"I think it's one of the things that motivates us, to be honest with you," Servais said. "I always tell our players we play a lot better when we play with a chip on our shoulders. Whether we're flying under the radar, not getting the respect we deserve, we're going to use it as a way to guide these guys to play at a higher level."
Creighton is the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Corvallis Regional, and Servais said he has enough to think about with Friday's first-round game against No. 3 seed Georgia (31-30).