On TV in Anchorage

AnchorageJanuary 25, 2014 

SUNDAY

TENNIS Channel

5 a.m. Australian Open: Men's Final* ESP2 35

BOXING Channel

8 a.m. Lamont Peterson vs. Dierry Jean* SHO 421

8:30 a.m. Juan Carlos Burgos vs. Mikey Garcia* HBO 401

BOWLING Channel

8 a.m. PBA Tournament of Champions ESPN 34

MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Channel

8 a.m. Fordham at Massachusetts NBCS 39

Noon Harvard at Dartmouth NBCS 39

3:30 p.m. San Diego at Portland Root 36

4 p.m. Utah at Arizona FS1 41

5:30 p.m. San Jose State at Boise State Root 36

RODEO Channel

8 a.m. Bull Riding PBR Tour* CBS 11

NHL Channel

8:30 a.m. New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils NBC 2

SOCCER Channel

8:50 a.m. Mexican: Toluca vs. Monterrey UNI 85

Noon FA Cup: Chelsea vs. Stoke City* FS1 41

WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Channel

9 a.m. Minnesota at Penn State CBS 11

10 a.m. S. Carolina at Vanderbilt ESP2 35

10 a.m. Virginia at Syracuse Root 36

Noon Tennessee at Texas A&M ESP2 35

Noon Baylor at Oklahoma St. Root 36

2 p.m. Dayton at Saint Joseph's NBCS 39

2 p.m. Georgetown at St. John's FS1 41

NBA Channel

9 a.m. San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat ABC 13

11:30 a.m. Los Angeles Lakers at New York Knicks ABC 13

2:30 p.m. Brooklyn Nets at Boston Celtics ESPN 34

WINTER X GAMES ASPEN Channel

10 a.m. Freestyle skiing, snowmobiling ESPN 34

5 p.m. Snowboarding, superpipe final ESPN 34

RUGBY Channel

12:30 p.m. Sevens World Series NBC 2

GOLF Channel

11 a.m. Torrey Pines Open, final round CBS 11

MONDAY

MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Channel

3 p.m. Duke at Pittsburgh ESPN 34

3 p.m. San Diego at Portland Root 36

5 p.m. Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma ESPN 34

5 p.m. Villanova at Georgetown FS1 41

WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Channel

3 p.m. Notre Dame at Maryland ESP2 35

5 p.m. USC at Stanford ESP2 35

NHL Channel

3:30 p.m. Buffalo Sabres at Pittsburgh Penguins NBCS 39

6 p.m. Los Angeles Kings at San Jose Sharks NBCS 39

 

*Repeat, delayed or joined in progress.

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