Sports lineup: Jan. 25

January 24, 2014 

1:30 p.m. Jerry Tipton and John Clay tweet from the Georgia-Kentuckymen's basketball game. Twitter: @JerryTipton, @johnclayiv

TV, radio


2 p.m.United Sportscar Championship: Rolex 24 Fox-56


11 a.m.College men: Ohio at Eastern Michigan ESPNU

Noon College men: Florida State at Duke ESPN

NoonCollege men: George Washington at George MasonNBC Sports

NoonCollege men: Maryvill at Drury CBS Sports

NoonCollege men: Virginia Commonwealth at La Salle ESPN2

NoonCollege men: Xavier at Providence FS1

NoonCollege women: Florida International at UBA FS Ohio

12:30 p.m.The Matthew Mitchell Show CWKYT-27.2

1 p.m.College men: Syracuse at Miami CWKYT-27.2

1 p.m.College men: Vanderbilt at Texas A&M ESPNU

1:30 p.m.College men: Georgia at Kentucky WKYT-27 WBUL-FM 98.1, WLAP-AM 630

2 p.m.College men: Boston U at Bucknell CBS Sports

2 p.m.College women: Central Florida at Cincinnati FS Ohio

2 p.m.College men: Villanova at Marquette FS1

2 p.m.College men: West Virginia at Oklahoma State ESPN2

3 p.m.College men: Virginia Tech at Virginia MyTVQ2-36.2

4 p.m.College men: Dayton at Rhode Island CBS Sports

4 p.m.College men: St. John's at Butler FS Ohio

4 p.m.College men: St. Joseph's at Richmond NBC Sports

4 p.m.College men: South Carolina at Missouri WKYT-27

4 p.m.College men: Tennessee at Florida ESPN

4 p.m.College men: Western Kentucky at Louisiana-LafayetteESPN2

6 p.m.College men: Auburn at Arkansas FS South

6 p.m.College men: DePaul at Seton Hall CBS Sports

6 p.m.College men: Pittsburgh at Maryland ESPN2

7 p.m.College men: Connecticut at Rutgers ESPNU

7 p.m.College men: Michigan at Michigan StateESPN, WLXG-AM 1300

7 p.m.NBA: Bulls at Bobcats NBA

8 p.m.College men: Eastern Kentucky at Belmont WCYO-FM 100.7

8 p.m.College men: Georgetown at Creighton FS1

8 p.m.College men: Louisiana State at Alabama ESPN2

8 p.m.College men: Marshall at Louisiana Tech CBS Sports

8 p.m.NBA: Rockets at Grizzlies FS South

9 p.m.College men: Kansas at TCU ESPNU

10 p.m.College men: BYU at Gonzaga ESPN2

10 p.m.College men: Fresno State at UNLV CBS Sports

10 p.m.NBA: Timberwolves at Trail Blazers NBA

11 p.m.College men: San Diego State at Utah State ESPNU


9 p.m.Junior middleweights, Jermell Charlo vs. Gabriel Rosado; Showchampion Lamont Peterson s. Dierry Jean for IBF junior welterweight title

9:45 p.m. Heavyweights, Bryant Jennings vs. Artur Szpilka; HBO champion Mikey Garcia vs. Juan Carlos Burgos for WBO junior lightweight title


2 p.m.X Games ESPN

4 p.m. X Games ABC-36

9 p.m.X Games ESPN


4 p.m.College: Senior Bowl NFL


1 p.m.PGA: Farmers Insurance Open Golf

3 p.m.LPGA: Bahamas Classic Golf

3 p.m. PGA: Farmers Insurance Open CBS


NoonBall Report CWKYT-27.2


7 p.m.College men: Northeastern at Notre Dame NBC Sports

7 p.m.NHL: Sabres at Blue Jackets FS Ohio

10 p.m.NHL: Ducks vs. Kings NBC Sports


12:25 p.m.Live racing begins TVG


8 p.m.UFC: featherweights, Darren Elkins vs. Jeremy Stephens;Fox-56lightweights, Donald Cerrone vs. Adriano Martins;heavyweights, Stipe Miocic vs. Gabriel Gonzaga; lightweights, Benson Henderson vs. Josh Thomson


10:30 p.m.AMA Supercross FS1


2 p.m.USA Sevens NBC Sports

4 p.m. USA Sevens NBC-18


7:30 a.m.FA Cup: Liverpool at Bournemouth FS1

10 a.m.FA Cup: Kidderminster at Sunderland FS1


3 a.m.Australian Open ESPN

Around town


1:30 p.m.College men: Georgia vs. Kentucky at Rupp Arena

1:30 p.m.High school girls: Bob Tripure Classic at Henry Clay,Caverna vs. Mason County; Bourbon County vs. Tates Creek, 4;Bath County vs. Lafayette, 5:30; Marion County at Henry Clay, 8

7:30 p.m.High school boys: Western Hills at Lexington Catholic

7:45 p.m.High school girls: Paul Dunbar at Bryan Station


11:55 p.m.College men: Appalachian State vs. Eastern Kentucky at Lexington Ice Center


12:25 p.m.Simulcasting begins at Keeneland

12:30 p.m.Simulcasting begins at The Red Mile


10 a.m.College: McCravy Memorial Meet at Kentucky's Nutter Field House

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