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Sunday on the USA Network at 11 a.m. in will be Manchester United hosting Fulham and there should plenty of action to keep you near the TV. At this point of the season it is really hard to say
With the Winter Olympics in full swing starting Saturday you might think that NBC has forgotten about the Premier League games. Rubbish, I say there will be plenty of good contests on Saturday and Sunday. USA Network gets a
OK you can’t watch the 2014 Winter Olympic Opening Ceremonies live from Sochi, Russia and you are bummed. You must wait until 7:30 p.m. tonight when NBC will present all the excitement of a three hour tape delayed event.
We all heard the sad news yesterday that Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner died at his home in California. The 91 year passed away peacefully from natural causes with his family at his side. The news of his death did
Tonight you can watch the Opening Ceremony, 7:30 p.m. on NBC. Sochi, Russia a seaside resort on the Black Sea welcome the world to the 2014 Winter Olympics. Lets go inside the numbers on these games: 30 - the cost
You can always count on the International Olympic Committee to be on the wrong side of political debate. The IOC’s new commander in chief, rather President, Thomas Back is upset with American President Barack Obama, French President Francois Hollande
Your NBC Sports Olympic Planner – Day 1 Tonight’s broadcast will air on NBC only. That is channel 8 WFLA in Tampa, channel 2 WESH in Orlando, and channel 2 WBBH in Ft. Myers. The 8:00 p.m. to 11:
Yesterday we reported that CBS out bid ESPN/ABC, FOX, NBC and Turner Sports to land the coveted Thursday Night NFL Game of the Week package. CBS will air eight early season games that also will be simulcast on NFL Network.
Yesterday was National Signing Day, when high school kids from all over the United States tell the world where they will be playing college football this fall. All of the major media outlets gave Alabama the top spot in
The National Football League will team with long-time broadcast partner CBS to produce and televise Thursday Night Football for the 2014 season, it was announced today by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Les Moonnves the president along with CEO of CBS Corp.,