Bluejays expect 
fortunes behind
 arc to change

Creighton led the nation in 3-point shooting last season, finishing at 41.4 percent while sinking 356 shots from beyond the arc. Although some of the team’s best shooters moved on, Greg McDermott came into this season convinced the Bluejays had some able replacements.


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