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College Football Sat. TV Schedule, 12/11: Army-Navy, UFC 124, Heisman Trophy Presentation, FCS Playoffs, High School Football Playoffs

Your Atlanta sports TV schedule. All times ET.

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Football

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Villanova Wildcats at Appalachian St. Mountaineers, noon, ESPN: This year's national title favorite meets last year's champion -- so basically the Iron Bowl minus cross-state hatred and the possibility that the final score may no longer exist some day. If you've never watched an FCS playoff game, you should start with this one. Boone's home crowd gets at hype as anybody's -- yes, FCS playoff teams actually get to host postseason games.

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Clinch County Panthers at Savannah Christian Raiders, 1, GPB

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Georgia Southern Eagles at Wofford Terriers, 2, ESPN3: A rematch of a close game, two different option-run attacks, a handful of future NFL players on offense and defense -- seriously, a lack of FBS games this Saturday does not mean a lack of good football matchups.

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Army Black Knights at Navy Midshipmen, 2:30, CBS: The greatest rivalry in American sports? Believe it. The only game that can make any NFL stadium feel downright collegiate. The Mids are riding an eight-game winning streak during which they've taken control of the series record and are favored by a touchdown this year, but this is still your GAME OF THE DAY!

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Sandy Creek Patriots at Carrolton Warriors, 4:30, GPB

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Heisman Trophy Presentation, 8, ESPN: You guys know Cam Newton's going to win, right? Your drinking game events should include mentions of the word Cecil and father, promos for the SMU 30 for 30, reminders that Newton and LaMichael James will face each other in like 40-something days, Newton saying something religious, Andrew Luck NFL Draft references, and comments on Mark Ingram voting for an Auburn player.

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Colquitt County Packers at Brookwood Broncos, 8, GPB

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"Pony Excess" 30 for 30, 9, ESPN: So far the best edition of 30 for 30 was last year's Heisman follow-up on the U, and this one should rank right up there. Have all the best films in this series been about college football, or is that just me?

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MMA

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UFC 124, 10, PPV: All the UFC 124 coverage you could ever possibly handle right here.

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Basketball

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.