T.G.I.M.! #140

Taking a look at this weeks sports line-up.

James LeBeauby James LeBeau

It's the beginning of another week and as always, there are a number of great games on tap to satisfy even the most surely of sports fans. The biggest draw, outside of the NFL playoffs, takes place on Monday night with the BCS Championship game which is the rematch of a squeaker between Alabama and LSU earlier in the season. Between Monday and Sunday, you get a top of basketball on both the college courts and the Pro ones. Then, on Saturday and Sunday, you get the next roung of the wildly unpredictable NFL Playoffs.

Life is good.

*all times are EST



(NCAAFB) No 2 Alabama vs No 1 LSU 8:30 pm ESPN

(NBA) Charlotte at New York 7:30 pm NBATV

(NCABB) West Virginia at No 8 Connecticut 7 pm ESPN2



(NCAABB) No 7 Ohio St at Illinois 9 pm ESPN

(NCAABB) Georgia at No. 14 Florida 7 pm ESPN

(NBA) Chicago at Minnesota 8 pm NBATV

(NBA) Phoenix at LA Lakers 10:30 pm NBATV



(NCAABB) No 1 Syracuse at Villanova 7 pm ESPN2

(NCAABB) Texas A&M at Texas 9 pm ESPN2

(NBA) Dallas at Boston 8 pm ESPN

(NBA) Miami at LA Clippers 10:30 pm ESPN



(NCAABB) No 19 Wisconsin at Purdue 7 pm ESPN

(NCAABB) No 23 Virginia at No 3 Duke

(NBA) New York at Memphis 7 pm TNT

(NBA) Orlando at Golden St. 10:30 pm TNT



(NBA) Chicago at Boston 8 pm ESPN

(NBA) Miami at Denver 10:30 pm ESPN



(NCABB) No 2 Kentucky at Tennessee 12 pm ESPN

(NCAABB) No 4 North Carolina at Florida St 2 pm ESPN

(NCABB) Oregon at Arizona 3:30 pm CBS

(NFL) New Orleans at San Francisco 4:30 pm FOX

(NFL) Denver at New England 8 pm CBS

(NBA) LA Lakers at LA Clippers 10:30 pm NBATV



(NCABB) No 12 Indiana at No 7 Ohio State 4:30 pm CBS

(NFL) Houston at Baltimore 1 pm CBS

(NFL) NY Giants at Green Bay 4:30 pm FOX

(NBA) Phoenix at San Antonio 9 pm ESPN