WBR’s series, “What’s in a Number?”, continues with #54, Eddie Cole, and #98, Ray Yost, teammates and two of the best Bluejays ever.
WBR’s series, “What’s in a Number?”, continues with #55: Nerijus Karlikanovas, the lone Lithuanian to play for Creighton.
WBR’s series, “What’s in a Number?”, resumes today with #52: Ralph Bobik, who led Eddie Sutton’s Travelin’ Jays in assists three straight seasons.
The greatest #45 in Creighton history is also Omaha’s — and the state of Nebraska’s — greatest homegrown athlete, baseball Hall of Famer Bob Gibson.
WBR’s continuing series, “What’s in a Number?” today profiles the greatest #44 in Creighton history: three-time All-American and the player of the decade in the 70s, Rick Apke.
WBR’s number series jumps out of order today to take a look at Watts’ career on the Hilltop.
Doug Brookins, the versatile forward from the early 70s, gets the nod as the best #40 in Creighton history over the great George Morrow in WBR’s continuing series, “What’s in a Number?”
In a crowded field of candidates for the best #40, two-sport star Daryl Stovall takes the honors in today’s installment of “What’s in a Number?”
Only three Creighton Bluejays men’s basketball players have their numbers retired. Meet Paul Silas, one of those men and one of the best rebounders in basketball history.
The best Bluejay to wear No. 34 may have been overshadowed by others during his time on the Hilltop, but his numbers are impressive.
The number 33 was retired in honor of Bob Portman years ago, and today our series “What’s in a Number?” takes a look at his extraordinary career.
WBR’s ongoing series, “What’s in a Number?” takes us above the rim today, as we look at the greatest #32 in Jays history, Rodzilla. Yup, we’re talking about Rodney Buford.
Just seven players have worn the number for the Jays, and only the most hardcore fans likely have any recollection of most of them. Troy Bell, defensive specialist on the 1988-89 team, is the best of them.
The best Bluejay to wear #30 also happens to be a Creighton basketball legend and CU Hall of Fame member.