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TV Schedule 12/18: College Football Bowl Games, Georgia Southern-Delaware FCS Playoffs, Devils-Thrashers

Your Atlanta sports TV schedule. All times ET. Complete bowl game TV schedule here. As always, click on any team's name for full schedules, rosters, and news from around our communities.

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Football

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Delta St. Statesmen vs. Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs, 11, ESPN2: Not only do the Statesmen have the world's courtliest nickname, they play in the Gulf South Conference alongside two Georgia schools (Valdosta State and West Georgia) and play Albany State out of conference. Voila! Early morning rooting interests have been decided for you.

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Georgia Southern Eagles at Delaware Blue Hens, noon, ESPNU: Previews and live coverage right chea as the Eagles attempt to reach the FCS Championship Game for the first time in a decade. Delaware's air game is a menace, but today glorious Eagle Creek water flows north. Maybe it already does. But not all the way to Delaware usually.

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New Mexico Bowl: BYU Cougars vs. UTEP Miners, 2, ESPN: We've taken to calling it New Mexico Bowl V, but you can feel free to call it the first of 34 FBS postseason games that have absolutely no bearing on who winds up being declared national champ. A true patriot would skip this game entirely, out of respect for the game with actual ramifications on the U.

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Humanitarian Bowl: Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Fresno St. Bulldogs, 5:30, ESPN: My favorite Paul Johnson quote was one he made in defense of Georgia Tech's loss to Iowa at the Orange Bowl last year. It was something about how at least Tech isn't getting its ass kicked by Fresno in Boise anymore. That's not entirely relevant to this game, other than hey Fresno's in Boise. After enjoying last night's red Eastern Washington field, who could go back to blue turf?

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New Orleans Bowl: Ohio Bobcats vs. Troy Trojans, 9, ESPN: This game will be played.

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Basketball

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Hockey

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New Jersey Devils at Atlanta Thrashers, 7, Fox Sports South: Previews and coverage of Ilya Kovalchuk's return? Indeed!

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