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Saturday, December 27, 2014

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12 pm Eastern

College Basketball:Georgetown vs. Indiana

College Basketball: Georgetown vs. Indiana  

Georgetown vs. Indiana.
College Basketball:Maine at Seton Hall

College Basketball: Maine at Seton Hall  

Maine at Seton Hall.
High-School Football:Eastside Catholic vs. Trinity Christian

High-School Football: Eastside Catholic vs. Trinity Christian  

Eastside Catholic vs. Trinity Christian in the State Champions Bowl Series at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla.

1 pm Eastern

Military Bowl:Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech

Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech  

Cincinnati (9-3) vs. Virginia Tech (6-6) in Annapolis, Md. The Bearcats ride a seven-game winning streak into their fourth-straight bowl, while Tech plays its 22nd in a row. UC's Gunner Kiel (30 passing TDs) faces the sack-happy Hokies (3.83 per game).

2 pm Eastern

College Basketball:Kentucky at Louisville

College Basketball: Kentucky at Louisville  

Kentucky at Louisville in a clash of unbeaten intrastate rivals. UK frosh Karl-Anthony Towns and Cardinals junior Montrezl Harrell star in the frontcourt. The Wildcats won 73-66 last season behind Aaron and Andrew Harrison's 28 combined points.
Sun Bowl:Arizona State vs. Duke

Sun Bowl: Arizona State vs. Duke  

Arizona State (9-3) vs. Duke (9-3) in El Paso. The Sun Devils have outstanding offensive threats in receiver Jaelen Strong and RB D.J. Foster. Duke also has a stellar pass catcher in Jamison Crowder and an All-ACC linebacker in David Helton. This is the first time these schools have met.

3 pm Eastern

Trackside Live!

Trackside Live!  

Horse racing from across America, with analysis from the tracks and the studio.

3:30 pm Eastern

Independence Bowl:Miami vs. South Carolina

Independence Bowl: Miami vs. South Carolina  

Miami (6-6) vs. South Carolina (6-6) in Shreveport, La. This matchup features two outstanding offensive performers in the Hurricanes All-ACC RB Duke Johnson and the Gamecocks diminutive receiver Pharoh Cooper. These teams last met in 1987. Miami holds an 8-5-2 series advantage.

4 pm Eastern

College Basketball:Alabama (Birmingham) at North Carolina

College Basketball: Alabama (Birmingham) at North Carolina  

Alabama (Birmingham) at North Carolina.
High-School Football:Bothell vs. Miami Central

High-School Football: Bothell vs. Miami Central  

Bothell vs. Miami Central in a State Champions Bowl Series game at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla.

4:30 pm Eastern

Pinstripe Bowl:Boston College vs. Penn State

Pinstripe Bowl: Boston College vs. Penn State  

Boston College (7-5) vs. Penn State (6-6) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Senior LB Mike Hull anchors an elite Nittany Lions defense against a potent BC ground game led by senior QB Tyler Murphy. The Eagles enter on a four-game bowl skid dating to 2008.

6 pm Eastern

College Basketball:Gonzaga at BYU

College Basketball: Gonzaga at BYU  

Gonzaga at BYU.

7:30 pm Eastern

NHL Hockey:Capitals at Penguins

NHL Hockey: Capitals at Penguins  

Washington at Pittsburgh. The Penguins have won five straight home games for a 13-4-1 mark as the Capitals come to town for the first of four meetings. Pittsburgh is on an eight-game run in the series.

8 pm Eastern

High-School Football:Bingham vs. Booker T Washington

High-School Football: Bingham vs. Booker T Washington  

Bingham vs. Booker T Washington.
Holiday Bowl:Nebraska vs. Southern California

Holiday Bowl: Nebraska vs. Southern California  

Nebraska (9-3) vs. Southern California (8-4) in San Diego. Junior QB Cody Kessler (36 TDs, 4 INTs) and top target Nelson Agholor lead the Trojans against a Cornhuskers squad featuring RB Ameer Abdullah (21 TDs). USC took a 3-0-1 series lead in 2007.

9 pm Eastern

The Quarters

The Quarters  

Quarter-horse racing, analysis and features from Los Alamitos (Cal.) Race Course.

10 pm Eastern

NHL Hockey:Sharks at Kings

NHL Hockey: Sharks at Kings  

San Jose at Los Angeles. Tommy Wingels scored twice here back on Oct. 8 as the Sharks sank the Kings 4-0 in each team's season opener. Antti Niemi made 34 saves for the shutout.

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