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NFL Playoff Schedule: Ravens/Steelers, Falcons/Packers, Also Bulls/Heat On TV 1/15

You have a dilemma today. At 7 p.m. CST, the Packers will kick off against the Falcons in their NFL divisional playoff game. At the same time, the Bulls tip off against the Heat in their only Chicago meeting of the NBA regular season. What to do? What to watch? You may need multiple TV's to accomplish watching both. (Not to mention the Blackhawks also in action tonight.) In the meantime, you can warm up with the Ravens/Steelers NFL playoff matchup, or tons of Top 25 and Big Ten college basketball.

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10 a.m., ESPN2: College basketball, Marquette at No. 17 Louisville. Yes, 10 a.m. Are you even awake yet?

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11 a.m., WCIU-DT 26.2 (U Too): College basketball, Cincinnati at No. 4 Syracuse.

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12 noon, Big Ten Network: College basketball, Northwestern at No. 24 Michigan State.

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12 noon, ESPN2: College basketball, No. 12 Missouri at Texas A&M.

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12 noon, WCIU-DT 26.2 (U Too): College basketball, No. 9 Connecticut at DePaul.

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1 p.m., ESPN: College basketball, Virginia at No. 1 Duke.

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2 p.m., Big Ten Network: College basketball, No. 16 Illinois at No. 21 Wisconsin.

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3:30 p.m., CBS-2: NFL playoffs, Ravens at Steelers.

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4:30 p.m, Big Ten Network: College basketball, Penn State at No. 2 Ohio State. Perhaps Penn State can pull off their second upset of a ranked team this week.

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7 p.m., WGN (Chicago only): NBA, Bulls vs. Heat at the United Center. This game is also available nationally on NBA-TV.

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7 p.m., CSN Chicago: NHL, Blackhawks at Predators.

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7 p.m., Fox-32: NFL playoffs, Packers at Falcons.

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7 p.m., Comcast 100: AHL, Wolves vs. Ice Hogs at Allstate Arena. Just in case you don't have enough choices for this time slot.