Sunday, February 1, 2004

Sports on TV, radio



TimeToday on TVChannel
NBA Basketball
2 p.m.Philadelphia at MinnesotaESPN
Golf
12:30 p.m.Champions Skins Game9, 2
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
TimeToday on RadioChannel
Super Bowl XXXVIII
6:25 p.m.Carolina vs. New England WCKY-AM (1360)

*TV and radio subject to change.




REDS / BASEBALL
Reds close to naming reliever for Joe
Pudge to Tigers: Astonishing move
Baseball notebook: Serafini says sayonara to states

SUPER BOWL XXXVIII
Daugherty: Panthers a team we can love
Super Bowl about defense
Question: What wins NFL titles?
Super Bowl XXXVIII: The Edge
Super Bowl trivia quiz

MORE FOOTBALL
NFL Insider: Some scouts consider Miami QB top choice
Elway, Sanders easy choices for Hall
Gridiron Classic: Miree runs for TD before injury

LOCAL COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Charlotte 86, UC 83
Bearcats' problems beginning in practice
Dayton 74, Xavier 67
UD seniors finally get better of rival
Snardon layup lifts the Norse to victory

2004 CROSSTOWN SHOOTOUT
Cyber Shootout: And the winner is ...
Rivals stumble into the Shootout

MORE COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Cats falter late to Vandy's delight
Pitino back in time to watch Cards lose
Top 25: Duke streak at 15

PREP SPORTS
Ernst: Kentucky insider
MND earns top seed
Long day ends with Heise's 100th win
Ohio boys games
Kentucky boys games
Ohio girls games
Kentucky girls games
Moeller pins down No. 1 ranking
Prep sports results, schedules

AUSTRALIAN OPEN TENNIS
Federer wins Australian Open
French doubles team celebrates Down Under(wear)

MORE SPORTS HEADLINES
College update: Lakota West grad finds place
Golf: Wie wows old stars at Champions Skins
NBA: Martin leads Nets' rally
Page Two power rankings
Sports digest
Sports on TV, radio

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