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The NFL players are in the Conference Championship Round today, while plenty of hoops is on TV as well. Here’s how to watch it all:

Pro Football

3 p.m. NFC championship: Green Bay at Atlanta // FOX

6:30 p.m. AFC championship: Pittsburgh at New England // CBS

NHL

College Hoops

Noon St. John's at Seton Hall // FS1

1 p.m. Northwestern at Ohio St. // Big Ten Network

2 p.m. Georgetown at Xavier // CBS

2 p.m. Saint Louis at Dayton // CBS Sports Network

2 p.m. La Salle at VCU // NBC Sports Network

4 p.m. UCF at Memphis // CBS Sports Network

6 p.m. East Carolina at UConn // CBS Sports Network

6:30 p.m. Virginia Tech at Clemson // ESPNU

8:30 p.m. Arizona St. at Southern Cal // ESPNU

Women’s College Hoops

Noon North Dame at North Carolina // ESPNU

1 p.m. Tulane at UConn // ESPN2

1 p.m. Florida at Georgia // SEC Network

2 p.m. Louisville at South Florida // ESPNU

3 p.m. Rutgers at Maryland // ESPN2

3 p.m. Kentucky at Auburn // SEC

5 p.m. Purdue at Michigan St. // Big Ten Network

5 p.m. Vanderbilt at Tennessee // ESPN2

5 p.m. LSU at Texas A&M // SEC Network

12:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Detroit // NBC

5 p.m. Columbus at Ottawa // Fox Ohio

8 p.m. Nashville at Minnesota // Fox South

Tennis

9 p.m. Australian Open: round of 16, at Melbourne, Australia // ESPN2

Golf

3 p.m. PGA Tour: CareerBuilder Challenge, final round, at La Quinta, Calif. // Golf Channel