The Jays have been encouraged with their progress this offseason, despite the less-than-ideal circumstances. And they say much of the credit goes to Jeremy Anderson, the dynamic strength coach that Creighton hired last summer.
Three recent international additions signaled that the Jays have another pipeline. Their recruiting scope isn’t limited to the U.S.
Ryan Nembhard is honing his game against brother Andrew at home, while their coach (and dad) Claude helps out, too.
Kalkbrenner, an incoming freshman for Creighton, could stuff them with two hands, or spike them out of bounds, or bounce them off the backboard, or maybe tip them off course.
Former Jays standout Benoit Benjamin is glad he attended Creighton, but feels unappreciated. We’ll get to that, but first things first.
When it comes to sports, the pandemic has taught us to think outside the box.
This Creighton team, a tight-knit group, knows how to rally together and march in unison in pursuit of a goal.
The pandemic ended Jones’ joy ride at Creighton, just when it was getting good.
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Jaylyn Agnew could end up being Creighton’s first-ever WNBA draft pick.
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The hype for Creighton’s 2020-21 season is beginning to build, even though the Jays’ full roster isn’t quite set just yet.
There's always next season. But there was something special about this season’s Creighton basketball squad, something that made it an intriguing candidate to take this program to its first-ever Sweet 16.
There's no reason to rush Marcus Zegarowski back for the Big East tournament this week. Creighton is the Big East co-champ and is likely a No. 2 or No. 3 seed at worst in the NCAA tournament, which starts next week. And this season now is all about next week.
Big East champs. Say it again. Let it sink in. Creighton basketball, Big East champs.
This is the best that college basketball offers in 2020.
“We have nothing to lose,” Mitch Ballock said. “We weren’t picked to be here. We’re playing at home. Just have fun.” Nothing to lose? Not true. The Jays have everything to win.
Seton Hall comes to Omaha on Saturday. And now this remarkable Creighton team, which was picked to finish seventh in the Big East, will play for program history in front of 17,000 of their closest friends and hoop maniacs.
Creighton coach Greg McDermott mentioned that he’d like the Jays to more quickly recognize when an opponent starts to find a rhythm — and then do whatever they can to break it.
Creighton basketball's Mitch Ballock is an elite shooter who doesn’t care if he actually gets to shoot. He prides himself "on being an all-around basketball player."
A reader wanted to know: Shouldn’t coach Greg McDermott say the team wants to make the Final Four? After Sunday’s decisive win over Butler, Mac referenced the team’s goals. He did not and will not get specific.
When assessing Creighton's recent performances, Butler’s LaVall Jordan came to the same conclusion Sunday that two other Big East coaches separately reached this last week.
A basketball team is like a music group. There’s singers and guitarists, horn section, keyboardists, etc. Everyone has a role. The best teams have an unmistakable harmony and rhythm. It’s magic.
The collaborative play exemplifies why Creighton’s offense has been so potent these past couple weeks. Each made shot seems to have an assist on top of an assist on top of an assist. Good looks are turned down for great ones. Defenses don’t know what’s coming next.
As the Jays pile up wins, one storybook scenario seems more and more likely by the minute.
The 6-foot-1 sophomore point guard definitely was a difference-maker for the Jays against Marquette.
Last week was a pretty good week for Creighton basketball. But this next week could be even better.
Sometimes, you get a surprise. Sometimes chemistry, momentum and opportunity collide on a court, and a college basketball season becomes something bigger, something more fun, something totally unexpected. Like what is happening at Creighton right now.