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.
Kaleb Korver hopes this season will be a breakout year for him as well as seeing different parts of his game in action.
I left the Qwest Center today with more questions than answers. Unfortunately we won’t get much answered until Saturday.
The WBR staff will take a stab at predicting the outcome as well as the leading scorer. Just like tonight’s game, it’s exhibition for us too!
Max Univers looks at Sunday afternoon’s cross-town battle between UNO and Creighton.
Darryl Ashford never played at the Qwest Center much less even been to a game there, but you would never know. He could be the X-factor this season.
Bluejays beat Griffons in CU’s first of two exhibitions this week.
The Jays win their exhibition opener by 25, and Max Univers reminds everyone that it was an EXHIBITION game. Don’t lose sleep over rebounding or defense issues just yet!
Antoine Young spent a lot of time on his game this summer. He hopes it pays off this season when he takes over the point guard position for the Bluejays.