CIT Tournament 2014: Game preview, TV schedule for Yale vs. Murray State

Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

Murray State hosts the tournament's title game, which can be seen on CBS Sports Network.

The CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, which fielded 32 teams from mid-major conferences, is down to its final two. Yale will visit Murray State on Thursday night for the tournament championship.

The game will tip off at 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on CBS Sports Network.

Yale reached the title game by holding off a late rally from VMI in the semifinals, emerging with a 75-62 victory. Javier Duren led Yale with 19 points, but the Bulldogs' biggest advantage was on the glass. They outrebounded the Keydets 45-27 and all 11 players to enter the game for Yale had at least one.

The Bulldogs will face Murray State, which lost just once at home all year and ran the table at home in the conference season. The Racers clobbered Pacific in the semifinals, 98-75, led by Cameron Payne's 21 points. Jarvis Williams and T.J. Sapp each had 18 to help him out as the Racers shot 55 percent for the game and 52 percent from three.

This will be the second ever meeting between Yale and Murray State. The two teams last met in 1978, a 71-63 neutral court win for Yale.

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