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The Toronto Blue Jays are Suing Creighton Bluejays Over Use of their Logo. Why Not Just Make a Trade?

It recently came to light that the Toronto Blue Jays were suing the Creighton Bluejays for “stealing” their logo.  And to be honest, it looks like they might truly have a case.  The birds look pretty similar.  The only difference between one team’s mascot and the other’s is that someone hit the “space bar” on their type writer [&hellip (Visited 1 times, 1 visits...
Via No Coast Bias
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott Creighton Highlights 2014

Posted to Runnin' With Da BullsDoug McDermott has come a long way since his freshman year at Creighton. He wasn’t always the scoring machine that you saw during his final seasons as a Blue Jay, when he piled up buckets so often that his nickname became “Dougie McBuckets.” People in Chicago have been clamouring for a legit scorer threat — well folks, you just landed the...
Via Sports Mockery
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott plays a game of horse against 99 competitors

Creighton University, forward Doug McDermott is slated to be drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft next week. McDermott has been known to be a top-notch scorer and had to a chance to display his shooting ability. McDermott played in a game of horse against 99 competitors sponsor by M&M’s. Before you judge how good is his competition (like I did) there is a reason why...
Via No Guts, No Glory
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott Smokes 99 Amateurs in Game of HORSE (Video)

Former Creighton sharpshooter and current NCAA player of the year, Doug McDermott recently took on ninety-nine amatuer basketball players in a intense game of HORSE, as part of a new peanut M&M’s promotion. If you were wondering about his range… After watching this shooting display, it’s hard to imagine him missing many wide open looks on any court, at any level, but then...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott plays H-O-R-S-E against 99 people

Doug McDermott is one of the greatest scorers in the history of college basketball. The 2013-14 season’s Naismith winner averaged 26.7 points a game for Creighton, leading the Blue Jays to a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament.  Being such a great scorer, McDermott has to be an outstanding H-O-R-S-E player, right? Let’s see:  McDermott is currently projected to be taken by Sacramento...
Via College Spun
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott silences Twitter troll with great zinger

When dealing with trolls on Twitter, sometimes you just have to drop the hammer. Creighton star and soon to be NBA player Doug McDermott hit this fan with a little ether for saying he played like a schoolgirl: Chill out macklemore RT @GranttFitch: @dougmcd3 You play basketball like a SCHOOLGIRL — Doug McDermott (@dougmcd3) April 22, 2014 Well played, McBuckets. Of course, like...
Via BlackSportsOnline
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott has funny response to tweet

@GoodmanESPN @ESPNCBB So your saying there's a chance?— Doug McDermott (@dougmcd3) March 18, 2014Doug McDermott is already one of the most likeable players in college basketball. But the consensus pick for player of the year honors may have elevated his status to an all-time high with this Twitter response.The response was directed at a tweet by ESPN's college basketball...
Via Bush League Chronicle
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug McDermott's awesome tweet exchange with ESPN

Creighton standout Doug McDermott – aka Dougie McBuckets – has been one of the major talking points of college basketball this season. On Monday, ESPN’s official college basketball Twitter account sent out a tweet reminding us that it’s highly (and I mean HIGHLY) unlikely that McDermott will pass Pete Maravich as the NCAA’s all-time scoring leader this March. After ESPN’s...
Via Next Impulse Sports
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Creighton's Doug McDermott and WNBA's Skylar Diggins play P-I-G

There’s one clear front-runner right now in college basketball to win the Naismith Player of the Year Award, and he’s playing hoops in Omaha: Doug McDermott. The star of the Creighton Bluejays is averaging over 25 points and seven rebounds per game to lead his team, which is off to a very respectable 15-2 start midway through the season. Today, however, McDermott faced a stiff...
Via College Spun
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Forgrave: Gibbs' injury will test Creighton's standing in Big East

In one game last week, the team many are picking to win the new Big East was hit by two pieces of bad luck that easily could have - and still might - derail a season that has as much postseason promise for Creighton as any since the school last made a Sweet Sixteen four decades ago. Late in the first half of what would become a Creighton 81-62 blowout win at DePaul, Doug McDermott...
Via Fox Sports
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

White Creighton fan does the whitest white guy dance ever

All-American and future NBAer Doug McDermott and his Creighton teammates knocked off the University of Missouri – Kansas City Monday night 96-70.  You would think that with a stat line of 37 points, seven boards and five assists, McDermott would stake claim to having the best night at CenturyLink Center Omaha. But no, it was this guy.  This guy had the best night in Omaha and...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
November 11, 2013  |  Discuss
CLASSY KID

Scholarship given up for teammate

Doug McDermott, an All-American forward at Creighton, will be a walk-on next season after sacrificing his scholarship so a teammate can return to the team.

Via The Victory Formation
July 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Creighton's Gibbs gets a sixth year, McDermott becomes a walk-on

WHAT I DID FOR SUMMER VACATION, by the Creighton Bluejays 1. Joined the Big East 2. Saw my best player became a walk-on And that's just this week. On Monday, Creighton officially began life as a member of the new-look, basketball-first Big East. Which was expected. But Tuesday's news wasn't. Senior wing guard Grant Gibbs, who'd begun his collegiate career at...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
July 02, 2013  |  Discuss

McDermott decides to stay at Creighton for senior season

Creighton mens basketball head coach Greg McDermott can breathe a little easier knowing his son will be by his side when the Bluejays transition to the new-look Big East next season. McDermott went to Twitter to announce his intentions of coming back next season rather than entering the NBA Draft. I will be returning to Creighton for my senior year and can't wait to put on...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Jays' Wragge proves team is more than solo act

ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- The left wrist was pale, swollen and puffy, although "puffy" might be selling it a bit short. It looked like somebody had tried to jam one of those little chocolate doughnuts down Ethan Wragge's forearm. "I couldn't move it six inches (Saturday)," Wragge, Creighton's 6-foot-7 sixth man and 3-point specialist, explained after helping...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
March 10, 2013  |  Discuss
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