Justin Carter has emerged as the leader of the Bluejay basketball team headed into the season.
Let the games begin!!!
The Jays open the season on the road in a game many people do not believe they can win. Max Univers says they can, and that they will.
White & Blue Review interviews a rabid Dayton blogger to get a preview of what the Bluejays’ chances are against the Flyers on Saturday.
Bluejays fans hope Cavel Witter’s decision to return to Creighton for his senior season pays dividends for the team and Witter himself.
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Injuries have plagued Chad Millard’s CU career. The senior hopes to make the most of his last season as a Bluejay.
P’Allen Stinnett is looking to shed his image of the past and to establish himself as a leader.
Casey Harriman is known for his defense and rebounding, but he could be looked upon to score more this season.
Is Wayne Runnels the remedy for Creighton’s rebounding woes? Can he contribute immediately as a JUCO transfer?
Without Kenton Walker backing him up and challenging him in practice, is Kenny Lawson ready for more minutes?
More questions than answers after an afternoon that sees CU’s leader hit the court in agony.
Sunday’s 93-77 win came with a potentially catastrophic cost as Justin Carter, the heart and soul of the team, goes down with a knee injury.
The game against Bradley in Peoria will be on TV. It is unknown whether it will be available to those in the Omaha metro.