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SBD/Issue 56/Sports Media
Published December 3, 2001
TV MONITOR: Last night's 10:30pm ET 30-minute edition of FSN's "NSR" led with Cardinals-Raiders followed by Colts-Ravens, Patriots-Jets and Vikings-Steelers. The first non-NFL report was Notre Dame firing football coach Bob Davie. Last night's 11:30pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN's "SportsCenter" led with Patriots-Jets, followed by Colts-Ravens and Broncos-Dolphins. The first non-NFL story was Davie. See THE DAILY INSIDER's TV Monitor for a complete listing from last night's sports news shows.
ON THE AIR: Heavyweight Champion Lennox Lewis will make an appearance on "MNF" tonight. Mavericks G Tim Hardaway, Lakers F Robert Horry and Lions QB Charlie Batch will be on FSN's "Best Damn Sports Show Period." Bob Costas served as guest co-Host on NBC's "Today" this morning. "Today" profiled U.S. moguls skier Donna Weinbrecht. Univ. of TN football coach Phil Fulmer and Univ. of CO coach Gary Barnett will be on "Unscripted." Magic F Grant Hill will be on "Live with Regis and Kelly" tomorrow morning.
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