Your N.I.T. Announcing Schedule- Round One (With Bonus CBI And CIT Brackets!)

Monday, March 16, 2009

I honestly had no idea that there are actually FOUR postseason College Basketball tournaments now. I, of course knew about the N.I.T and the newly formed C.B.I., but apparently there is also a C.I.T. Who knew? Well anyway, here are the schedules for the, now three, "consolation" tournaments. The N.I.T. will be on ESPN as usual so I decided to throw the announcers on there as well. Oh and just a reminder, your last chance to catch Erin Andrews in a College setting, will be tomorrow night during the play-in game. Onto the schedules....


Tuesday, March 17th

#6 Rhode Island at #3 Niagara (7pm)- Not Televised
#6 Davidsn at #3 South Carolina 7:00 p.m. (ESPN2, 7pm)- Dave Pasch, Hubert Davis
#7 George Mason at #2 Penn St. (ESPNU, 8pm)- Justin Kutcher, TBD
#7 UAB at #2 Notre Dame (ESPN2, 9pm)- Ron Franklin, Fran Fraschilla
#5 UNLV at #4 Kentucky (ESPN, 9pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes
#8 Weber St. at #1 San Diego St. (10pm)- Not Televised
#6 Nebraska at #3 New Mexico (ESPNU, 10pm)- Beth Mowins, Mike Kelley
#7 Washington St. at #2 St. Mary's (ESPN2, 11pm)- Terry Gannon, Stephen Bardo

Wednesday, March 18th

#4 Miami (Fla.) at #5 Providence (ESPN2, 7pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes
#7 Duquesne at #2 Virginia Tech (ESPNU, 7pm)- Clay Matvick, Drew Barry
#5 Illinois St. at #4 Kansas St. (8pm)- Not Televised
#8 Tenn.-Martin at #1 Auburn (8pm)- Not Televised
#8 Bowling Green at #1 Creighton (8pm)- Not Televised
#8 Jacksonville at #1 Florida (8pm)- Not Televised
#6 Georgetown at #3 Baylor (ESPN2, 9pm)- Brad Nessler, Jimmy Dykes
#5 Northwestern at #4 Tulsa (ESPNU, 9pm)- Dan McLaughlin, Dickey Simpkins


Wednesday, March 18th

East Regional
St. John's vs. Richmond (7pm)
College of Charleston vs. Troy (8pm)

West Regional
Vermont vs. Green Bay (8pm)
Houston vs. Oregon St. (10pm)

Midwest Regional
Buffalo vs. Wichita St. (8pm)
Boise St. vs. Stanford (10pm)

South Regional
Northeastern vs. Wyoming (9pm)
UTEP vs. Nevada (11pm)


Wednesday, March 18th

Belmont at Evansville
Mount Saint Mary's at James Madison
Citadel at Old Dominion
Rider at Liberty
Austin Peay at Bradley
Oakland at Kent State
Drake at Idaho
Portland at Pacific


Was Cincinnati invited to any of these? How hard did they fall?

The Truth Hurts said...
Mar 16, 2009, 12:49:00 PM  

Cronin stated last week if they didn't get invited to the NIT, they weren't going to the CBI or CIT.

Todd said...
Mar 16, 2009, 12:55:00 PM  

Huggins must be laughing. Let's see we will not continue to play games. We don ot want for our players to learn how to redeem themselves in the face of adversity. Cronin's a moron.

The Truth Hurts said...
Mar 16, 2009, 1:05:00 PM  

Exactly. What does that say to your alumni/fanbase? We're quitters!!!

GMoney said...
Mar 16, 2009, 1:26:00 PM  

Cincinnati is so irrelevant now, it's kind of shocking to tell the truth.

Brad James said...
Mar 16, 2009, 1:33:00 PM  

Nessler and Dykes are my men; they are listed to be at two different sites on Wednesday (lol)

hoophead said...
Mar 16, 2009, 2:43:00 PM  

What about LaSalle and St. Joe's? BTW, the CBI has moved to InHD while FCS, which had the CBI last year now has the turney.

JamesCraven said...
Mar 16, 2009, 3:25:00 PM  

your last chance to catch Jeannine Edwards in an Uncomfortable setting will be tomorrow night

/If she's on the UNLV-UK sideline'd

Mar 16, 2009, 3:49:00 PM  

Sean McDonough will call Miami/Providence.

Terrier2003 said...
Mar 16, 2009, 5:46:00 PM  

Not only does St. Mary's get snubbed, they don't even get a #1 seed in the NIT.

SSReporters said...
Mar 16, 2009, 7:33:00 PM  

Yeah, Truth, I'm not a Cronin fan, either. Decent recruiter, but in over his head coaching in the Big East.

Todd said...
Mar 16, 2009, 11:15:00 PM  

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