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Black Friday Sports TV Schedule: Auburn-Alabama, Arizona-Oregon, Boise State-Nevada, Old Spice Classic

Your Atlanta sports TV schedule. All times ET.

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Football

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Louisville Cardinals at Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 11, ESPN2: The honor of being the worst team in the worst BCS conference is up for grabs. If you're stuck at work all day, missing this game is your consolation for missing the Iron Bowl.

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West Virginia Mountaineers at Pittsburgh Panthers, noon, ABC: The honor of being the worst team to ever make a BCS bowl is sort of up for grabs. The Connecticut Huskies still have the inside track, having beaten both of these teams, but either way it's going to be an exciting photo finish that pisses everybody off.

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No. 2 Auburn Tigers at No. 11 Alabama Crimson Tide, 2:30, CBS: When we were in Bryant-Denny last week for the Georgia St. Panthers game, a nine-year-old Bama fan heckled us by pointing out GSU doesn't have any statues outside their stadium.* Now that's home field advantage. GAME OF THE DAY!

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* We just told him Bama's schedule is soft. He had no retort, as his team was playing Georgia State at the time.

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Colorado Buffaloes at Nebraska Cornhuskers, 3:30, ABC: Why can't every week feature four straight days of football, plus an NFC West Monday nighter just to keep us on our toes? With these teams leaving the Big 12 next year, this will be the last time these "rivals" (Colorado's longest series winning streak: three. Nebraska's: 18.) play for a long time -- and it's the kind of game you'd miss completely if college football wasn't spread from Thursday night to Saturday night this week.

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No. 21 Arizona Wildcats at No. 1 Oregon Ducks, 7, ESPN: Two weeks ago the California Golden Bears proved Oregon is beatable, and Arizona is the second-best team behind the Stanford Cardinal that the Ducks will play until their bowl game.

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No. 4 Boise St. Broncos at No. 19 Nevada Wolf Pack, 10:15, ESPN: You're telling me all three top BCS contenders are playing perhaps their toughest games of the season on a Friday, and Saturday's lineup of games still looks great? College football is superior to all other endeavors.

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Basketball

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Hockey

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