TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Booker Woodfox sank a three-pointer with 26 seconds left to lift Creighton over Oral Roberts 65-64 Saturday.
Robert Jarvis, who led ORU with 17 points, made two free throws with 35 seconds remaining to give the Golden Eagles a 64-62 lead.
Jarvis, however, was limping after suffering an ankle injury when he was fouled and had to leave the game.
Nine seconds later, Woodfox made his third three-point shot of the game. It was Creighton's only field goal in the final 5:37.
The Golden Eagles (20-7) lost at home for the first time in 13 games this season.
The Bluejays led 34-33 at halftime and remained ahead until Jarvis' basket put ORU up 48-47 with 10:10 remaining.
Thirty-five seconds later, Watts banked in a three-point shot that gave Creighton a 50-48 edge. Woodfox's three-pointer made it 55-49 with 7:10 left, but a three-point play by Marchello Vealy sparked ORU on a 9-3 run that was capped by Ehambe's basket that tied it at 58-58.
After Watts made two free throws, Ehambe's basket tied the game again at 60 with 3:50 remaining.
Creighton made 7-of-18 three-point shots compared to 4-of-23 for ORU.
The Golden Eagles outrebounded the Bluejays 43-37. Lewis had a game-high 10 rebounds.
ORU lost for only the second time in its last 15 games.