Saturday, January 18, 2003

This weekend's sports on TV, radio



TimeSaturday on TVChannel
College basketball
NoonSyracuse at PittsburghESPN
NoonRichmond at DuquesneFSNO
NoonIll.-Chicago at Detroit MercyESPN2
1:30 p.m.Duke at Maryland9, 2
2 p.m.Notre Dame at Kentucky12, 7
2 p.m.Tulane at Cincinnati19
2 p.m.Miami U. at Ohio64
2 p.m.Michigan State at MinnesotaESPN2
4 p.m.Illinois at Indiana12, 7
4 p.m.So. Illinois at CreightonESPN2
5 p.m.UConn at North CarolinaESPN
6 p.m.Xavier at UMassESPN2
College football
NoonOSU Champ. CelebrationONN
2 p.m.Senior BowlESPN
Figure skating
4 p.m.Men's U.S. Championships9, 2
8 p.m.Women's U.S. Championships9, 2
PGA golf
7 p.m.Sony OpenESPN
NHL hockey
7 p.m.Columbus at BostonFSNO
NBA basketball
8 p.m.Chicago at MiamiWGN
Tennis
10 p.m.Australian OpenESPN2
TimeSaturday on RadioChannel
College basketball
2 p.m.Notre Dame at KentuckyWSAI-AM (1530)
2 p.m.Tulane at CincinnatiWLW-AM (700)
2 p.m.Miami U. at OhioWCKY-AM (1360), WMOH-AM (1450), WFMG-FM (101.3)
4:15 p.m.NKU at So. IndianaWTSJ-AM (1050)
6 p.m.Xavier at UMassWLW-AM (700)
Women's college basketball
2 p.m.NKU at So. IndianaWTSJ-AM (1050)
College hockey
7 p.m.Miami at Western Mich.WHSS-FM (89.5)
AHL hockey
7:35 p.m.Chicago at Mighty DucksWCKY-AM (1360)
 

TimeSunday on TVChannel
PBA bowling
12:30 p.m.ABC MastersESPN
Tennis
2 p.m.Australian Open (taped)ESPN
10 p.m.Australian OpenESPN2
NFL playoffs
3 p.m.Tampa Bay at Philadelphia19, 45
6:30 p.m.Tennessee at Oakland12, 7
Women's college basketball
3 p.m.Houston at CincinnatiESPN2
5 p.m.LSU at ArkansasESPN
PGA golf
7 p.m.Sony OpenESPN
NHL hockey
7 p.m.Philadelphia at N.Y. RangersESPN2
TimeSunday on RadioChannel
NFL playoffs
3 p.m.Tampa Bay at PhiladelphiaWCKY-AM (1360)
6:30 p.m.Tennessee at OaklandWCKY-AM (1360)




BENGALS
Bar set at lofty heights
Daugherty: Times, they're a-changing
Strength coach Wood retires

NFL PLAYOFFS
Name-calling stirs up AFC opponents
Titans' kicker Nedney a study in perseverance
Williams aching to play Titans
Special teams give Eagles key edge
Keyshawn's stats drop, but Bucs' fortunes rise
Holmgren unlikely to jump to 49ers

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
OSU to celebrate like never before

REDS / BASEBALL
Graves a Red through 2005
Canada Hall nomination pleases Rose
As arbitration looms, Hunter hits jackpot
Latest All-Star gimmick a horrible idea

UC BEARCATS
Barker knows Bearcats need Moore on the floor
Huggins defends UC's grad rates

XAVIER
UMass men's program falls on hard times
Xavier Q&A

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Enquirer Tipoff page
Five questions with Carmelo Anthony
Catching up with Wally Szczerbiak
Knight milestone tempered by ugly IU divorce
UK's defensive focus on stopping Thomas
Johnson brothers set for Round 3
IU knows this: Win at home or lose the Big Ten
UC women extend home winning streak to 19

NBA
Yao Ming, do yo thing
NBA Today

TENNIS
Agassi holds up against Escude

GOLF
Baddeley shares lead with Goosen

HOCKEY
Habs fire Therrien, tap Julien as coach
Ducks, Cyclones, RedHawks lose on road

PREP SPORTS
Roger Bacon 53, Elder 48
Wyoming 46, No. 2 Madeira 40
NewCath 67, Highlands 42
Ohio boys: Bulldogs hang on against Taft
Ky. Boys: No. 1 Pioneers hold off Cougars
Ky. Girls: Fletcher finishes strong for Rebels
Prep sports schedules

REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT
Louisville officials opposed to arena next to park
Trophy Stakes today at Turfway
Fort Mitchell's Brauninger pleased with U.S. junior men's silver medal

PLAN YOUR DAY
This weekend's sports on TV, radio