Notes: Coach McDermott surprised by team's rebounding totals
CU high scorers Doug McDermott, No. 3, at left, and Avery Dingman, No. 22, celebrate as Creighton pulls ahead of DePaul in the second half. Also pictured is CU’s Devin Brooks, No. 5, and Ethan Wragge, No. 34.
Posted: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 12:00 am
ROSEMONT, Ill. — The last thing Creighton coach Greg McDermott expected to be carting back to Omaha after two Big East road games was an 18-rebound advantage over the two opponents.
The Bluejays finished Tuesday's 81-62 win over DePaul with a 39-32 edge on the boards. Creighton owned a 38-27 rebounding advantage on Seton Hall in Saturday's 79-66 win.
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Tuesday, January 7, 2014 12:00 am.