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Men’s Basketball

Woodley Leaves Jays Program »

Andy Woodley leaves Creighton to become the Director of Basketball and Player Development for Orange Planet, a Des Moines athletic club.

St. Joseph’s Series Coming back »

Joe Lunardi was a guest on the Bluejay Banter radio show, and announced the Jays/Hawks series will resume in 2010-11.

Around the Rim–6/4/09 »

News and notes, including a scheduling update, news on former recruits, Arkansas Revisited, an honor for Bruce Rasmussen, and more.

Greg Allen Stars in All-Star Game »

Recruit Greg Allen played in the Humboldt-Del Norte League Senior All-Star Game last night, leading his team in scoring en route to a 78-54 win.

Metro Summer League 2009 »

For the past couple of seasons, the Jays have played in the Metro Summer Basketball league, giving fans a chance to get a summer hoops fix.

Creative Accounting: 13 + 1 = 13? »

With final exams in the books and five new Bluejays inked to men’s basketball letters of intent, summer vacation is officially underway. That was until the past few days…

Around The Rim: 5/25/09 »

A few random things from the past few weeks. The latest signing period is now past us, so we look at piecing the 2009-10 schedule together.

Do APR Scores Mean Anything? »

Last week the NCAA released the APR (Academic Progress Rate) scores for all sports for all NCAA institutions. First a little background on the APR scores:

Booker Woodfox, All-American »

If you’re an honorable mention All-American, do you still list yourself as an All-American on your resume? Max Univers says “Heck Yes!”

Kentucky 65, Creighton 63 »

This is always the hardest piece to write. Every year, about this time, Creighton’s basketball season comes to end with a loss. Some have been more difficult for fans and players to accept than others, but each leaves a sting that usually takes ample time to recover from.

Jays Fall Just Short »

All I ask for as a fan is for the team to play as hard as they possibly can for 40 minutes, leaving their guts, their heart, their soul, and everything they have on the court. If that’s not enough to win the game, so be it. There is nothing to be ashamed of.

The One that Got Away »

The night started a little eerie as we made our way into the Qwest Center and the sirens were going off for a Tornado Warning for the area. It sort of made people wonder if the game would start as scheduled.

NIT Second Round Preview: #4 Kentucky (21-13) »

Take a look at someone’s ticket stubs and you’re likely to catch at least a glimpse of what is important to a person. I stopped stuffing my stubs deep into my wallet years ago, but as a child and even into my teenage years…

The Polyfro Primer: Kentucky »

Around Omaha, the buzz for tonight’s game is palpable. Indeed, its been awhile since I’ve had so many random people ask me my opinion on the Jays game. I’ll give you three examples.