Sunday, March 30, 2003

Sunday's sports on TV, radio



Time Today on TVChannel
Women's College Basketball NCAA Tournament
NoonBoston College vs. UConnESPN
2:30 p.m.Notre Dame vs. PurdueESPN2
7 p.m.LSU vs. La. TechESPN2
9:30 p.m.Minnesota vs. TexasESPN2
NASCAR Auto Racing
12:30 p.m.Samsung/Radio Shack 50019, 45
Golf
1:30 p.m.PGA: Players Championship5, 22
4 p.m.LPGA: Kraft Championship9, 2
NBA Basketball
1:30 p.m.Dallas at Minnesota9, 2
4 p.m.Phoenix at IndianaESPN
College Basketball NCAA Tournament
2:30 p.m.Oklahoma vs. Syracuse 12, 7
5 p.m.Texas vs. Michigan State 12, 7
Major League Baseball
8 p.m.Texas at AnaheimESPN

Time Today on RadioChannel
College Basketball NCAA Tournament
2:30 p.m.Oklahoma vs. SyracuseWCKY-AM (1360)
5 p.m.Texas vs. Michigan State WCKY-AM (1360)
Major League Baseball
8 p.m.Texas at AnaheimWCKY-AM (1360)




AN OPENING DAY LOVE LETTER
From a son to his father

REDS BASEBALL
SEASON PREVIEW
Season opener has Reds eager
Head-first dive leaves Casey cooling heels
Reds Q&A
Architects see crowd settle in
Off-field miscues threaten Bowden's tenure as GM
The next move?
Daugherty: What's so Great about new park?
Jumbotron goes way of Atari: Oldie, but goodie
Pete look-alikes used to it
Rebuilding Indians headed on right track
Anaheim buzzing as defense of title begins

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Marquette 83, Kentucky 69
Teammates laud ailing Bogans for playing in pain
Jackson jogs Estill's memory
Kansas 78, Arizona 75
Izzo is Mr. March
Oklahoma-Syracuse will be won with defense
Roller-coaster ride continues for Boeheim
Ford leads a cast of role players for Texas
NCAA tournament notes
NCAA Tournament at a glance
Lady Vols, 'Nova meet Monday in Mideast final
Norse outmuscled in Division II final
Snardon finds positives in loss
Northeastern State 75, Kentucky Wesleyan 64
Georgetown, Ky. 71, Lee, Tenn. 58

BENGALS
Bengals Q&A

PREP SPORTS
Groeschen: Prep insider
KY: No. 1 Sacred Heart 42, No. 3 Lexington Catholic 40
IN: Indpls Pike 65, DeKalb 52

GOLF
Haas, 49, hardly ready to join the senior tour
Arnie joins Nicklaus for Masters encore

HOCKEY
Victory keeps Rangers alive
Griffins edge Ducks 3-2

HORSE RACING
Seven Four Seven wins fourth straight
Moon Ballad runs away with Dubai World Cup

NBA
Talk of coaching changes begins
Nets smother Golden State

TENNIS
Serena tops Capriati

TRISTATE SPOTLITE
RedHawks go for world championship
Enquirer Page Two power rankings
Over 12,000 to participate in Mini-Marathon

PLAN YOUR DAY
Sunday's sports on TV, radio