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Your Sports TV Schedule, Friday 11/26

Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn’t mean the feast of sports is over on TV. There’s plenty of college football, college basketball, and NBA and NHL action all day and evening. The Bulls and Blackhawks are both back in action.

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11 a.m., ABC-7: College football, West Virginia at Pittsburgh. Both teams have had better years, frankly.

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1:30 p.m., CBS-2: College football, No. 2 Auburn at No. 11 Alabama. This game has BCS implications — an Alabama win could send Boise State to the title game.

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2:30 p.m., ABC-7: College football, Colorado at No. 15 Nebraska.

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3 p.m., WGN: NHL, Blackhawks at Ducks. The Blackhawks play a rare Friday afternoon game today in Anaheim.

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3 p.m., Big Ten Network: College basketball, Miami (Ohio) vs. No. 3 Ohio State. Even in basketball, the Buckeyes can’t resist picking on the little guy.

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4 p.m., ESPN: College basketball, NIT Season Tip-Off, title game: Tennessee vs. No. 7 Villanova.

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6 p.m., ESPN: College football, No. 20 Arizona at No. 1 Oregon. Another game with BCS implications. If both Oregon and Auburn lose and Boise State doesn’t make the title game, something’s wrong with the BCS. (Something’s wrong with it anyway, but that would be really wrong.)

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6 p.m., ESPN2: NBA, Rockets at Bobcats.

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6:30 p.m., ESPNU: College basketball, Old Spice Classic, Georgia vs. No. 20 Temple.

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7 p.m., Comcast 100: AHL, Wolves at Rivermen. That’s a short trip to Peoria.

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7 p.m., HDNet: College basketball, Legends Classic: No. 10 Syracuse vs. Michigan. HDNet is Mark Cuban’s creation.

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7:30 p.m., Big Ten Network: College basketball, Chicago Invitational: Southern Illinois vs. No. 8 Purdue.

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8 p.m., CSN Chicago: NBA, Bulls at Nuggets. Fresh off their exciting double-overtime win over the Suns Wednesday, the Bulls go for a winning circus trip tonight in Denver.

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8:30 p.m., ESPN2: NBA, Warriors at Grizzlies.

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9:15 p.m., ESPN: College football, No. 3 Boise State at No. 19 Nevada. This will be Boise State’s toughest test in their quest for BCS glory.