Oklahoma basketball will play a home-and-home series with Creighton over the next two seasons, according to FanRag’s Jon Rothstein.
The Sooners will reportedly host the Bluejays in Norman, Okla., during the 2018-2019 season. Oklahoma will play at Creighton in Omaha, Neb., the following year. Dates and times for the games will be announced later.
Oklahoma leads the series against Creighton, 3-1. Oklahoma and Creighton previously played a home-and-home in 2014 and 2015. The Bluejays beat the Sooners 65-53 in Omaha on Nov. 19, 2014.
The two teams last played Dec. 19, 2015 in Norman. The Sooners notched an 87-74 victory in that game behind 33 points from Buddy Hield.
The Sooners are coming off an 18-14 campaign, making the NCAA Tournament and losing to Rhode Island in the first round. All-American point guard Trae Young is heading to the NBA after leading college basketball in scoring and assists this season.
Creighton finished 21-12 last season and has made two consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances and five in the last seven seasons under Greg McDermott, a former Iowa State coach.
The Blue Jays were eliminated in the first round by Kansas State, which then advanced to the Elite Eight.
also made the tournament but lost in the first round to Kansas State, which went on to play in the Elite Eight.