Niceville, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Jarvis Summers scored 23 points and Ladarius White added 18 off the bench as Ole Miss took down No. 23 Creighton, 75-68, to reach the finals of the Emerald Coast Classic.
Creighton led 65-63 with two minutes to play. The Rebels then scored eight unanswered points to pull away.
Martavious Newby canned a 3-pointer at 1:44 and M.J. Rhett followed with a turnaround jumper from the left block. Devin Brooks was off the mark with a potential game-tying 3, and Ole Miss went 7-of-8 from the foul line down the stretch to secure the game.
Rhett and Newby scored nine points apiece for Ole Miss (4-1), which will meet Cincinnati in Saturday's final.
Isaiah Zierden made five 3s and scored 18 points for Creighton (5-1), which opened 5-0 last season as well before losing its sixth game. Austin Chatman finished with 15 points and seven assists and Brooks netted 14 in the setback.
Summers got off to a hot start, hitting his first three shots from the field -- including a pair of 3-pointers -- and two free throws in the first seven minutes of the game.
Ole Miss led 16-10 at that point before the Bluejays rattled off 14 straight. Chatman's layup started the flurry, which included three free throws and a 3- pointer from Zierden and two Brooks triples.
Creighton held its lead until Stefan Moody's 3-ball 3 1/3 minutes into the second half. It was a see-saw affair the rest of the way, with neither team leading by more than seven.
Ole Miss has won four straight ... Zierden became the first Bluejay to lead the team in scoring more than once this season. In six games, he has led them in scoring twice, while Will Artino, Ricky Kreklow, Geoffrey Groselle and Chatman have all done it once ... Both teams had 25 rebounds.