wildcats.
On paper, this looks to be one of the Bluejays’ two most important non-conference games; along with BYU, Northwestern is garnering a lot of attention as a potential NCAA Tournament team.
White & Blue Review will be in Evanston for the game. You can chat with us Sunday night via WBR Live. There are plenty of options for watching and tracking the game, so make sure you join our live in-game chat while following along on your TV or your computer.
Below are all the options for tracking Creighton’s showdown with Northwestern Sunday night.
The Bluejays will be on TV for the first time this season. This game will be broadcast by the Big Ten Network.
- In the Omaha area, the game will be available on Cox Cable on digital channel 233 and in high definition on channel 750.
- In other parts of Nebraska, from York to Lincoln and in southeast Nebraska, the game will be on Time Warner Cable channel 238. Check to see if the Big Ten Network is available on your area’s cable system.
- Nationwide it will be available on major satellite providers, including DirecTV channel 610 and Dish Network channel 439.
There are several ways to follow the game via the Internet:
- Check out our WBR: Live blog from courtside.
- Creighton will have live video streaming webcast of the game available for a small fee.
- Keep up with the live stats from GoCreighton.com.
- You can also follow easily on your mobile device at GoCreightonStats.com.
- Follow the tweets of GoCreighton for score updates.
- Follow the tweets from the Omaha World-Herald, Steve Pivovar, and Steve Takaba.
- Listen to the streaming audio of the broadcast by Big Sports 590.
- Listen to the streaming audio of the Northwestern broadcast on WGN Radio.
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 on Big Sports 590 AM.
In the Chicago metro, you can listen to the Northwestern radio broadcast on WGN Radio, 720 AM.
As always, if you have other media entities to add to follow the games, feel free to leave them in the comments.