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Carter’s Leadership Will Carry Bluejays »

Justin Carter has emerged as the leader of the Bluejay basketball team headed into the season.

White and Blue Review Pick ‘Em »

Let the games begin!!!

Polyfro Primer: Dayton »

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.

From the Other Side: Dayton Blogger Q&A »

White & Blue Review interviews a rabid Dayton blogger to get a preview of what the Bluejays’ chances are against the Flyers on Saturday.

Witter’s Change of Heart Will Help Jays »

Bluejays fans hope Cavel Witter’s decision to return to Creighton for his senior season pays dividends for the team and Witter himself.

Media Menu: Creighton @ Dayton »

Check here for all your media options for watching/listening to/tracking Creighton’s trip to Dayton

Millard Hoping for One More Chance »

Injuries have plagued Chad Millard’s CU career. The senior hopes to make the most of his last season as a Bluejay.

A New Season, A New Stinnett »

P’Allen Stinnett is looking to shed his image of the past and to establish himself as a leader.

Harriman Looking to Score More »

Casey Harriman is known for his defense and rebounding, but he could be looked upon to score more this season.

Runnels Is What the Doctor Ordered »

Is Wayne Runnels the remedy for Creighton’s rebounding woes? Can he contribute immediately as a JUCO transfer?

Lawson Expected to be Tough »

Without Kenton Walker backing him up and challenging him in practice, is Kenny Lawson ready for more minutes?

Ott’s Thoughts: Creighton 93, Nebraska-Omaha 77 »

More questions than answers after an afternoon that sees CU’s leader hit the court in agony.

Polyfro Postgame: Exhibition Proves Costly »

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.

Bradley Game in Peoria on TV »

The game against Bradley in Peoria will be on TV. It is unknown whether it will be available to those in the Omaha metro.