How to watch the NIT Tournament online, TV schedule, radio and more

Andy Lyons

Down to 13 teams, it's starting to get serious in the NIT.

The NCAA Tournament is in full swing now, with upsets happening left and right, putting the nation squarely in front of televisions and computer screens with the eager anticipation of the next big moment.

Also, the NIT is being played. Don't forget about the NIT, folks.

This year, some of the biggest names in college basketball are doling out punishment in the NIT, with schools such as the Maryland Terrapins, the St. John's Red Storm and the Stanford Cardinal all in the bracket.

We're already down to 13 teams left, with blue-blood Kentucky already ousted thanks to Robert Morris and Tennessee on the outs after losing to Mercer.

On Saturday, the only game being played is the Stanford Cardinal at the Alabama Crimson Tide, which is on ESPN at noon ET.

All NIT match-ups can be seen on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU and watched online at WatchESPN or ESPN3.com.

Every NIT game is on ESPN radio as well.

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