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Tuesday TV Schedule: Hawks-Heat, Tennessee-Georgia, Australian Open

Your Atlanta sports TV time and channel schedule. All times ET. As always, click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. And check ESPN3, too.

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Basketball

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Tennessee Volunteers at Georgia Bulldogs, 7, ESPNU: The freshly unranked Fox Hounds can get it right against the wildly streaky and totally spastic Vols, who are capable of losing to any team at any time and will still be without head coach Bruce Pearl. But this is still the same bunch that beat the Pittsburgh Panthers, sort of. The Dawgs can get it done at Stegeman, where they've yet to lose. Eight of their last 14 games are at home, too.

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Atlanta Hawks at Miami Heat, 7:30, SportSouth: The Heat could be without Chris Bosh, with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade banged up, meaning God doesn't entirely hate Atlanta sports at all times and in every instance. Now of course if the Hawks can't take advantage, then you still have an argument there. Did you know the Hawks can close to within two games of the Heat in the division with a win tonight?

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Michigan St. Spartans at Illinois Fighting Illini, 7, ESPN

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Colorado Buffaloes at Nebraska Cornhuskers, 7, ESPN2

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Georgetown Hoyas at Seton Hall, 7, ESPN3

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Clemson Tigers at North Carolina Tar Heels, 8, WATL

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Kentucky Wildcats at Alabama Crimson Tide, 9, ESPN

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Hockey

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Montreal Canadiens at Buffalo Sabres, 7:30, Versus

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Tennis

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Australian Open, 9, ESPN2

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