Wednesday, March 20, 2013

March Madness 2013: NIT Tournament Round 2 TV Schedule

It's a quick turnaround for a few teams in the NIT. In case you don't follow the NIT often, the NIT 2nd Round is spread out over 5 days. In order to fit all the games on TV without clashing with their other contracts, ESPN has decided to place 1 game on Thursday, 2 games on Friday, 1 game on Saturday, 1 game on Sunday, and 3 games next Monday. While the games will be streamed live on Watch ESPN, ESPN3 only shows taped replays after the 1st round.
Thursday, March 21
7 PM- Denver at Maryland (ESPNU) Mike Patrick, LaPhonso Ellis

Friday, March 22
8 PM- Arizona State at Baylor (ESPN2) Dave Lamont, Stephen Howard

9 PM- Stony Brook at Iowa (ESPNU) Mike Couzens, Paul Biancardi

Saturday, March 23
Noon- Stanford at Alabama (ESPN) Rich Hollenberg, Miles Simon

Sunday, March 24
11 AM- St. John's at Virginia (ESPN) Mike Crispino, Dereck Whittenberg

Monday, March 25
7 PM- Robert Morris at Providence (ESPNEWS) TBD, Tim Welsh

9 PM- Mercer at BYU (ESPNEWS) Dave Pasch, Bill Walton

10 PM- Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (ESPNU) Roy Philpott, Joe Dean Jr.

The most surprising announcing assignment to me is Bill Walsh is leaving the comfy confines of Pac-12 country and is headed to Utah. I could be wrong, but I think this may be the first time Bill Walsh has ever called a BYU game. It's only part of the Madness that Eye on Sky and Air Sports deals with for trying to keep up a site providing broadcaster information during March Madness. Yet it's something I don't plan on stopping. All I want to do is provide the best general information site you can use, and it's one of the reasons I feel Atomic Reach has asked me to be part of their March Madness campaign.

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Thanks go to ESPN Media Zone and each schools/ conferences individual media relations person for providing the broadcaster information that is posted here. Thanks go to Matt Sarz College Sports for providing the TV broadcast information.

Be sure to visit Fang's Bites for great TV viewing picks and sports information. Also be sure to visit Awful Announcing for some of the best, and worst, sports stories and blunders going on today. You can catch the college football guide found here at both locations and you can catch the weekend basketball announcing assignments at Fang's Bites.

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