What we'll see: Blue-White Game, World Series, final week of Keeneland

October 20, 2012 

Saturday will be your final chance to watch live racing at Keeneland until next spring.

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What we'll see


The Bengals (3-3) have a chance to shake up the AFC North race when the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3) visit Cincinnati. After unexpected losses to Miami and Cleveland — and with games upcoming against Denver and the New York Giants, this one almost rises to must-win status. One problem: The Bengals have lost four in a row to the Steelers and nine of their last 11. (8:20 p.m., NBC-18)


Coach John Calipari has talked about how his young Kentucky basketball team might be vulnerable to an upset early this season, but here's a game the Wildcats are sure to win. The team's annual Blue-White Game in Rupp Arena gives fans their first competitive look at the squad that will defend UK's national championship. (7 p.m., WKYT-27, Fox Sports South)


Major League Baseball's 108th World Series gets under way with the Detroit Tigers in search of their first championship since 1984. The series begins with two games at the home of the National League champs, followed by three in Detroit and the final two back in either St. Louis or San Francisco, if necessary. (Time TBA, Fox-56)


Henry Clay represents the 11th Region at the state volleyball tournament at Valley High School in Louisville. The Blue Devils take on 16th Region champion Russell in the first round, one of eight games on opening day. The quarterfinals, semifinals and finals will be held Saturday. (1 p.m.)


Keeneland's Fall Meet comes to a close with a 10-race card. The featured race is the Grade II, $150,000 Fayette Stakes. (First post, 1:05 p.m.)


If you love high school soccer, this is your day. The girls will play four state quarterfinal games at Lafayette (1, 3, 5 and 7 p.m.) while the boys do the same at Henry Clay.


The Kentucky football team makes its first trip to Columbia, Mo., since 1965 to take on Missouri. The Tigers are winless (0-4) in their first go-round as a member of the Southeastern Conference, so this one is shaping up as a battle to avoid the Eastern Division cellar. (Noon, ESPNU)

Mathew Graf

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