Can UVA get to the NIT Final Four? - USA TODAY Sports
The second round tips off on Thursday night and runs through Monday night.
The first round of the 2013 NIT is officially in the books, and three highly regarded teams (Kentucky, Tennessee, UMass) have already been knocked out of the tournament. We're down to the Sweet 16 of the National Invitational Tournament, and the games start tonight at 7 PM Eastern.
The NIT bracket does not reseed after each round, which is why 4th-seeded Providence will host 8th-seeded Robert Morris, who pulled off the upset against John Calipari's Wildcats on Tuesday night.
Here is the full schedule for NIT second round games, all broadcast on the ESPN family of networks. All times below are Eastern. The higher seed will host the game on their home court.
Every day, we will update the results.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
SATURDAY, MARCH 23
SUNDAY, MARCH 24
MONDAY, MARCH 25
The second and third rounds will run through March 27th at campus sites, with the NIT semifinals and finals (the Final Four) being held at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The semis will be on April 2 and a champion will be crowned on April 4.
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