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Your Sports TV Schedule, Saturday 12/4

The college football postseason should come into clearer focus after today, including the BCS -- those of us rooting for underdogs to make the BCS can root against Auburn and Oregon. There's also a big slate of college basketball all day and evening.

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11:30 a.m., CBS-2: College basketball, No. 12 Kentucky at North Carolina.

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12 noon, Big Ten Network: College basketball, Harvard at Michigan. Now here's a mismatch, even with Michigan not being what they once were (they're maybe the eighth or ninth best team in the Big Ten).

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2:30 p.m., ABC-7: College football, No. 1 Oregon at Oregon State. If Oregon loses, the chances of TCU making the title game increase.

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2:30 p.m., ESPN2: College basketball, Alabama at No. 18 Purdue.

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3 p.m., Comcast 100: AHL, Wolves at Bulldogs. The Bulldogs call Hamilton, Ontario home.

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3 p.m., CBS-2: College football, SEC title game, No. 2 Auburn vs. South Carolina at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. If Auburn loses, the chances of TCU making the title game increase. If both Auburn and Oregon lose, the BCS could be up for grabs. Now wouldn't that be fun?

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4:15 p.m., ESPN: College basketball, No. 21 Illinois vs. Gonzaga at Seattle.

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4:30 p.m., ESPN2: College basketball, North Carolina State at No. 7 Syracuse.

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6:45 p.m., ESPN: College football, ACC title game, No. 20 Florida State vs. No. 12 Virginia Tech at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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7 p.m., WGN: NBA, Bulls vs. Rockets at the United Center. The Bulls look to get back on track after losing two straight.

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7 p.m., Big Ten Network: College basketball, Cornell at No. 13 Minnesota. Today, apparently, is "Big Ten Picks On The Ivy League Day." The Deep Dish is reminded of what Northwestern students used to yell at Illinois students when the Illini beat up on them: "That's all right, that's OK, we're gonna be your boss someday!"

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7 p.m., ABC-7: College football, Big 12 title game, No. 10 Oklahoma vs. No. 13 Nebraska at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas. This is the last Big 12 title game, because Nebraska and Colorado are both leaving after this year, and the NCAA requires conferences to have at least 12 teams for a title game. The Big Ten will welcome Nebraska next year; it will have 12 teams and a title game, while the Big 12 will have 10 teams and no title game. And all of that makes about as much sense as the BCS.