Sports on TV: Saturday-Sunday

December 14, 2012 

SATURDAY

COLLEGE FOOTBALL Channel

9 a.m. New Mexico Bowl: Arizona vs. Nevada ESPN 34

9 a.m. D-II, Final: Valdosta St. vs. Win.-Salem St. ESP2 35

12:30 p.m. Idaho Potato Bowl: Toledo vs. Utah St. ESPN 34

9 p.m. New Mexico Bowl: Arizona vs. Nevada* ESP2 35

11:30 p.m. Idaho Potato Bowl: Toledo vs. Utah St.* ESPN 34

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Channel

10 a.m. Crossroads Classic: Butler vs. Indiana CBS 11

12:30 p.m. Crossroads Classic: N. Dame vs. Purdue ESP2 35

4 p.m. Winter Festival: Michigan vs. W. Virginia ESPN 34

5 p.m. Kansas State at Gonzaga ESP2 35

6 p.m. Florida at Arizona ESPN 34

GOLF Channel

Noon PNC Father-Son Challenge, first day NBC 2

ALPINE SKIING Channel

11 a.m. USSA Ski Cross Finals* NBCS 39

BOXING Channel

12:30 p.m. Leo Santa Cruz vs. Alberto Guevara CBS 11

8:30 p.m. Jorge Arce vs. Nonito Donaire HBO 401

9:30 p.m. Amir Khan vs. Carlos Molina* SHO 421

WOMEN'S SOCCER Channel

3 p.m. China vs. U.S National Team NBCS 39

WOMEN'S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Channel

3 p.m. NCAA Tournament, Final: Teams TBD ESP2 35

NBA BASKETBALL Channel

4 p.m. Brooklyn Nets at Chicago Bulls WGN 8

RUGBY Channel

8 p.m. Sevens World Series: South Africa* NBCS 39

COLLEGE HOCKEY Channel

10:30 p.m. Minnesota-Duluth at UAA* GCI 1

SUNDAY

BOXING Channel

8:15 a.m. Jorge Arce vs. Nonito Donaire HBO 401

9 a.m. Amir Khan vs. Carlos Molina* SHO 421

3:45 p.m. Jorge Arce vs. Nonito Donaire* HBO2 402

8 p.m. Bryant Jennings vs. Bowie Tupou NBCS 39

BOWLING Channel

9 a.m. World Series Cheetah Championship* ESPN 34

NFL FOOTBALL Channel

9 a.m. Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens CBS 11

9 a.m. Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears Fox 4

12:25 p.m. Pittsburgh Steelers at Dallas Cowboys CBS 11

4:30 p.m. San Francisco 49ers at N. England Patriots NBC 2

BILLIARDS Channel

9:30 a.m. WPBA Tour Championship, semifinal* ESP2 35

10:30 a.m. WPBA Tour Championship, semifinal* ESP2 35

11:30 a.m. WPBA Tour Championship, final* ESP2 35

GOLF Channel

11 a.m. PNC Father-Son Challenge, final round NBC 2

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