Sports lineup: Mar. 12

March 11, 2014 

1 p.m. Mark Maloney tweets from the first round of the girls' KHSAA Sweet 16 Tournament. Twitter: @markmaloneyhl

TV, radio

BASEBALL

4 p.m.College: Northern Kentucky at Kentucky WWTF-AM 1580

BASKETBALL

1 p.m.College men: ACC Tournament, ESPN2 Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame

1 p.m.High school girls: Sweet 16 Tournament, WVLK-FM 101.5 Ashland Blazer vs. Henderson County

2:30 p.m.High school girls: Sweet 16 Tournament, WVLK-FM 101.5 Danville vs. Shelby Valley

3 p.m. College men: ACC Tournament, ESPN2 Miami vs. Virginia Tech

6:30 p.m.High school girls: Sweet 16 Tournament, WVLK-FM 101.5 Newport Central Catholic vs. Butler

7 p.m.College men: AAC Tournament, ESPNU Rutgers vs. South Florida

7 p.m.College men: ACC Tournament, ESPN2 Georgia Tech vs. Boston College

7 p.m.College men: Big East Tournament, FS1 Seton Hall vs. Butler

7 p.m.College men: SEC Tournament, CWKYT-27.2 South Carolina vs. Auburn

7 p.m.NBA: Nets at Heat ESPN

7:30 p.m.College men: Patriot League Tournament, CBS Sports American vs. Boston U.

8 p.m.High school girls: Sweet 16 Tournament, WVLK-FM 101.5 Lafayette vs. Glasgow

9:30 p.m.College men: AAC Tournament, ESPN2 Temple vs. Central Florida

9:30 p.m.College men: Big East Tournament, FS1 Georgetown vs. DePaul

9:30 p.m.College men: SEC Tournament, CWKYT-27.2 Mississippi State vs. Vanderbilt

9:30 p.m. NBA: Trail Blazers at Spurs ESPN

10 p.m.NBA: Cavaliers at Suns FS Ohio

HOCKEY

7:30 p.m.NHL: Bruins at Canadiens NBC Sports

HORSE RACING

12:25 p.m.Live racing begins TVG

SOCCER

3:30 p.m.UEFA Champions: Manchester City at Barcelona FS1

WINTER PARALYMPICS

3 p.m.Events TBA (taped) NBC Sports

5 a.m.Ice Sledge Hockey: teams TBD NBC Sports(Thursday)

Around town

BASEBALL

4 p.m.College: Northern Kentucky vs. Kentucky at Cliff Hagan Stadium

HORSE RACING

12:25 p.m.Simulcasting begins at Keeneland

4:30 p.m.Simulcasting begins at The Red Mile

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