ST LOUIS (LALATE) – The NIT Bracket 2014 for the Final Four Schedule of Men’s College Basketball was determined last night. SMU vs. Clemson 2014, and Minnesota vs. Florida State 2014, are heading to the NIT 2014 Tournament’s Final Four. But when are the NIT college basketball games, what are the start times, what channels will air the games, and do the games play this weekend? The NIT Bracket 2014 (NIT Bracket Printable below) finished the Elite 8 games last night. But schools will take several days off until they play in the NIT Final Four, reps tell news.
The first NIT Bracket 2014 for the Final Four is SMU vs. Clemson. Last night, California vs. SMU 2014 ended in a final score of 65-67. In that game, the Southern Methodist Mustangs’ leading scorer was Markus Kennedy. The forward stunned news with ten rebounds. He also had two assists, two steals and nineteen points. Also strong was guard Nic Moore. He delivered one rebound three assists and one steal along with eleven points. Off the bench, guard Keith Frazier impressed news with nine points, one rebound, and one assits.SMU is coming off a winning regular season. They went 26-9 overall and 12-6 in the AAC.
The second NIT Bracket 2014 for the Final Four is Minnesota vs. Florida State. Last night the Louisiana Tech vs. Florida State 2014 game’s final score was 75-78. The Florida State Seminoles’ leading scorer last night was Aaron Thomas. The guard delivered twenty-one points, nine rebounds, and two steals. Meantime, Okaro White had twenty points as well. He also produced eight rebounds, and two assists. In fact, the team had four players shooting double digits. They included Monday Brandon and Devon Bookert.
The SMU vs. Clemson and Minnesota vs. Florida State games both play on April 1, 2014 from Madison Square Garden. Officials tell news that the broadcaster will be the ESPN2 Channel. Start time on one game will be 7 pm EST and the second will be 9 pm EST, the rest still undecided. For a printable bracket in PDF still not yet updated this morning from the NIT, click HERE.
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