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Sunday Sports TV Schedule

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A full day of hoops and NFL playoff football is on deck. Here is how to watch and follow it all:


1:05 p.m.: CBS, AFC Divisional playoff, Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers

4:40 p.m.: FOX, NFC Divisional playoff, New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings


2:30 p.m.: CBS Sports Network, Army at Navy

3 p.m.: NBC Sports Network, Davidson at Fordham

4:30 p.m.: CBS, Northwestern at Indiana

5 p.m. NBC Sports Network, St. Joseph’s at UMass

6 p.m.: ESPNU, North Carolina State at Virginia

7 p.m.: Big Ten Network, Ohio St. at Rutgers

8 p.m.: ESPNU, Utah at Southern Cal


Noon: CBS Sports Network, Army at Navy

Noon: ESPNU, UCF at South Florida

1 p.m.: ESPN2, Tennessee at South Carolina

1 p.m.: SEC Network, LSU at Florida

2 p.m.: Big Ten Network, Penn St. at Wisconsin

2 p.m.: ESPNU, Saint Louis at Dayton

2 p.m.: Fox Sports 1, Baylor at Oklahoma

3 p.m.: ESPN2, Virginia at Duke

3 p.m.: SEC Network, Georgia at Texas A&M

4 p.m.: ESPNU, Alabama at Mississippi St.

4:30 p.m.: CBS Sports Network, Butler at DePaul

5 p.m. SEC Network, Arkansas at Auburn


9 p.m.: ESPN, Portland at Minnesota


12:30 p.m.: NBC, Detroit at Chicago

7:30 p.m.: NBC Sports Network, N.Y. Rangers at Pittsburgh