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NCAA Div. I men’s tournament TV broadcasters and announcers

The NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament gets underway Tuesday night. The First Four games will be televised by TruTV. Action resumes with first-round games on Thursday and Friday from eight sites around the country, and will be televised by CBS, TBS, TNT and TruTV. The same announcers will stay at the same sites for [...]

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Metro Atlantic women’s basketball tournament schedule (updated)

The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women’s basketball tournament gets underway Thursday at the Times Union Center in Albany. The schedule: Thursday first round (announcers Perry Laskaris, Chris Williams) 9:30 a.m. – No. 9 Monmouth vs. No. 8 Canisius (ESPN3) 11:30 a.m. – No. 10 Iona vs. No. 7 Manhattan (ESPN3) 1:30 p.m. – No. 11 [...]

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Metro Atlantic men’s basketball tournament schedule (updated)

The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament gets underway on Thursday at Albany’s Times Union Center. ESPN has announced Jason Benetti and Jay Bilas will call the MAAC final on Monday night on ESPN. The schedule: Thursday first round 5 p.m. – No. 9 Saint Peter’s vs. No. 8 Monmouth (ESPN3) (Perry Laskaris, Chris [...]

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This week’s soccer TV schedules

This weekend’s soccer telecasts: Thursday (today) 1 p.m. – Europa League, Zenit St. Petersburg vs. Celtic (FS1); Fri. 1 a.m.-delayed (Fox Soccer) 1 p.m. – Europa League, Villareal vs. Olympique Lyon (FS2); 5:30 p.m.-delayed (Fox Soccer) 3 p.m. – Europa League, Atalanta vs.Borussia Dortmund (FS1); Fri. 6 a.m.-delayed (Fox Soccer) 3 p.m. – Europa League, [...]

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MLB Network spring training schedule

MLB Network will air over 200 spring training games from Florida and Arizona starting February 23. The Yankees and Mets will make several appearances, though most of their telecasts will be blacked out in the New York market (denoted by an asterisk) because they will already be airing on YES Network and SNY. The schedule [...]

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Local broadcast media makes Super Bowl picks

Once again, my friends in sports broadcast media have chimed in with their Super Bowl predictions for Sunday’s big game. I thank them all. For the Philadelphia Eagles: Rich DeMarco, Army sports radio network play-by-play Eagles 24, Patriots 17: As hard as it is to pick against New England, I just think this is Philadelphia’s [...]

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New York Yankees spring training broadcast schedule

February Fri. 23 – vs. Detroit, 1 p.m. (YES); Sat. 24 – at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (WFAN); Sun. 25 – at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (WFAN); Wed. 28 – vs. Detroit, 1 p.m. (YES) March Fri. 2 – vs. Atlanta, 1 p.m. (YES); Sun. 4 – vs. Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (YES, WFAN). Thur. 8 – [...]

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NFL playoff announce teams

The NFL Divisional Playoffs get underway with two games on Saturday and two more on Sunday. This week, NBC gets the opener, CBS gets two (including Saturday prime time) and Fox closes out the slate. Westwood One Sports radio will cover all four games and can be heard locally on WFAN (660-AM, 101.9-FM). Saturday, Jan. [...]

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Tennis: ESPN2, Tennis to air Australian Open

The first tennis major of the year, the Australian Open, gets underway on Sunday evening (Monday morning in Melbourne), the start of 14 days of coverage on cable sports channels ESPN2 and Tennis Channel. Starting Monday and running 10 nights, Tennis Channel will open the action with two hours of live action from 7-9 p.m. [...]

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College football TV, radio, web schedule for Nov. 21-25

This week’s college football schedule features traditional rivalry clashes, and a smattering of first-round playoffs involving teams in the Football Championship Series (formerly known as NCAA Division I-AA). Teams ranked in the AP Top 25 are displayed in RED, and those receiving votes are in ORANGE. In Division I-AA, the top 25 teams are in [...]

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