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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Greg Mcdermott
Doug McDermott saved his best game for his last one at CenturyLink Center.
It's been a season of no regrets for Creighton's Doug McDermott.
Georgetown needs a win over Creighton on Tuesday to maintain NCAA Tournament hope. Beating the McDermott father-son tandem certainly won't be easy.
By the time No. 9 Creighton got into the game, it was too late. Xavier simply had more of everything in a long-awaited rematch.
Even without suspended point guard Sterling Gibbs, struggling Seton Hall went into its final possession against 11th-ranked Creighton with a chance to win.
Creighton coach Greg McDermott believes victories like the one his 11th-ranked Bluejays earned against Seton Hall can be the difference between a good season and a great one.
Marquette's hope of upsetting No. 11 Creighton was lost at the free-throw and 3-point lines.
Doug McDermott continued his climb up the all-time scoring list with a strong second half and Ethan Wragge dialed in from long distance.
After losing two games to Creighton by a combined 49 points, Villanova coach Jay Wright would rather not see the Bluejays again this season.
Creighton apparently has Villanova's number.
Doug McDermott had been thinking about playing in Madison Square Garden since it was announced last March that Creighton would be joining the Big East.
Doug McDermott's shooting struggles didn't stop his Creighton teammates from getting him the ball with the game on the line.
Creighton's first season in the Big East just might end up being the best in the program's nearly 100-year history.
St. John's coach Steve Lavin knew it would be impossible to totally shut down Doug McDermott. He figured if his defense could limit McDermott's teammates, the Red Storm would have a chance to steal a win on No. 20 Creighton's home court.
St. John's dared Doug McDermott to beat the Red Storm. He did.
"It's a moment in time I'll never forget," Greg McDermott said.
"It's just been fun to do this together and to really enjoy this last season knowing that the clock's ticking," Greg said. "Neither of us knew if we were going to have this year. The fact we've been able to do this and been able to have some success in the Big East and have some really signature wins for our program, and fill the building, you couldn't ask for anything better."