Ravens Partner With Domestic Abuse Center NFL Toughens Domestic Violence Policy CBS Going All-Out With U.S. Open Coverage Filing Hints NCAA's Strategy In O'Bannon Appeal Goodell Praised For Domestic Violence Policy SEC Net Airs First Games Without Issues Dan Snyder: Redskins Planning New Stadium NFL Criticized For Year-Long Ban Of Gordon Fisher Angry Over ESPN's Sam Report Dolphins Add New Food Vendors
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SBD/14/The Back Of The Book
PREVIEW OF THIS WEEKEND'S SPORTS TV
Published October 14, 1994
SATURDAY: NBC will carry Notre Dame vs. Brigham Young and show the golf Skills Challenge at 5:00 EST. CBS will continue with their boxing series at 4:30. ABC has CFA football, with Penn State vs. Michigan at 3:30 as the highlight. ESPN will televise "Midnight Madness," the NCAA's first basketball practice of the season at 12:00am. On "College Gameday," Mike Tirico features the three top 10 teams on probation -- Auburn, Texas A&M, and Washington. SUNDAY: On Fox's "NFL Sunday," Howie Long will focus on the new look Eagles defense; Lonnie Lardner features Cardinals defensive tackle Eric Swann; and Matt Millen will cover the return of Deion Sanders to Atlanta. On NBC's "NFL Live," Dick Enberg interviews Dan Marino; Greg Gumbel speaks with Jeff Hostetler; and Ahmad Rashad profiles the Patriots' Ben Coates. At halftime of the Game 1, Will McDonough visits with Patriots owner Bob Kraft. On ESPN's "Gameday," Lesley Visser looks at the Eagles' Charlie Garner, Chris Mortensen examines the Chargers, and Greg Garber profiles Steve Emtman. ESPN's "Sunday Conversation" is Grant Hill.