Creighton certainly must have redemption on its mind going into Saturday.
Coming off a shocking loss which ruined their perfect record, the No. 11 Bluejays look to avoid falling for the second straight year to a Saint Joseph's team which could enter the rankings with another upset win.
Creighton (6-1) is 28-3 in Omaha since last being handed back-to-back home losses, something it may be in danger of suffering again this week.
Following impressive victories over Wisconsin and Arizona State to win the Las Vegas Invitational, the Bluejays returned home Wednesday to face a Boise State team which hadn't beaten a ranked foe on the road since 2005. The Broncos never trailed after the opening minutes and won 83-70.
"I think we celebrated too much, those wins, and I think it got to us a little and we kind of went away from how we prepare as a team," star forward Doug McDermott said. "We have to do a better job of moving on to the next game."
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