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SBD/23/The Back Of The Book
TV MONITOR: WEEKEND PREVIEW
Published September 23, 1994
CBS Sports will run the Swimming and Diving World Championships on Saturday. They have no sports programming on Sunday. NBC's "NFL Live" will interview Barry Sanders of the Lions and Warren Moon of the Vikings. Joe Gibbs will feature the prevent defense. During halftime of Game 1, NBC features Junior Seau. On Fox's "NFL Sunday," Howie Long will name his "Tough Guy" team. Terry Bradshaw interviews Kansas City's Neil Smith and Derrick Thomas. Lonnie Lardner will interview Bears safety Shaun Gayle and Eric Clemons will report from Joe Robbie Stadium. ESPN's "GameDay" has Mark Malone with the Chargers and Tom Jackson profiling Brett Favre. Pam Oliver will be live in Minnesota, while Lesley Visser will be in Kansas City.