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Sunday Sports TV Schedule

Former Spartan Trae Waynes and the Vikings are one win away from a Super Bowl berth.

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A loaded day of sports is on deck, highlighted by NFL conference title games. Here is how to watch it all:


3 p.m.: CBS, AFC Championship, Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots

6:30 p.m.: FOX, NFC Championship, Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles


Noon: FOX, Boston College at Louisville

Noon: Big Ten Network, Rutgers at Michigan

4 p.m.: ESPNU, Loyola of Chicago at Valparaiso

6 p.m.: ESPNU, Virginia at Wake Forest

8 p.m.: ESPNU, Washington St. at Utah


7:30 p.m.: ESPN, Women, United States vs. Denmark, at San Diego


Noon: CBS Sports Network, George Washington at Dayton

Noon: ESPNU, South Carolina at Kentucky

Noon: Fox Sports 1, Marquette at Villanova

1 p.m.: ESPN2, UConn at Temple

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

2 p.m.: CBS Sports Network, DePaul at Georgetown

2 p.m.: ESPNU, Tulsa at Tulane

3 p.m.: ESPN2, Mississippi St. at Tennessee

3 p.m.: SEC Network, Auburn at Georgia

4 p.m.: CBS Sports Network, South Florida at Wichita St.

5 p.m.: ESPN2, Florida St. at Louisville

5 p.m.: SEC Network, Arkansas at Missouri

5:30 p.m.: Big Ten Network, Northwestern at Wisconsin