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TV MONITOR: WEEKEND TV PREVIEW
Published September 30, 1994
ESPN: The Sunday Conversation is between Albert Belle and ESPN2's Jim Rome. On "GameDay," Lesley Visser looks at the QB controversy in Arizona. Pam Oliver examines Deion Sanders' impact on the 49ers. Greg Garber examines the Darryl Henley cocaine case -- "Is it an example of the preferential treatment athletes receive?" Andrea Kreamer looks behind the scenes at the Shula family during a day at Don Shula's summer retreat. NBC: On Sunday's "NFL Live," Greg Gumbel will interview the Bills Jim Kelly. Mike Ditka will interview Bears head coach, Dave Wannstedt. Ahmad Rashad will interview the Jets' Ronnie Lott. Mike Ditka and Joe Gibbs give their NFL quarterly report card. FOX: On "Fox NFL Sunday," Terry Bradshaw goes to Valley Ranch to get the up-to-date scoop on the Cowboys' offense. Marcus Allen of the Chiefs will join the studio staff in a discussion on NFL running backs and do color on the Lions-Bucs games. Eric Clemons reports from Cleveland Stadium where the Browns host the Jets. The RC Cola Playbook focuses on stoping Falcons receiver Andre Rison. ABC: Regional college football on Saturday CBS: Swimming and Diving Champions on Saturday.