Thursday, January 23, 2003

Sports on TV-Radio



TimeToday on TVChannel
Australian Open Tennis
2 p.m.Men's semifinal (same-day tape)ESPN
11 p.m.Women's doubles finalESPN2
Golf
3 p.m.PGA: Phoenix OpenUSA
College Basketball
7 p.m.Wake Forest at VirginiaESPN2
NBA Basketball
7:30 p.m.Dallas at PhiladelphiaTNT
10 p.m.New Jersey at Golden StateTNT
NHL Hockey
8 p.m.Boston at PittsburghESPN
9 p.m.Columbus at ColoradoFSN
TimeToday on RadioChannel
High School Basketball
7:30 p.m.Conner at ScottWIOK-FM (107.5)
College Basketball
7:45 p.m.Bellarmine at NKUWTSJ-AM (1050)




PETE ROSE
Sources: Rose admits he bet on baseball
Rose, baseball official met last month

AUTO RACING
NASCAR gives Ky. hope for Winston Cup race

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
UC 59, East Carolina 53
UC shuts down ECU star
Prosser, Gillen friendly foes again
Kentucky 67, Auburn 51
No. 9 Louisville 71, DePaul 43
N.C. State 80, No. 3 Duke 71
Colorado 60, No. 6 Kansas 59
No. 1 Arizona 71, Arizona St. 63
Texas coach earns 800th victory

BENGALS
Bengals' new coach gets super raves
Civil rights lawyers applaud Bengals' coaching search
Washington assistant candidate for Bengals

SUPER BOWL
DAUGHERTY: Early Bucs best at badness
Keyshawn compares self to Pete Rose
Super Bowl loss increases car crashes
Getting over the hump: Raiders, Bucs took different tacks
Al Davis may retire if Raiders win
Janikowski trying to put arrests, wild nights, behind him
Son's battle inspires Bucs receiver
Raiders wary of penalties
Practices closed to media

AUSTRALIAN OPEN
Serena rallies into final against Venus
Roddick claims instant classic
Australian Open Results

NBA
Jordan passes Wilt into No. 3
NBA's little man beats Lakers
Clippers, Grizzlies end extra long losing streaks

HIGH SCHOOLS
Princeton football coach retiring
Ohio Games: CHCA deals Seven Hills first loss
Ky. Girls Games: Lloyd too much for Bellevue
Wednesday's high school results
Today's high school schedule
Ohio boys basketball polls
Wrestling honor rolls
Ohio wrestling polls

ETC.
Mighty Ducks 2, Cleveland 1
Marlins get Pudge for $10M
Sports on TV-Radio