Friday, October 8, 2004

Sports on TV

Time  Today on TV Channel
Auto Racing
2:30 p.m. Busch: Mr. Goodcents 300 p.q. SPEED
4 p.m. Nextel: Banquet 400 p.q. SPEED
1 a.m. F1: Japanese Grand Prix p.q. SPEED
College Football
10 p.m. UNLV at BYU ESPN2
8:30 a.m. EPGA: Dunhill Links GOLF
2:30 p.m. Champions: Administaff Classic GOLF
4 p.m. PGA: Michelin Champs. USA
5 p.m. Nationwide: Gila River Classic GOLF
Major League Baseball Playoffs
4 p.m. Anaheim at Boston ESPN
8 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Minnesota ESPN
1 a.m. World Championships (delayed tape) ESPN2
WNBA Finals
8 p.m. Seattle at Connecticut ESPN2
Time  Today on Radio Channel
High School Football
7 p.m. La Salle at St. Xavier WCKY-AM (1360)
7:30 p.m. Colerain at Fairfield WMOH-AM (1450)
7:30 p.m. Middletown at Lakota West WPFB-AM (910)

*TV and radio subject to change.

Long, short of it: Braves, Cards win
Arroyo makes most of opportunity
Atlanta digs self out of hole
Cards don't need long ball
LaRussa expects to return to Cards
Don't expect Twins to roll over
Cubs fine Sosa a day's pay - $87K
Cruz leaves Reds as free agent

It isn't so easy being sidelined
Players hope rest leads to health
Prison time for Lewis: Four months
Dolphins need Williams, but some don't want him

In one Athens, Bulldog gets grief
Nothing better than a win
Heisman watch
Extra points

Living up to tradition
Colerain would stay at home
Peaking at right time
Cougars finish with a flourish
Stellman stays cool in Cougar comeback
Weekend previews: Ohio | Kentucky
Football news: Ohio | Kentucky
A return to glory on Bobcats' minds
Wyoming qualifies for state in golf
Cross country postseason nears
Despite tough day by Volpenhein, CovCath 2nd after 1st round

Women soccer players help lift girls' goals
Perceptions, opportunities changed
Unique cycling event comes to town
Kidd takes a stand behind ailing knee
Phelps starts another Olympic-sized quest
Digest: Boston Marathon icon Kelley dies at 97
'Little E' hoping to be drivers' voice
String of birdies helps Park share LPGA lead
Sports today on TV, radio