(AP) -- While Creighton didn't have much trouble bouncing back from its first defeat, coach Greg McDermott's team could be tested with a visit to Lincoln.
The No. 16 Bluejays try to avoid a fourth consecutive road loss to Nebraska as these in-state rivals square off Thursday night.
After falling to Boise State 83-70 last Wednesday, Creighton (7-1) regrouped Saturday with an 80-51 rout of Saint Joseph's, dominating the Hawks in almost every facet of the game.
Junior standout Doug McDermott led the way with 23 points for Creighton, which took a 27-point lead into halftime and never looked back. The Bluejays, who dropped five spots in Monday's AP poll, held Saint Joseph's to a season-worst 37.7 percent shooting and forced 17 turnovers.
"It showed a lot of maturity from our team," Doug McDermott said. "We didn't get too down on ourselves. We knew a good team like Saint Joseph's was coming in here and we had to be ready. We sent the nation a statement by what we did, and we've got to...