Sunday, February 8, 2004

Sports on TV, radio

TimeSunday on TVChannel
Auto Racing
NoonDaytona 500 Pole Qualifying5, 22
NBA Basketball
12:30 p.m.L.A. Lakers at Orlando9, 2
3 p.m.Seattle at PortlandESPN
PBA Bowling
12:30 p.m.U.S. OpenESPN
Men's College Basketball
1 p.m.Illinois at Minnesota12, 7
2 p.m.Dayton at MassachusettsFSN
7:30 p.m.Clemson at DukeFSN
1:30 p.m.Champions: Royal CaribbeanGOLF
3 p.m.PGA: Pebble Beach National12, 7
Women's College Basketball
NoonFordham at St. Joseph'sFSN
2 p.m.Ohio State at PurdueESPN2
4 p.m.Temple at XavierESPN2
5:30 p.m.North Carolina at N.C. StateFSN
Arena Football
3 p.m.Orlando at Tampa Bay5, 22
NHL Hockey
3 p.m.NHL All-Star Game9, 2
6 p.m.Davis Cup (sm-dy tape)ESPN2
NFL Football
7:30 p.m.Pro BowlESPN
TimeSunday on RadioChannel
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*TV and radio subject to change.

Bearcats barely escape
Hicks endures letdown after XU performance
Baby steps suit Xavier
Cage makes presence known as a starter
Same script, same result prepare UK for postseason
Big game still not enough for Hayes
RedHawks end recent trend of late losses
Coles puts on running shoes to fight cancer
Top 25: Stanford stays unbeaten
Norse fall to streaking Rivermen on road

2004 payroll down $11M
Busy offseason saw many catchers on the move

Johnson relishes all-star honor
NFL insider: Pats have winning formula
Dubious honor remains enjoyable for coaches

2000 Comets still stars in Mason
Princeton 70, Oak Hills 65 (OT)
Low-scoring tilt has Mustangs riding high
Saturday boys basketball
Saturday girls basketball
La Salle gets nod as No. 1 D-I seed
Moeller wins GCL to stake claim to city crown
Ernst: All 'A' Classic has grown into a huge success
Prep sports results, schedules

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Singh shares lead at Pebble Beach
All thumbs: The week's winners and losers
U.S. advances to Cup quarters against Sweden
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