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TV MONITOR: WHAT'S UP THIS WEEKEND?
Published October 21, 1994
WEEKEND PREVIEW: CBS will have show "Eye On Sports" Saturday from 4:30-6:00, which features boxing and the Leadville 100 car race. ABC will show college football, beginning at 12:00. NBC will have the NBA's "Inside Stuff" at 12:00, and show the Solheim Cup Golf tournament at 4:00. On Sunday, Fox's "NFL Sunday," Lonnie Lardner will speak with Bears' linebacker Joe Cain. On NBC's "NFL Live," Mike Ditka will speak with Dan Reeves, and Joe Gibbs will discuss via satellite player/coach relationships. Jim Grey will speak with Steelers Pro Bowler Carlton Haselrig about the circumstances surrounding his leaving the team. On ESPN's "GameDay," Greg Garber examines the long term effects of continous concussions among NFL players. LAST NIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS: ESPN's Cover Story was on the documentary "Hoop Dreams." Isiah Thomas: "For black males in this society, the options have been so narrowly defined that you have to get on one path and go, and if you don't stay on the path and you don't make it, then that is it" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 10/20). In a special edition of "The SportsReporters," Dick Schaap asked Frank Gifford, Lesley Visser, and Mike Lupica for their top sports hero today. Lesley Visser: "Dan Jansen. The most charismatic is Deion Sanders." Mike Lupica and Frank Gifford both said Joe Montana. Parting shots: Frank Gifford compared Joe Montana with Jim Brown; Lesley Visser paid tribute to Martina Navratilova and her place in sports; Mike Lupica commented on Penn State; Dick Schaap took a shot at Deion Sanders for injuring himself while high-stepping into the end zone ("SportsReporters," ESPN, 10/20).