Saturday, January 31, 2004

Weekend sports on TV, radio

TimeSaturday on TVChannel
Men's College Basketball
NoonXavier at DaytonFSN
NoonOhio State at Purdue7, 25
NoonKentucky at VanderbiltESPN2
1 p.m.Charlotte at Cincinnati19
1:30 p.m.Michigan at Illinois12
2 p.m.George Washington at RichmondESPN2
2 p.m.Akron at Kent StateFSN
3 p.m.Memphis at Texas Christian19
3 p.m.Marquette at LouisvilleESPN
4 p.m.Siena at FairfieldESPN2
4 p.m.Saint Joseph's at TempleFSN
5 p.m.Duke at Georgia TechESPN
7:45 p.m.Bellarmine at NKU18
8 p.m.Indiana at Michigan StateESPN
Mid.Arizona at Wash. St. (sm-dy tp)FSN
College Football
NoonGridiron ClassicESPN
12:30 p.m.Champions Skins Game7
3 p.m.PGA: FBR Open9, 2
1 a.m.EPGA: Johnnie Walker ClassicGOLF
Track & Field
6 p.m.Boston Indoor MeetESPN2
NHL Hockey
7 p.m.Carolina at DetroitESPN2
7 p.m.Minnesota at ColumbusFSN
10 p.m.Australian OpenESPN
NBA Basketball
10 p.m.Chicago at PortlandWGN
Women's College Basketball
5:30 p.m.Bellarmine at NKU18
TimeSaturday on RadioChannel
Men's College Basketball
NoonXavier at DaytonWKRC-AM (550)
NoonKentucky at VanderbiltWSAI-AM (1530)
1 p.m.Charlotte at CincinnatiWLW-AM (700)
7:45 p.m.Bellarmine at NKUWTSJ-AM (1050)
College Hockey
7 p.m.Miami at Michigan StateWHSS-FM (89.5)
AHL Hockey
7:35 p.m.Chicago at CincinnatiWCKY-AM (1360)


TimeSunday on TVChannel
NBA Basketball
2 p.m.Philadelphia at MinnesotaESPN
12:30 p.m.Champions Skins Game7
3 p.m.PGA: FBR Open9, 2
PBA Bowling
4:30 p.m.Reno Open (same-day tape)ESPN
Super Bowl XXXVIII
6 p.m.Carolina vs. New England 12, 7
Figure Skating
6 p.m.State Farm U.S. ChampionshipsESPN
Women's College Basketball
NoonFordham at MassachusettsFSN
4 p.m.Texas Tech at Texas FSN
Men's College Basketball
2 p.m.N.C. State at MarylandFSN
TimeSunday on RadioChannel
Super Bowl XXXVIII
6:25 p.m.Carolina vs. New England WCKY-AM (1360)

*TV and radio subject to change.

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Weekend sports on TV, radio