NIT is a pointless tournament
You can call me a NIT-wit if you’d like, but I have yet to hear any convincing argument to keep the post-season college men’s basketball National Invitational Tournament (NIT) alive.
Seriously, who cares?
So what, pray tell, do the winners of the NIT chant when they receive their trophy? “We’re number sixty-seven!”
Wow. Impressive, guys.
A consolation game is one thing. A consolation tournament is just pathetic. It’s equivalent to all the guys who miss the cut this week at Bay Hill getting together on Saturday at a local muni and having their own tournament, where the prize is a can of warm beer and a plastic ball marker. The NIT makes golf’s “Silly Season” look sane.
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