Winners of seven of its last eight, #11/12 Creighton (22-4, 12-2 BIG EAST) enters the home stretch of its conference schedule with a Sunday afternoon home game vs. Seton Hall (14-12, 5-8 BIG EAST).
Tip-off at CenturyLink Center Omaha (17,390) in Omaha, Neb., is set for 4:02 pm.

Radio Broadcast Information
KOZN (1620 The Zone) will broadcast all Creighton men’s basketball games during the 2013-14 season. John Bishop and Nick Bahe will call the action. The broadcast is also webcast live at 1620thezone.com.
The pregame show “Bluejay Shootaround”, hosted by Josh Peterson and former Bluejay Josh Dotzler, begins at 2 p.m.
Following the game, Tim Krueger and Heath Gunderson will host “Overtime” for approximately one hour, while also taking calls from listeners.

Broadcast Information
Sunday’s game will be broadcast on FOX Sports Midwest (Nebraska only), with Jason Benetti and Greg Kelser on the call.
In addition to Fox Sports Midwest in Nebraska, Sunday’s game also airs live on Fox Sports Arizona, Fox Sports Detroit, Fox Sports North, Fox Sports Oklahoma, Fox Sports South (Kentucky only), Fox Sports Southwest, Fox Sports West, Fox Sports Wisconsin, Sports Time Ohio, Sportsouth, Sun Sports, MSG Network, Root Sports (Northwest, Pittsburgh and Rocky Mountain Regions), Cox Sports Northeast, WPWR MyNet (Chicago), WDCA MyNet (Washington) and WTXF Fox (Philadelphia).
The game will also air on DirecTV channel 680 (680-1 in HD), Dish Network channel 445 (HD 9515) and AT&T U-Verse channel 692 (HD 1692).

Live Stats Information
All of Creighton’s games this season will have free live stats. Visit www.gocreighton.com and click on the Live Stats tab on the top of the page for a link the exact URL.
Home games can also be followed by those who have mobile devices with internet capability at www.gocreightonstats.com.

McDermott Bobble Heads on Sunday
Early-arriving fans arriving to CenturyLink Center Omaha for Sunday’s game vs. Seton Hall could end up with a one-of-a-kind collectable.
A limited number of Doug McDermott bobble heads will be given to fans upon arrival at three CenturyLink Center Omaha entrances – the main entrance off of 10th Street, the attached-garage entrance adjacent to the Mutual of Omaha display and the Lot A entrance – until the supply is exhausted.
Tip-off is set for 4 pm. Doors open at 2:30 pm.

Scouting #11/12 Creighton
Creighton owns a 22-4 record, including double-digit wins over top-65 RPI teams in Nebraska, Arizona State, Cal, Xavier, Butler, Georgetown and Villanova (twice).
The Bluejays are in first place in their first BIG EAST campaign with a 12-2 league mark, one-half game ahead of No. 9 Villanova. The Bluejays own wins by 28 and 21 points over the Wildcats, and victories over preseason league favorite Marquette by 18 and 15, as well.
Seven-time BIG EAST Player of the Week Doug McDermott (25.8 ppg., 7.1 rpg., 44.8 3FG%) is the nation’s only returning consensus First Team All-American, as well as the nation’s leading returning scorer. He’s led the Jays in scoring and rebounding each of the past three seasons, was named Preseason BIG EAST Player of the Year, has scored 19 or more points in all but two games this year, and owns nine games of 30 or more points. He’s also hit game-winning shots in two of CU’s last five wins, and three victories overall this year.
Austin Chatman (7.6 ppg., 3.4 rpg., 4.3 apg.) and Jahenns Manigat (7.7 ppg., 44.4 3FG%) help man the Bluejay backcourt and have combined for 193 assists against just 63 turnovers this year. Grant Gibbs (6.6 ppg., 4.4 apg., 3.8 rpg.) suffered a dislocated kneecap on Jan. 7 at DePaul, but returned to the line-up one month later and has averaged 8.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.8 assists in five games since then.
Helping to replace Gregory Echenique at the “5” spot have been the duo of Ethan Wragge (11.4 ppg., 49.4 3FG%) and Will Artino (6.3 ppg., 68.0 FG%). Wragge ranks in the top-seven nationally in three-point percentage and three-pointers made per game, while Artino had his first career double-double on Feb. 13 at Butler.

Scouting Seton Hall
Seton Hall is 14-12 on the season, including a 5-8 mark in BIG EAST action.
Thie Pirates own a 4-4 road record this season, including victories at Xavier, Providence, Rutgers and Georgetown.
Senior swingman Fuquan Edwin led the Pirates in scoring last year and is first again this season at 14.5 points per contest. He also owns a league-high 64 steals.
Texas transfer Sterling Gibbs has made an immediate impact, scoring 14.3 per game while also dishing a club-best 111 assists.
Brian Oliver leads the team with 72 three-point baskets and is third on the team with 11.6 points per game.
As a team, Seton Hall averages 74.2 points per game while allowing 70.7 per contest. The Pirates shoot 45.8 percent from the field, 36.6 percent from three-point land and 72.5 percent at the line.

The Coaches
Greg McDermott (Northern Iowa, 1988) is in the midst of his fourth season as head coach at Creighton. He led CU to a 28-8 mark last year, and is now 102-34 with the Bluejays. McDermott has previously been a head coach at Iowa State (2006-10), Northern Iowa (2001-06), North Dakota State (2000-01) and Wayne State (1994-2000). He owns a career mark of 382-220 in his 20th season and is 251-165 in his 13th Division I campaign. McDermott is assisted by Darian DeVries, Steve Lutz and Patrick Sellers.
Kevin Willard (Pittsburgh, 1997) owns a 63-61 record in his fourth season at Seton Hall, which moves his career mark to 108-110 in seven years. He came to Seton Hall after a three-year stint as Iona head coach. Willard is assisted by Shaheen Holloway, Fred Hill and Oliver Antigua.

The Series With Seton Hall
Seton Hall leads the all-time series with Creighton, 6-2, though the teams have never played in Omaha.
Before Creighton’s win last month, the teams had met just once in the last 62 years, a 1991 NCAA Tournament contest in Salt Lake City won by the Pirates.
Greg McDermott is 1-0 against Seton Hall and coach Kevin Willard. Willard is 1-1 all-time against Creighton, leading his 2009-10 Iona team to a 63-55 win over the Bluejays at the Old Spice Classic near Orlando, Fla.