Shatel: Big East pull helps Creighton get hoops series with Sooners

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Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014 12:00 am

I was cleaning out my golf bag the other day. A couple of double bogeys fell out.

» Looks like Oklahoma is coming back to the state of Nebraska — to play Creighton. CU Athletic Director Bruce Rasmussen told me that OU and CU have signed a contract to play a home-and-home in men's basketball, beginning next season when Lon Kruger's Sooners come to the CenturyLink Center (Creighton will play at Lloyd Noble Center in Norman the following season). Chalk it up to the benefit of having Rasmussen on the NCAA Division I Basketball Committee, where he and OU A.D. Joe Castiglione obviously had some free time to talk. Give an assist to the Big East. Hard to believe OU (which will be a popular top 15 pick this fall) would play on the court of a Missouri Valley team.

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