March Madness is here, and that means not only the NCAA Tournament, but also the NIT tournament bracket is also underway. There are games for Wednesday, March 14.
In all, it is a huge day and week for college basketball games between the NCAA tournament schedule and the NIT. Have you been watching? How many games to you plan to watch during March Madness?
Day two of the NIT tournament bracket has seven hot college basketball games for fans to watch. The first game tips off at 7 p.m. on ESPN2. It is Minnesota at La Salle. Then they come fast and furious. There are two games at 7:15 p.m. UFC at Drexel and Northern Iowa at St. Joseph's. Both of these games will be available for live stream on ESPN3. Finally, at 7:30 p.m. Valparaiso at Miami is on ESPNU.
ESPN 2 will air the 9 p.m. tip-off for Bucknell at Arizona. Then, at 9:15 Nevada at Oral Roberts will be available on ESPN3. Finally, the last game of the NIT tournament bracket for Wednesday, March 14 starts at 9:30 on ESPNU, and it is Illinois State at Ole Miss.
During these two high-profile tournaments, it is really a case of so many games, so little time to watch! Some fans will have to make some tough decisions with so many games happening at the same time.
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