Sports lineup: Feb. 8

February 7, 2014 

11 a.m.Mark Maloney tweets from the Morehead State-Eastern Kentucky men's basketball game. Twitter: @markmaloneyhl

1 p.m.Mark Maloney tweets from the Morehead State-Eastern Kentucky women's basketball game. Twitter: @markmaloneyhl

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

2:30 p.m.Mike Fields tweets from the boys' basketball Jock Sutherland Classic. Twitter: @MikeFieldsNotes

TV, radio

ATHLETICS

4:30 p.m.New Balance Indoor Grand Prix, at Boston NBC-18SN

BASKETBALL

11 a.m.College men: Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky ESPNU WCYO-FM 100.7

11:30 a.m.College men: S. New Hampshire at St. Anselm CBS Sports

Noon College men: Alabama at Florida ESPN

NoonCollege men: North Carolina at Notre Dame MyTVQ2-36.2

NoonCollege men: Virginia Tech at Florida FS South

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

12:30 p.m.College women: Providence at St. John's FS1

1 p.m.College men: Butler at Georgetown CWKYT-27.2

1 p.m.College men: Cleveland State at Wright State ESPN2

1 p.m.College men: Nebraska at Northwestern ESPNU

1 p.m. College women: Texas Tech at TCU FS Ohio

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

1:30 p.m.College women: Army at Navy CBS Sports

2 p.m.College men: Michigan at Iowa ESPN

2 p.m.College men: N.C. State at Miami FS South

3 p.m.College men: Florida State at Maryland ESPN2

3 p.m.College men: Providence at Xavier FS1

3 p.m.College men: South Carolina at Tennessee ESPNU

3 p.m. College women: Old Dominion at North Texas FS Ohio

4 p.m.College men: Auburn at Louisiana State CBS-27

4 p.m.College men: Navy at Army CBS Sports

4 p.m.College men: TCU at Iowa State MyTVQ2-36.2

4 p.m.College men: West Virginia at Kansas ESPN

5 p.m.College men: Missouri at Mississippi FS South

5 p.m.College men: Oregon at Arizona State FS1

5 p.m.College men: St. Louis at La Salle ESPN2

6 p.m.College men: Boise State at Utah State CBS Sports

6 p.m.College men: Duke at Boston College ESPN

7 p.m.College men: Baylor at Oklahoma ESPN2

7 p.m.High school boys: Central Bank Classic CWKYT-27.2 at Lexington Christian (teams TBD)

7:30 p.m.College men: Cincinnati at SMU ESPNU

7:30 p.m.NBA: Nuggets at Pistons NBA

8 p.m.College men: VCU at St. Joseph's CBS Sports

9 p.m.College men: Gonzaga at Memphis ESPN

9 p.m.College men: Wichita State at Northern Iowa ESPN2

9:30 p.m.College men: Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ESPNU

GOLF

1 p.m.PGA: Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Golf

3 p.m.Champions: Allianz Championship Golf

3 p.m. PGA: Pebble Beach National Pro-Am CBS-27

5:30 a.m.PGA Europe: Joburg Open Golf

HIGH SCHOOL

NoonThe Ball Report CWKYT-27.2

HOCKEY

5 p.m.College men: Michigan at Penn State ESPNU

8 p.m.College men: Maine at Notre Dame NBC Sports

8 p.m.NHL: Ducks at Predators FS South

HORSE RACING

12:25 p.m.Live racing begins TVG

MOTORSPORTS

10:30 p.m.AMA Supercross FS1

RODEO

10 p.m.PBR Built Ford Tough Series CBS Sports

SOCCER

12:30 p.m.Premier League: Cardiff City at Swansea City NBC-18

2:30 p.m. Premier League: Arsenal at Liverpool (taped) NBC Sports

WINTER OLYMPICS

See complete schedule on page C5

Around town

BASKETBALL

2 p.m.High school girls: Robertson County at Sayre

2:30 p.m.High school boys: Jock Sutherland Classic at Lafayette, Augusta vs. Paul Dunbar; Knott County Central vs. Wayne County, 4:15; Louisville Trinity vs. Scott County, 6;Lexington Catholic at Lafayette, 8

5 p.m.High school girls: Menifee County at Lexington Catholic

6:30 p.m.High school girls: Woodford County at Henry Clay

7 p.m.High school boys: Clark County at Lexington Christian

FOOTBALL

7:30 p.m.Indoor: Dayton vs. Bluegrass in Alltech Arena at Kentucky Horse Park

HORSE RACING

12:25 p.m.Simulcasting begins at Keeneland

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

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