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103nd Grey Cup
FANFOOD Thanksgiving



As we head into the month of November, We will say goodbye to baseball and hello to basketball. The National Basketball Association and the NCAA begin play to determine a champion. We got you covered with everything hoops, the Full NBA November Schedule,  NCAA College Basketball Season Previews by Conference and links, and the complete NCAA CB Schedule for November. And of course, we have the FANFOOD TOP 10 NBA teams and FANFOOD TOP 10 NCAA College Basketball squads.

But let’s not forget about Football. The NFL enters it’s second half and we are starting to think about playoffs, yes PLAYOFFS. Speaking of playoffs, the NCAA is in it’s third season with the College Football Playoff (CFP) Systemin this article you will find links to the most current information from the College Football Selection Committee, the group that picks the 4 Schools that will compete for the Trophy. Click here for the FULL NFL Schedule in November and the remaining games in the NCAA.

Keeping with the Playoff Theme, NASCAR is in the midst of it’s own. 8 Drivers remain in the Eliminator Round, with the Top 4 Drivers competing for the Championship on November 20th in Miami.

And in Professional Tennis, the ATP has a Tournament of it’s own to crown a Champion. The Barclays ATP World Tour FINALS are being held in London, November 13th – 20th. Eight players are divided into two groups of four and play three round-robin matches each against the other players in their group. The two players with the best records in each group progress to the semifinals, with the winners meeting in the final to determine the champion.

Finally, later in the month the 104th Grey Cup will be played to decide the champion for the 2016 CFL season. It will be played on November 27, 2016, at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario

Of course, when we think of November, we think of Thanksgiving, and whether this is your first time hosting a Dinner, or you are a Seasoned Pro, we got a ton of information for you to use from helpful tips and tricks, recipes for the bird and our favorite sides, to how to carve the beast, and all the games you can watch while you are doing it.

November is a great time for sports, and here is your guide.



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Two teams with lengthy championship droughts meet in the 2016 World Series, which began on Tuesday night – 10/25.

The Cleveland Indians will possess home-field advantage thanks to an American League victory in the All-Star Game, and reached this point by bumping the Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays. The Chicago Cubs, baseball’s best team during the regular season, got here by defeating the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers. It’s the Indians’ first time here since 1997, and the Cubs’ first time here since 1945.

It’s been an entertaining series so far as the Cubs won game 4 at home to force the series back to Cleveland.

Here is the schedule and broadcast information for this year’s best-of-seven ALCS. All start times are ET.


Tuesday, October 25
World Series Game 1 FOX 8pm - CLE 6 – CHI 0

Wednesday, October 26
World Series Game 2 FOX 7pm - CHI 5 – CLE 1

Friday, October 28
World Series Game 3 FOX 8pm - CLE 1 – CHI 0 

Saturday, October 29
World Series Game 4 FOX 8pm - CLE 7 – CHI 2

Sunday, October 30
World Series Game 5* FOX 8pm - CHI 3 – CLE 2 

Tuesday, November 1
World Series Game 6* FOX 8pm

Wednesday, November 2
World Series Game 7* FOX 8pm
*=if necessary


Another way to catch a World Series live stream is with MLB.TV. This service is the official streaming service of the MLB, and with it you can watch all World Series games that air on the main FOX channel.

If you are a verified customer of a participating cable or video service provider, you can gain authenticated access with MLB.TV, which will allow you to watch a World Series stream live every game that airs on FOX. But that’s only if you have cable. If you do not have cable or can’t authenticate your subscription, then you won’t be able to watch the World Series stream live, but you can still watch a replay of the game starting 90 minutes after the live broadcast concludes. If you don’t have cable, tune into your local FOX network over the air.



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Right now it’s the Patriots and then everyone else. They have better coaching, better weapons, a better QB, and the best schedule (minus CIN) in the NFL.  They are poised to win the division, home field advantage throughout the playoffs, and a trip to Houston for SB LI. No other team is close, and it’s sad.


FANFOOD Top 10 NFL Teams heading into November ’16:


  1. Patriots
  2. Broncos
  3. Seahawks
  4. Cowboys
  5. Vikings
  6. Packers
  7. Chiefs
  8. Eagles
  9. Steelers
  10. Cardinals



2016 -17 NFL Schedule Grid


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 – WEEK 9 -


Thursday, November 3
NFLNTNF8:25 PMFalcons/Buccaneers
Sunday, November 6
FOXSingle1:00 PMEagles/Giants
4:05 PMPanthers/Rams
CBSDouble (early)1:00 PMJets/Dolphins
Double (late)4:25 PMColts/Packers
NBCSNF8:30 PMBroncos/Raiders
Monday, November 7
ESPNMNF8:15 PMBills/Seahawks


 – WEEK 10 -


Thursday, November 10
NFLNTNF8:25 PMBrowns/Ravens
Sunday, November 13
CBSSingle1:00 PMChiefs/Panthers
4:05 PMDolphins/Chargers
FOXDouble (early)1:00 PMFalcons/Eagles
Double (late)4:25 PMCowboys/Steelers
NBCSNF8:30 PMSeahawks/Patriots
Monday, November 14
ESPNMNF8:15 PMBengals/Giants



 – WEEK 11 -


Thursday, November 17
NBC, NFLNTNF8:25 PMSaints/Panthers
Sunday, November 20
FOXSingle1:00 PMBears/Giants
4:05 PMDolphins/Rams
CBSDouble (early)1:00 PMRavens/Cowboys
Double (late)4:25 PMPatriots/49ers
NBCSNF8:30 PMPackers/Redskins
Monday, November 21
ESPNMNF8:15 PMTexans/Raiders

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 – WEEK 12 -


Thursday, November 24
CBSSpecial12:30 PMVikings/Lions
FOXSpecial4:30 PMRedskins/Cowboys
NBCSpecial8:30 PMSteelers/Colts
Sunday, November 27
FOXSingle1:00 PMCardinals/Falcons
4:05 PMSeahawks/Bucs
CBSDouble (early)1:00 PMTitans/Bears
Double (late)4:25 PMChiefs/Broncos
NBCSNF8:30 PMPatriots/Jets
Monday, November 28
ESPNMNF8:15 PMPackers/Eagles




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College football just got its closest thing yet to a 2016 mayhem Saturday, with four unbeaten teams falling in late October, leaving us with just five in FBS.

Wisconsin knocked off Nebraska late,

Charlie Strong bought himself time by wrecking Baylor,

Oklahoma State beat up West Virginia, and Wyoming’s dancing after beating Boise State for the first time ever.

Below, updated College Football Playoff picks and bowl projections from sbnation, with the top of the postseason looking more eerily established as time goes on. Always trust in college football to provide chaos, but we’re running out of opportunities for it to strike this year’s group of early rulers.

Elsewhere, Clemson survived at Florida State amid a call that has Jimbo Fisher raging,

Lamar Jackson added his Heisman Moment, and Washington passed its first actual test of the year.

To the bowl game picks, and then a bunch more stuff from Saturday! The year’s first official Playoff rankings come out on Tuesday night, which should help change up next week’s edition of projections.


College Football Playoff
Dec. 31, Glendale, AZ
ClemsonMichiganPlayoff rankings top 4
Dec. 31, Atlanta
AlabamaWashingtonPlayoff rankings top 4
National Championship
Jan. 9, Tampa
AlabamaMichiganFiesta winner vs. Peach winner


So, like, yeah, that’s super obvious. Those are the last four unbeaten Power 5 conference teams, a tidy one per non-Big 12 league.

The thing is: it’s even more stratified than it looks, at least until conference championships. It’s easy to see how any of the four could absorb a loss, as long as it’s not to a specific division contender.

  • The exception is Clemson, which can now lose one regular season game and likely still make it in.
  • Auburn or LSU could still stop Bama, but would have to win out.
  • Michigan’s game at Ohio State would count as the division championship, if OSU didn’t lose again beforehand, so that remains on course to be the regular season’s most important game.
  • And Washington-Washington State could be the same for the Pac-12 North, albeit without Playoff stakes for the Cougars.

But otherwise, it’s not easy to see exactly how things shake up. So we’ll wait.

To be honest, the dream scenario at this point is for all four to hit the Playoff at 13-0. Can you imagine? Ain’t gonna happen, but that’s why it’s a dream.


New Year’s Six bowls
Jan. 2, Arlington, TX
Western MichiganLSUAt-large
Jan. 2, Pasadena, CA
Ohio StateUtahBig Ten 1 vs. Pac-12 1
Jan. 2, New Orleans
OklahomaTexas A&MBig 12 1 vs. SEC 1
Dec. 30, Miami
LouisvilleWisconsinACC vs. Big Ten/SEC/ND


And there’s the other undefeated team, WMU, in as the New Year’s Six bowls’ mid-major autobid. With Boise State no longer undefeated and the AAC fresh out of one-loss teams, WMU is the easy favorite here. And its win over Northwestern is becoming decent, with NU taking Ohio State to the wire and probably making a bowl.

The others are set up according to the committee’s top-ranked teams from certain conferences. WMU-Wisconsin would probably be more fun than WMU-whoever, since the Broncos already have two Big Ten West wins this season and would deserve a shot at the division’s best team, but the Badgers ranking behind an LSU team they’ve beaten doesn’t seem too likely, if records are comparable.


Conference selection order, not based on standings
Jan. 2, Tampa
Penn StateFloridaBig Ten 2-4 vs. SEC 3-8
Dec. 31, Orlando
NebraskaTennesseeBig Ten 2-4/ACC vs. SEC 2
Dec. 31, Jacksonville
MiamiKentuckyACC 3-6/Big Ten 5-7 vs. SEC 3-8
Music City
Dec. 30, Nashville
IndianaSouth CarolinaACC 3-6/Big Ten 5-7 vs. SEC 3-8
Dec. 30, Memphis
TexasGeorgiaBig 12 5 vs. SEC 3-8
Dec. 30, El Paso, TX
PittArizona StateACC 3-6 vs. Pac-12 5
Dec. 30, Tucson
Air ForceTroyMWC vs. Sun Belt
Dec. 29, San Antonio
Oklahoma StateWashington StateBig 12 2 vs. Pac-12 2
Dec. 29, Charlotte
Virginia TechAuburnACC 3-6 vs. SEC 3-8
Dec. 29
USFOle MissAmerican vs. SEC 9
Foster Farms
Dec. 28, Santa Clara, CA
IowaUSCBig Ten 5-7 vs. Pac-12 4
Dec. 28, New York City
North CarolinaMarylandACC 3-6 vs. Big Ten 5-7
Russell Athletic
Dec. 28, Orlando
Florida StateWest VirginiaACC 2 vs. Big 12 3
Dec. 28, Houston
BaylorArkansasBig 12 4 vs. SEC 3-8
Dec. 27, Tempe, AZ
Texas TechStanfordBig 12 6 vs. Pac-12 7
Heart of Dallas
Dec. 27
Army*WKUBig Ten vs. C-USA
Dec. 27, San Diego
MinnesotaColoradoBig Ten 2-4 vs. Pac-12 3
Dec. 27, Annapolis, MD
Georgia TechHoustonACC vs. American
Dec. 26, Shreveport, LA
Kansas State*Temple*ACC vs. SEC
St. Petersburg
Dec. 26
Wake ForestCincinnatiACC vs. American
Quick Lane
Dec. 26, Detroit, MI
Boston College**NorthwesternACC vs. Big Ten
Dec. 24, Honolulu
Idaho*HawaiiC-USA vs. MWC
Dollar General
Dec. 23, Mobile, AL
ToledoSouth AlabamaMAC 1 vs. Sun Belt 2
Armed Forces
Dec. 23, Fort Worth, TX
TCUNavyBig 12 vs. Navy
Dec. 23, Nassau
TulsaEMUAmerican vs. MAC
Dec. 22, Boise, ID
OhioWyomingMAC 2 vs. MWC
Dec. 21, San Diego
BYUSan Diego StateBYU vs. MWC
Boca Raton
Dec. 20
MemphisSouthern MissAmerican vs. C-USA
Miami Beach
Dec. 19
SMUAkronAmerican vs. MAC
Las Vegas
Dec. 17
Boise StateUCLAMWC 1 vs. Pac-12 6
Dec. 17, Montgomery, AL
CMUAppalachian StateMAC 3 vs. Sun Belt 3
Dec. 17, Orlando
UCFGeorgia SouthernAmerican vs. Sun Belt
New Mexico
Dec. 17, Albuquerque
MTSUNew MexicoC-USA vs. MWC
New Orleans
Dec. 17
UL LafayetteLA TechSun Belt 1 vs. C-USA


* = filling another conference’s spot
** = here at 5-7 thanks to APR scores



The College Football Playoff (CFP) is a big success. Fans, including many who are new to the sport, enjoy it. The first College Football Playoff semifinals and national championship were the three most-viewed programs in cable television history.


Every Game Counts
The playoff preserves the excitement and significance of college football’s unique regular season where every game counts.

Four Teams
The selection committee ranks the teams based on conference championships won, strength of schedule, head-to-head results, comparison of results against common opponents and other factors.

Two Days
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day belong to college football, with two semifinal games and four other top bowl games continuing a wonderful tradition.

One Goal
The two teams winning the playoff semifinals compete for the College Football Playoff National Championship. That game is in a different city each year, always on a Monday night.


Universal Access
Every FBS team has equal access to the College Football Playoff based on its performance. No team automatically qualifies.


More Revenue
The format increases revenue for all conferences and independent institutions.


University presidents and chancellors from all 10 FBS conferences and Notre Dame serve on the College Football Playoff Board of Managers and govern the administrative operations, with commissioners (the management committee) managing the event. A small staff in the playoff office in Irving, Texas, carries out the day-to-day responsibilities.


Selection Committee
A talented group of high-integrity individuals with experience as coaches, student-athletes, college administrators and journalists, along with sitting athletics directors, comprise the selection committee. Members of the committee are: Jeff Long (chair), Barry Alvarez, Mike Gould, Pat Haden, Kirby Hocutt, Tom Jernstedt, Bobby Johnson, Tom Osborne, Dan Radakovich, Condoleezza Rice, Mike Tranghese, Steve Wieberg and Tyrone Willingham.


Selection Committee Responsibilities
Rank the top 25 teams and assign the top four to semifinal sites.
Assign teams to New Year’s bowls.
Create competitive matchups.
Attempt to avoid rematches of regular-season games and repeat appearances in specific bowls.
Consider geography.


Participants in the New Year’s Bowls
Both participants in the Orange, Rose and Sugar Bowls are contracted outside the playoff arrange­ment (Big Ten and Pac-12 to Rose Bowl; SEC and Big 12 to Sugar Bowl; ACC to Orange Bowl against the highest ranked available team from the SEC, Big Ten and Notre Dame). If a conference champion qualifies for the playoff, then the bowl will choose a replacement from that conference. When those bowls host the semifinals and their contracted conference champions do not qualify, then the dis­placed champion(s) will play in one of the other New Year’s bowls.

When not hosting semifinals, the Cotton, Fiesta and Peach Bowls will welcome displaced conference champions and the top-ranked champion from a non-contract conference. The highest-ranked available teams will fill any other berths. The selection committee will make the pairings.


2016 Rankings

The committee will begin to produce rankings following week nine of the college football season. Members will again meet in person, on Mondays and Tuesdays. The committee will issue its first rankings Tuesday, November 1, with subsequent rankings taking place the next five weeks. The rankings will be revealed each week on ESPN’s College Football Playoff: Top 25. The final selection committee rankings of 2016 will be released on Selection Day, Sunday, December 4. At this time, the selection committee will announce Playoff Semifinal matchups, New Year’s bowl pairings, and the final Top 25 exclusively via College Football Playoff Selection Day programming on ESPN.

Below is the complete schedule for the selection committee rankings announcement on ESPN:

November 1 – 7 p.m. ET
November 8 – 7 p.m. ET
November 15 – 9 p.m. ET*
November 22 – 7 p.m. ET
November 29 – 7 p.m. ET
December 4 (Selection Day and Playoff Semifinal teams announced) – Noon ET


*Approximate start time will be 9 p.m. from the Champions Classic basketball doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. The rankings will be revealed live between the Kentucky vs. Michigan State and Duke vs. Kansas basketball games.


Here are the FANFOOD TOP NCAA Football Teams – NOV’16:


Full AP Top 25 

1. Alabama

2. Michigan

3. Clemson

4. Washington

5. Louisville

6. Ohio State

7. Nebraska

8. Baylor

9. Texas A&M

10. West Virginia

click here for the full AP Top 25 poll



NCAAF on TV – November ’16:


Tuesday, November 1
8:00 PMW. Michigan/Ball StateESPN2 or
8:00 PMBowling Green/N. IllinoisESPN2 or
Wednesday, November 2
7:30 PMToledo/AkronESPN2
Thursday, November 3
6:00 PMBuffalo/OhioCBSSN
7:30 PMOklahoma/Iowa StateESPN
7:30 PMArkansas State/Ga. StateESPNU
9:00 PMUCLA/ColoradoFS1
Friday, November 4
6:00 PMCMU/Miami (OH)CBSSN
7:00 PMTemple/UConnESPN2
Saturday, November 5
11:30 AMNotre Dame/NavyCBS
from Jacksonville
12:00 PMAir Force/ArmyCBSSN
12:00 PMTo be announcedFS1
3:30 PMTo be announcedCBS
3:30 PMTo be announcedFS1
5:30 PMFIU/W. KentuckyBeIN
7:30 PMTo be announcedFOX
7:30 PMIowa/Penn StateBTN
8:00 PMTo be announcedCBS
8:00 PMNebraska/Ohio StateABC, ESPN
or ESPN2
Tuesday, November 8 (Election Day)
7:30 PME. Michigan/Ball StateCBSSN
7:30 PMW. Michigan/Kent StateCBSSN
Wednesday, November 9
8:00 PMToledo/Northern IllinoisESPN2
Thursday, November 10
7:30 PMNorth Carolina/DukeESPN
7:30 PMUL-Lafayette/Ga. SouthernESPNU
9:30 PMUtah/Arizona StateFS1
Friday, November 11
7:30 PMBoston College/FSUESPN2
Saturday, November 12
12:00 PMTo be announcedCBS
12:00 PMTulsa/NavyCBSSN
12:00 PMTo be announcedFS1
12:00 PMTo be announced (Big 12)FSN
3:30 PMArmy/Notre DameNBC
from San Antonio
3:30 PMTo be announcedCBS
3:30 PMTo be announcedFS1
7:30 PMTo be announcedFOX
7:30 PMMinnesota/NebraskaBTN
8:00 PMMichigan/IowaABC, ESPN
or ESPN2
10:00 PMTo be announced (Pac-12)FS1
Tuesday, November 15
TBDKent State/Bowling GreenESPN2 or
TBDOhio State/C. MichiganESPN2 or
Wednesday, November 16
7:00 PMBall State/ToledoESPN2 or
TBDN. Illinois/EMUESPN2 or
Thursday, November 17
8:00 PMLouisville/HoustonESPN
9:30 PMArkansas State/TroyESPNU
Friday, November 18
8:00 PMMemphis/CincinnatiCBSSN
9:00 PMUNLV/Boise StateESPN2
Saturday, November 19
12:00 PMTo be announcedFS1
3:30 PMVa. Tech/Notre DameNBC
3:30 PMTo be announcedCBS
3:30 PMTo be announcedFOX
3:30 PMTo be announcedFS1
5:30 PMSouthern Miss/North TexasBeIN
7:30 PMTo be announcedFOX
8:00 PMPenn State/RutgersBTN
10:30 PMAir Force/San Jose StateCBSSN
Tuesday, November 22
7:00 PMBall State/Miami (OH)ESPNU or
7:00 PMAkron/OhioESPNU or
Thursday, November 24 (Thanksgiving)
7:30 PMLSU/Texas A&MESPN
Friday, November 25
2:30 PMArkansas/MissouriCBS
3:30 PMTCU/TexasFOX or
3:30 PMWashington/Wash. St.FOX or
3:30 PMBoise State/Air ForceCBSSN
6:00 PMBaylor/Texas TechESPN
9:30 PMArizona State/ArizonaESPN
Saturday, November 26
12:00 PMTo be announcedFS1
3:30 PMTo be announcedCBS
3:30 PMTo be announcedFS1
5:30 PMFAU/Mid. Tenn. St.BeIN
7:30 PMTo be announcedFOX
9:00 PMColorado State/SDSUCBSSN







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While it is still early in the 2016-17 NHL season, it’s never too early to determine how a team is doing. Some teams everyone expected to struggle have flourished. On the other side of the coin, there are also teams everyone penciled in as a playoff team who have struggled mightily.

So far, this season has been defined by surprises and disappointments. It’s still quite early, but a number of teams are surprising contenders and shouldn’t be ignored. There are also teams quickly digging themselves into a hole they might not be able to get themselves out of.

On paper, at least, some teams have improved, while others continue to tweak their blueprints.


Here are the FANFOOD TOP NHL Teams heading into November:




Tuesday, November 1
7:30 PMLightning/IslandersNBCSN
10:00 PMSharks/CoyotesNBCSN
Wednesday, November 2
8:00 PMRed Wings/FlyersNBCSN
Wednesday, November 9
8:00 PMBlackhawks/BluesNBCSN
Tuesday, November 15
7:30 PMLightning/Red WingsNBCSN
Wednesday, November 16
7:30 PMPenguins/CapitalsNBCSN
Tuesday, November 22
7:00 PMBlues/BruinsNBCSN
Wednesday, November 23
7:30 PMFlyers/LightningNBCSN
10:00 PMBlackhawks/SharksNBCSN
Friday, November 25
1:00 PMRangers/FlyersNBC
Tuesday, November 29
7:30 PMBruins/FlyersNBCSN
Wednesday, November 30
8:00 PMPenguins/IslandersNBCSN
10:30 PMSharks/KingsNBCSN


Coming off of the most-watched full NHL regular season on cable in 22 years, NBC Sports Group is scheduled to present 106 NHL regular-season games during the 2016-17 season – the most ever across NBC Sports Group heading into a season – featuring 14 games on NBC and 92 games on NBCSN. All games will be streamed live on and the NBC Sports app to authenticated users via TV Everywhere. In addition, fans can subscribe to and/or NHL Center Ice from DirecTV.



NBCSN will televise 92 NHL regular-season games this season, including the Opening Night doubleheader, 24 Wednesday Night Rivalry games, 6 Wednesday Nightcaps, 11 Sunday Night Hockey contests, and NHL All-Star coverage.

NBCSN coverage begins on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. ET with NHL Live, NBCSN’s live pre- and post-game show, leading into coverage of Blues-Blackhawks Wednesday Night Rivalry game from United Center in Chicago, Ill., at 8 p.m. ET. Coverage shifts to San Jose, immediately following Blues-Blackhawks, for the Wednesday Nightcap, featuring the Sharks and Kings.

The Pittsburgh Penguins will raise their 2016 Stanley Cup Champion banner to the rafters on NBCSN on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. ET, when they open their season at home against the Washington Capitals in a rematch of their 2016 Second Round playoff series.

NBCSN will air 11 Sunday Night Hockey matchups on NBCSN, beginning on January 8. Matchups include Wild-Blackhawks, Flyers-Rangers, and Canadiens-Bruins, the most-played rivalry in NHL history.



NHL on NBC coverage begins on Friday, November 25, at 1 p.m. ET, with the NHL Thanksgiving Showdown featuring the New York Rangers at Philadelphia Flyers, marking the first of 14 games that will air on NBC during the regular season. Beginning on January 22, and continuing through the end of the regular season, NBC will present the NHL Game of the Week, generally occurring on Sunday afternoons.

NBC will present the 2017 NHL Winter Classic between the Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues from Busch Stadium in St. Louis, home of Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals, on Jan. 2, 2017, at 1 p.m. ET.

NBC will air exclusive coverage of the 2017 NHL Centennial Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs from BMO Field in Toronto on Jan. 1, 2017, at 3 p.m. ET, and the 2017 NHL Stadium Series between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins from Heinz Field, home of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers, on Feb. 25, 2017, in primetime.


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November 2 Detroit @ Philadelphia 8 p.m.
November 9 Chicago @ St. Louis 8 p.m.
November 16 Pittsburgh @ Washington 7:30 p.m.
November 30 Pittsburgh @ N.Y. Islanders 8 p.m.


Here is the FULL NHL Schedule – NOV’16:


NovemberGameGame Time
   Tue 1St. Louis @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Carolina @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ NY Islanders7:30 PM ET
Buffalo @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Washington @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Chicago8:30 PM ET
Nashville @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Arizona10:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Wed 2Vancouver @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Philadelphia8:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Anaheim10:30 PM ET
   Thu 3Philadelphia @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Washington7:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
St. Louis @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Colorado @ Chicago8:30 PM ET
Nashville @ Arizona10:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
Calgary @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Fri 4Montreal @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Arizona @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
   Sat 5Minnesota @ Colorado3:00 PM ET
Columbus @ St. Louis7:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Montreal7:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ Ottawa7:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Tampa Bay7:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Florida @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Carolina @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Dallas8:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Los Angeles10:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Sun 6Colorado @ St. Louis5:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Detroit5:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Carolina6:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Chicago7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Anaheim9:30 PM ET
   Mon 7Buffalo @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Florida7:30 PM ET
   Tue 8Carolina @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Ottawa @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
   Wed 9Anaheim @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Buffalo7:30 PM ET
Chicago @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
   Thu 10Columbus @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Carolina7:00 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
San Jose @ Florida7:30 PM ET
St. Louis @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Calgary9:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Arizona9:00 PM ET
   Fri 11New Jersey @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Washington @ Chicago8:30 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Edmonton9:00 PM ET
   Sat 12Detroit @ Montreal7:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Tampa Bay7:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Florida7:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Washington @ Carolina7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Arizona8:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Calgary10:00 PM ET
   Sun 13Los Angeles @ Winnipeg2:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Vancouver4:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Ottawa5:00 PM ET
Boston @ Colorado7:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Chicago7:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Edmonton9:30 PM ET
   Mon 14Tampa Bay @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
   Tue 15Ottawa @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Carolina7:00 PM ET
Washington @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Nashville @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Florida @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Buffalo @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
   Wed 16Pittsburgh @ Washington7:30 PM ET
Arizona @ Calgary10:00 PM ET
   Thu 17Tampa Bay @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Florida @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Nashville @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
San Jose @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
New Jersey @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Fri 18Pittsburgh @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Washington7:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Carolina7:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Calgary9:00 PM ET
   Sat 19Tampa Bay @ Philadelphia1:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Los Angeles4:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Dallas7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Montreal7:00 PM ET
Florida @ Ottawa7:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Arizona8:00 PM ET
Nashville @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
   Sun 20Columbus @ Washington12:30 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Carolina5:00 PM ET
Florida @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Anaheim8:00 PM ET
   Mon 21Calgary @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Edmonton9:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Tue 22St. Louis @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Carolina @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Florida7:30 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
   Wed 23Winnipeg @ Minnesota7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Colorado10:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ Arizona10:00 PM ET
Chicago @ San Jose10:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Thu 24Carolina @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
   Fri 25NY Rangers @ Philadelphia1:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Anaheim4:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ San Jose4:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Minnesota4:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ Washington5:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Nashville6:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Columbus @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Detroit @ New Jersey7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Edmonton @ Arizona9:00 PM ET
   Sat 26Washington @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
Carolina @ Ottawa7:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Detroit7:00 PM ET
Columbus @ Florida7:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ Colorado10:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
Anaheim @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Sun 27Tampa Bay @ Boston1:00 PM ET
Nashville @ Winnipeg1:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Edmonton3:00 PM ET
Florida @ Carolina6:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Philadelphia7:30 PM ET
   Mon 28Calgary @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
   Tue 29Carolina @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Philadelphia7:30 PM ET
New Jersey @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Florida @ Chicago8:30 PM ET
Nashville @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Edmonton9:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
Arizona @ San Jose10:00 PM ET
   Wed 30Pittsburgh @ NY Islanders8:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Calgary8:30 PM ET
San Jose @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET




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Conference Previews



With most of the legends out, new breeds need to finally step up. And after much of the fanfare during offseason, we are now ready to bring you what we think has the best chances of landing the Top 4 spots in the Eastern Conference. The list is arranged alphabetically only.



Starters: Dennis Schröder (PG), Kent Bazemore (SG/SF), Kyle Korver (SG/SF), Paul Millsap (PF), Dwight Howard (C)

Surprisingly, even with two of the original starters out, the Atlanta Hawks still looks good on paper. There’s the defensive-minded Millsap and Bazemore, and the sweet-shooting Korver. Now, Schröder will be tested this season whether he belongs to the elite point guards in the league.

With teammates willing to pass the ball for higher percentage shots, Howard’s number may soon find its mark once again. Time and again, for Howard to be very effective someone must feed him the ball down the baseline. This could be the time to shine for Schröder.



Starters: Isaiah Thomas (PG), Avery Bradley (SG), Jae Crowder (SF), Amir Johnson (PF), Al Horford (C)

The smallest starting roster in the league, the Celtics may have lost its starting center and a dependable backup small forward. But then they got Al Horford, a certified All-Star, in return. In addition, the Celtics got Gerald Green, whom the Celtics drafted back in 2005, and this year’s overall third draft pick, Jaylen Brown.
During the offseason, there were buzzes that coach Utah Jazz star Gordon Hayward might soon be reuniting with his college coach and now Celtics head coach Brad Stevens. The rumored trade has not prospered, but it looks like Hayward might opt out of his final year to become a free agent, much easier way rather than the Celtics bidding farewell to one or two of its players if the trade pushes through.



Starters: Kyrie Irving (PG), Iman Shumpert (SG), LeBron James (SF), Kevin Love (PF), Tristan Thompson (C)

Even without JR Smith, there’s no question about it — the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers are the top choice and most likely to have the easiest way going to the NBA Playoffs. The Cavs have the most solid starting lineup, and should all stay healthy and injury-free for the entire season, the Cavaliers meet the Warriors in the finals for the third straight season.



Starters: Kyle Lowry (PG), DeMar DeRozan (SG), DeMarre Carroll (SF), Jared Sullinger (PF), Jonas Valanciunas (C)

The most solid backcourt tandem in the East, the Raptors will be led by Lowry and DeRozan once again. The Raptors also has almost the same core except for one. That post will soon be filled in by Sullinger.

Interestingly, the Raptors were able to draft Jakob Pöltl, this year’s Pac-12 Player of the Year awardee. How soon can Pöltl make an impact in the league, we’ll soon find out.


Eastern Conference Dark Horses

To complete our prediction, here are five teams who have high chances of competing for the remaining spots for the Eastern Conference NBA Playoffs: New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers. Surprised of the last two teams mentioned?


No doubt the West has the numbers this coming NBA season, though the East is fast gaining momentum. For many basketball analysts, the next NBA champion would come from the West. But of course, the ball is round. So what we came up with are the possible teams who have the best chances of landing on the Top 4 spots in the Western Conference.



Starters: Stephen Curry (PG), Klay Thompson (SG), Kevin Durant (SF), Draymond Green (PF), Zaza Pachulia (C)

Yes, the Warriors have the strongest lineup in the NBA, period. I guess no one will be surprised if the quartet of Curry, Durant, Thompson and Green drops 100 points per game. How about the growing number of dependable backup led by 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala?
I wonder if they need the entire season to surpass their record of 73-9 (win-loss) set last season. As many basketball analysts believe, injury is the only the obstacle for the Warriors to get its second NBA championship in three years.



Starters: Chris Paul (PG), J.J. Redick (SG), Paul Pierce (SF), Blake Griffin (PF), DeAndre Jordan (C)

Many believe the LA Clippers have been cursed simply because they have one of the strongest lineups in the league during the past five seasons and yet they fail to even reach the Western Conference Finals. Today, Pierce announced that this would be his final season playing in the NBA. Now, if he can get close to what Kobe Bryant posted during his final season, it would really be a big boost for the Clippers, not to mention a laurel on his legacy.



Starters: Damian Lillard (PG), C.J. McCollum (SG), Evan Turner (SF), Al-Farouq Aminu (PF), Mason Plumlee (C)

Many believe the backcourt tandem of Lillard and McCollum is as strong as the backcourt tandem of the Warriors. The only problem is who will be left to orchestrate the offense once the two hit the bench. Sure, they can make Top 4 easily, but the intensity is different during the Playoffs. And for the Trail Blazers to make their dreams come true, all of them must contribute in any ways they can.



Starters: Tony Parker (PG), Danny Green (SG), Kawhi Leonard (SF), LaMarcus Aldridge (PF), Pau Gasol (C)

The only team who can play at par with the Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers in almost all aspects, the Spurs team is lucky to have Gasol and David Lee as replacements for the now retired future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan. Should all go as planned, the Spurs will meet the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.
From there it’ll be a fight of tooth and nail up to the last second. Not sure who will win but this is definitely a match worth waiting.


Western Conference Dark Horses

Because some teams got better doesn’t mean others look pale. For instance, Durant leaving OKC left Russell Westbrook to carry the weight of the entire team. That doesn’t mean Westbrook, whom many basketball analysts believe would have a breakthrough performance this season, cannot bring them to the playoffs.
Anyways, here are the possible teams that are likely to become part of the Western Conference Playoffs round: Oklahoma City Thunder, Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks and Utah Jazz. Notably missing is the Houston Rockets. It is also quite interesting to see how Luke Walton will try to turn the tide for the Los Angeles Lakers. Team Previews


Atlanta Hawks
Boston Celtics
Brooklyn Nets
Charlotte Hornets
Chicago Bulls
Cleveland Cavaliers
Dallas Mavericks
Denver Nuggets
Detroit Pistons
Golden State Warriors
Houston Rockets
Indiana Pacers
LA Clippers
Los Angeles Lakers
Memphis Grizzlies
Miami Heat
Milwaukee Bucks
Minnesota Timberwolves
New Orleans Pelicans
New York Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder
Orlando Magic
Philadelphia 76ers
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trail Blazers
Sacramento Kings
San Antonio Spurs
Toronto Raptors
Utah Jazz
Washington Wizards


 Here are the Top NBA Teams as the first week of the season gets underway:


  1. Cavaliers
  2. Warriors
  3. Spurs
  4. Clippers
  5. Celtics
  6. Raptors
  7. Thunder
  8. Pacers
  9. Blazers
  10. Jazz



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Sling TV also now carries regional FOX Sports networks (along with FS1 and some local FOX affiliates) in its new $20 a month multi-stream beta package. Why is this important for NBA fans? Because many teams have all of their games broadcasted on the local FOX Sports regional network. This includes the Suns, Cavaliers,Thunder, Clippers, Magic, Hawks, Pistons, Timberwolves, Hornets, Mavericks, Spurs, Nets, Bucks, Pacers, and Pelicans. Regional networks are available subject to your location. Click here to learn more about this package.

In short, there’s no better all-around solution to stream live sports. Try the free 7-day trial here.

NBA League Pass is another popular way to watch NBA online. With this live sports streaming service, you get to choose your five favorite teams and watch them all season long for $69, or watch any team you want for $99. The downside? Local blackout rules still apply and no live access to the NBA Playoffs. Get more information here.

Throughout the regular season, ABC will air a few games each week. They also cover a portion of the postseason, including the NBA Finals. Obviously, you can watch these free over-the-air with an antenna. You can also watch ABC’s nationally televised games on ESPN3.

Finally, there’s TNT Overtime. This site usually has a couple of games on free games each week. You can check out TNT Overtime here.



Tuesday, November 1
7:00 PMRockets/CavaliersNBA TV
10:00 PMWarriors/BlazersNBA TV
Wednesday, November 2
8:00 PMBulls/CelticsESPN
10:30 PMThunder/ClippersESPN
Thursday, November 3
8:00 PMCeltics/CavaliersTNT
10:30 PMThunder/WarriorsTNT
Friday, November 4
8:00 PMKnicks/BullsESPN
10:30 PMWarriors/LakersESPN
Saturday, November 5
8:30 PMClippers/SpursNBA TV
Sunday, November 6
7:00 PMBucks/MavericksNBA TV
Monday, November 7
7:00 PMJazz/SixersNBA TV
Tuesday, November 8
7:00 PMHawks/CavaliersNBA TV
10:30 PMPelicans/KingsNBA TV
Wednesday, November 9
7:00 PMNets/KnicksESPN
9:30 PMRockets/SpursESPN
Thursday, November 10
8:00 PMBulls/HeatTNT
10:30 PMLakers/KingsTNT
Friday, November 11
8:00 PMClippers/ThunderNBA TV
Saturday, November 12
9:00 PMPistons/NuggetsNBA TV
Monday, November 14
8:00 PMSixers/RocketsNBA TV
Tuesday, November 15
7:00 PMRaptors/CavaliersNBA TV
10:00 PMBulls/BlazersNBA TV
Wednesday, November 16
8:00 PMWarriors/RaptorsESPN
10:30 PMGrizzlies/ClippersESPN
Thursday, November 17
8:00 PMSixers/T’WolvesTNT
10:30 PMBulls/JazzTNT
Friday, November 18
8:00 PMWarriors/CelticsESPN
10:30 PMClippers/KingsESPN
Saturday, November 19
8:00 PMT’Wolves/GrizzliesNBA TV
10:30 PMBulls/ClippersNBA TV
Monday, November 21
8:30 PMMavericks/SpursNBA TV
Tuesday, November 22
7:30 PMPelicans/HawksNBA TV
10:30 PMThunder/LakersNBA TV
Wednesday, November 23
7:00 PMSpurs/HornetsESPN
9:30 PMT’Wolves/PelicansESPN
Friday, November 25
7:30 PMHornets/KnicksNBA TV
10:30 PMWarriors/LakersNBA TV
Saturday, November 26
7:00 PMSpurs/WizardsNBA TV
Monday, November 28
7:30 PMCeltics/HeatNBA TV
Tuesday, November 29
9:00 PMRockets/JazzNBA TV
Wednesday, November 30
7:30 PMPistons/CelticsNBA TV
10:00 PMPacers/BlazersNBA TV


Here is the FULL  NBA Schedule – November ’16:


November Game Game Time
   Tue 1Orlando @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Houston @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Sacramento @ Miami7:30 PM ET
New York @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Milwaukee @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Utah @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Golden State @ Portland10:00 PM ET
   Wed 2Toronto @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Houston @ New York7:30 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Boston8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Utah9:00 PM ET
Portland @ Phoenix10:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Thu 3Sacramento @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Denver @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Boston @ Cleveland8:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Fri 4Atlanta @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Miami @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
New York @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Portland @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
San Antonio @ Utah9:00 PM ET
Golden State @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
   Sat 5Minnesota @ Oklahoma City6:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Washington @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Denver @ Detroit7:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Houston @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Sacramento @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
   Sun 6Utah @ New York12:00 PM ET
Portland @ Memphis3:30 PM ET
Sacramento @ Toronto6:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Dallas7:00 PM ET
Denver @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Phoenix @ L.A. Lakers9:30 PM ET
   Mon 7Utah @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Houston @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Orlando @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
Miami @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Detroit @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Tue 8Atlanta @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Denver @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Portland10:00 PM ET
Dallas @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Wed 9Brooklyn @ New York7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Utah @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Toronto @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
Houston @ San Antonio9:30 PM ET
Portland @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Thu 10New Orleans @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Miami8:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Denver9:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Fri 11Indiana @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Utah @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
New York @ Boston7:30 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Detroit @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Sacramento @ Portland10:00 PM ET
   Sat 12L.A. Lakers @ New Orleans7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
New York @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Washington @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ Houston8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Utah @ Miami8:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Milwaukee8:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
   Sun 13Charlotte @ Cleveland3:30 PM ET
Orlando @ Oklahoma City7:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Minnesota7:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Golden State8:00 PM ET
Denver @ Portland9:00 PM ET
   Mon 14Orlando @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ New York7:30 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Boston @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Miami @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Memphis @ Utah9:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Tue 15Toronto @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Miami7:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Portland10:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
   Wed 16Washington @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Detroit @ New York7:30 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Houston @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Toronto8:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Memphis @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
San Antonio @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Thu 17New York @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Miami7:30 PM ET
Portland @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Utah10:30 PM ET
   Fri 18Atlanta @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Cleveland7:30 PM ET
Portland @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Boston8:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Toronto @ Denver9:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Sat 19Utah @ Houston5:00 PM ET
Charlotte @ New Orleans7:00 PM ET
Miami @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Detroit7:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Philadelphia7:30 PM ET
Minnesota @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Milwaukee8:30 PM ET
Chicago @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Sun 20Atlanta @ New York12:00 PM ET
Portland @ Brooklyn3:30 PM ET
Indiana @ Oklahoma City7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Sacramento9:00 PM ET
Utah @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Chicago @ L.A. Lakers9:30 PM ET
   Mon 21Miami @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Houston @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Orlando @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Boston @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Toronto @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Tue 22Portland @ New York7:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
   Wed 23Memphis @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Portland @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Miami @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Toronto @ Houston8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Denver @ Utah9:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ New Orleans9:30 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Fri 25San Antonio @ Boston1:00 PM ET
Washington @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Cleveland7:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ New York7:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Philadelphia7:30 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Atlanta @ Utah8:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Miami @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ Indiana8:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Portland10:00 PM ET
Golden State @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
Houston @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Sat 26San Antonio @ Washington7:00 PM ET
New York @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Miami8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Sun 27Cleveland @ Philadelphia1:00 PM ET
Denver @ Phoenix3:30 PM ET
Sacramento @ Brooklyn6:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Orlando6:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Indiana6:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Dallas7:00 PM ET
Houston @ Portland9:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ L.A. Lakers9:30 PM ET
   Mon 28Sacramento @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ New York7:30 PM ET
Boston @ Miami7:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Utah @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Tue 29Detroit @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Cleveland @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Orlando @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Houston @ Utah9:00 PM ET
   Wed 30Sacramento @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Memphis @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
Washington @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
New York @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Miami @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Portland10:00 PM ET





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NCAA College Basketball


Turn back the clocks to this time last year, and one thing is clear: Whatever we thought we knew about the 2015-16 college basketball season, we didn’t.

It was a time when Villanova was considered a regular-season juggernaut that was destined to fail in March. Maryland supposedly had the best starting five in America. Senior star power was thought to be a distant memory, and the Pac-12 had no dominant team.

The reality: Villanova won the national championship; Maryland failed to live up to the hype; seniors Buddy Hield and Denzel Valentine were the two best players in the sport and Oregon earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
So, preseason conventional wisdom is usually flawed. (More than) A few crazy things are bound to happen throughout the course of a season, and it’s fun to try to pinpoint off-the-wall predictions that just might come true.


NCAA.COM PREVIEWS: AAC | America East | ASUN | Atlantic 10 Big East Big Ten


2016-17 Early Season

Tournaments, Events,

And Neutral-Site Games

A regularly updated list of the 2016-17 men’s college basketball season’s early season tournaments and neutral-site games, which will eventually include schedule and TV information. If you have any additions, email them to bloggingthebracket at gmail dot com or tweet them at me @ChrisDobbertean. TV info is courtesy friend of the blog


Bracketed Events

Tire Pros Invitational | Gildan Charleston Classic | 2K Classic Benefitting Wounded Warrior Project
U.S.V.I. Paradise Jam | Hall of Fame Tip-Off | Gulf Coast Showcase
Maui Jim Maui Invitational | Legends Classic | MGM Grand Main Event
CBE Hall of Fame Classic | Cancun Challenge | Battle 4 Atlantis
GCI Great Alaska Shootout | AdvoCare Invitational | NIT Season Tip-Off
Directv Wooden Legacy | Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational | Emerald Coast Classic
Barclays Center Classic | Savannah Invitational | Global Sports Classic
Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic | Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic

Non-Bracketed Events

Georgia Tech MTE | Oregon State MTE | Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic
Global Sports Invitational | Bluegrass Showcase | JMU MTE
Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational | Scarlet Knight Showcase | Golden Gopher Invitational
San Diego Classic | California Bears Classic | High Point MTE
South Alabama Tournament | Fordham Showcase | Tarkett Sports Classic
Steve Wright Classic | Indiana Classic | Bill Frack Tournament
Lone Star Showcase | Men vs. Cancer Classic | NIU Showcase
Sanford Pentagon Showcase | Challenge In Music City
Holy City Hoops Classic | Gotham Classic

Conference Challenges | Neutral Site Showcases | Non-Exempt Tournaments


Here is the FULL NCAA Men’s Basketball Schedule – NOV’16:

 - Week 1 -


Brown at CincinnatiESPN3TBA
SIU Edwardsville at Hawai’iOC SportsTBA
Muskingum at Miami (OH)ESPN311/11/16 1:00 PM
Vanderbilt vs. MarquetteCBS Sports Network11/11/16 6:30 PM
(at Annapolis, MD)
Lafayette at VillanovaFS211/11/16 6:30 PM
Louisiana Tech at South CarolinaSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 6:30 PM
Michigan St. vs. ArizonaESPN HD11/11/16 7:00 PM
(at Honolulu, HI)
Oral Roberts at BaylorESPNU HD11/11/16 7:00 PM
La Salle at TempleESPNEWS11/11/16 7:00 PM
Stephen F. Austin at KentuckySEC Network11/11/16 7:00 PM
Fairleigh Dickinson at Seton HallFSN11/11/16 7:00 PM
American at MarylandBTN11/11/16 7:00 PM
Georgia at ClemsonACC RSNs11/11/16 7:00 PM
Lehigh at XavierFOX College Sports11/11/16 7:00 PM
Montana St. at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks11/11/16 7:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at West VirginiaROOT Sports Pittsburgh11/11/16 7:00 PM
Wagner at ConnecticutSNY11/11/16 7:00 PM
Austin Peay at DaytonSpectrum-Ohio11/11/16 7:00 PM
St. Thomas at TCUFOX Sports Southwest PLUS11/11/16 7:00 PM
VMI at RichmondWTVR-DT11/11/16 7:00 PM
Albany at Penn St.ESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
McNeese St. at PurdueESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
Virginia at UNC GreensboroESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
IU Kokomo at Central MichiganESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
Florida A&M at USFESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
Fordham at East Tennessee St.ESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
Marygrove at Western MichiganESPN311/11/16 7:00 PM
Chattanooga at TennesseeSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 7:00 PM
UT Martin at Ole MissSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 7:00 PM
Marist at DukeACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Colgate at SyracuseACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Eastern Michigan at PittsburghACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Evansville at LouisvilleACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Western Carolina at Miami (FL)ACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Nicholls at Boston CollegeACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
Georgia Southern at NC StateACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:00 PM
McPherson at Air ForceCampus Insiders11/11/16 7:00 PM
Houston Baptist at Texas TechFOX College Sports11/11/16 7:30 PM
Florida Gulf Coast vs. FloridaSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 7:30 PM
(at Jacksonville, FL)
Radford at Wake ForestACC Network Extra11/11/16 7:30 PM
Campbell at Oklahoma St.FOX College Sports11/11/16 8:00 PM
Incarnate Word at TexasLonghorn Network11/11/16 8:00 PM
Ball St. at Saint LouisFOX Sports Midwest11/11/16 8:00 PM
Savannah St. at Iowa St.Cyclones.TV11/11/16 8:00 PM
Arkansas St. at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network11/11/16 8:00 PM
Alabama A&M at Missouri St.Missouri St. TV11/11/16 8:00 PM
Illinois-Springfield at BradleyESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Grambling at East CarolinaESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Jacksonville St. at TulsaESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Morgan St. at HoustonESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Webber International at StetsonESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Howard Payne at LamarESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at SMUESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Wright St. at Southern IllinoisESPN311/11/16 8:00 PM
Fort Wayne at ArkansasSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 8:00 PM
Norfolk St. at Mississippi St.SEC Network PLUS11/11/16 8:00 PM
Tennessee Tech at Georgia TechACC Network Extra11/11/16 8:00 PM
Brewton-Parker at MercerESPN311/11/16 8:30 PM
Alcorn St. at Loyola (Chicago)ESPN311/11/16 8:30 PM
North Carolina vs.TulaneESPNU HD11/11/16 9:00 PM
(at Smoothie King Center)
UMKC at CreightonFSN11/11/16 9:00 PM
Northwestern St. at Texas A&MSEC Network11/11/16 9:00 PM
Southeast Missouri at IllinoisBTN11/11/16 9:00 PM
Ohio St. at NavyCBS Sports Network11/11/16 9:00 PM
(Veterans Classic)
Bethune-Cookman at St. John’sFS211/11/16 9:00 PM
Prairie View A&M at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks11/11/16 9:00 PM
Pacific at UCLAPac-12 Networks11/11/16 9:00 PM
Portland St. at Arizona St.Pac-12 Networks11/11/16 9:00 PM
Sacramento St. at ColoradoPac-12 Networks11/11/16 9:00 PM
Western Illinois at Kansas St.FOX Sports Kansas City11/11/16 9:00 PM
Utah Valley at GonzagaKHQ11/11/16 9:00 PM
Coastal Carolina at AlabamaSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 9:00 PM
Maine at Virginia TechACC Network Extra11/11/16 9:00 PM
Indiana vs. KansasESPN HD11/11/16 9:30 PM
(at Honolulu, HI)
South Carolina St. at Wichita St.Cox-Kansas11/11/16 9:30 PM
South Dakota at DrakeESPN311/11/16 9:30 PM
UNF at AuburnSEC Network PLUS11/11/16 9:30 PM
South Dakota St. at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/11/16 10:00 PM
Idaho St. at New MexicoROOT Sports11/11/16 10:00 PM
South Alabama at UNLVCampus Insiders11/11/16 10:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/11/16 10:00 PM
Cal Poly at PepperdineCampus Insiders11/11/16 10:00 PM
Vanguard at Loyola MarymountCampus Insiders11/11/16 10:00 PM
UTSA at Fresno St.Campus Insiders11/11/16 10:00 PM
Western St. at WyomingCampus Insiders11/11/16 10:30 PM
Harvard vs. StanfordESPN2 HD11/11/16 11:00 PM
(at Shanghai, China)
San Diego at San Diego St.ESPNU HD11/11/16 11:00 PM
Montana at USCPac-12 Networks11/11/16 11:00 PM
Army at OregonPac-12 Networks11/11/16 11:00 PM
UIC at San FranciscoCampus Insiders11/11/16 11:00 PM
Northwest Nazarene at UtahPac-12 NetworksTBA
USC Upstate at GeorgetownFS211/12/16 12:00 PM
Coe College at Northern IowaESPN311/12/16 12:00 PM
Bryant at Notre DameACC Network Extra11/12/16 12:00 PM
Northland at Green BayESPN311/12/16 1:00 PM
Charleston Southern at Florida St.ACC Network Extra11/12/16 1:00 PM
Southern at OhioESPN311/12/16 2:00 PM
Wofford at LSUSEC Network PLUS11/12/16 2:00 PM
West Coast Baptist at San Jose St.Campus Insiders11/12/16 4:00 PM
Northwest at Boise St.Campus Insiders11/12/16 4:00 PM
Grand Canyon at DukeACC RSNs11/12/16 5:30 PM
Northern Colorado at ButlerFS211/12/16 7:30 PM
Akron at Youngstown St.ESPN311/12/16 7:45 PM
Appalachian St. at DavidsonSpectrum-NC11/12/16 8:00 PM
Jacksonville at DenverAltitude211/12/16 9:00 PM
UC Davis at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/12/16 9:00 PM
IUPUI at MichiganESPNU HD11/13/16 12:00 PM
Washington (MD) at NavyCampus Insiders11/13/16 2:00 PM
Central Connecticut St. at Seton HallFS111/13/16 2:00 PM
Eastern Michigan at SMUESPN311/13/16 2:00 PM
Jacksonville St. at Missouri St.ESPN311/13/16 2:00 PM
Johnson (FL) at The CitadelESPN311/13/16 2:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at NC StateACC Network Extra11/13/16 2:00 PM
Bucknell at Wake ForestACC Network Extra11/13/16 2:00 PM
Hiwasee at Western CarolinaSoConDigitalNetwork.com11/13/16 2:00 PM
Indiana-Northwest at Loyola (Chicago)ESPN311/13/16 3:00 PM
Chattanooga at North CarolinaESPN2 HD11/13/16 4:00 PM
Drexel at RutgersBTN11/13/16 4:00 PM
New Mexico St. at Colorado St.ROOT Sports11/13/16 4:00 PM
Bowling Green at South DakotaMidCo Sports Network11/13/16 4:15 PM
UTSA at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks11/13/16 5:00 PM
Yale at WashingtonPac-12 Networks11/13/16 5:00 PM
Delaware at BradleyESPN311/13/16 5:00 PM
Tennessee St. at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/13/16 5:30 PM
Canisius at KentuckyESPN2 HD11/13/16 6:00 PM
Holy Cross at South CarolinaSEC Network11/13/16 6:00 PM
Duquesne at Penn St.BTN11/13/16 6:00 PM
Minnesota-Morris at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network11/13/16 6:00 PM
Robert Morris at DePaulFS111/13/16 7:00 PM
Omaha at USCPac-12 Networks11/13/16 7:00 PM
Mercer vs. FloridaESPNU HD11/13/16 8:00 PM
(at Jacksonville, FL)
Alabama A&M at MissouriSEC Network11/13/16 8:00 PM
Sacramento St. at NebraskaBTN11/13/16 8:00 PM
Long Beach St. at Wichita St.Cox-Kansas11/13/16 8:00 PM
Cal Poly at Arizona St.Pac-12 Networks11/13/16 9:00 PM
CS Northridge at UCLAPac-12 Networks11/13/16 9:00 PM
Texas St. at Hawai’iOC Sports11/13/16 10:00 PM


 - Week 2 -


Binghamton at St. John’sFS111/14/16 6:30 PM
Albany at CincinnatiESPNU HD11/14/16 7:00 PM
Massachusetts at Ole MissSEC Network11/14/16 7:00 PM
Villanova at PurdueBTN11/14/16 7:00 PM
Buffalo at XavierCBS Sports Network11/14/16 7:00 PM
Vermont at ProvidenceFS211/14/16 7:00 PM
William & Mary at LouisvilleACC RSNs11/14/16 7:00 PM
Old Dominion at RichmondCSN Mid Atlantic PLUS11/14/16 7:00 PM
Mississippi Valley St. at West VirginiaROOT Sports Pittsburgh11/14/16 7:00 PM
Northeastern at ConnecticutSNY11/14/16 7:00 PM
Detroit at East Tennessee St.ESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
Edward Waters at UNFESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
North Carolina A&T at East CarolinaESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
Nicholls at UCFESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
FIU at StetsonESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
Sam Houston St. at OhioESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
Brewton-Parker at Kennesaw St.ESPN311/14/16 7:00 PM
UNC Asheville at GeorgiaSEC Network PLUS11/14/16 7:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at PittsburghACC Network Extra11/14/16 7:00 PM
Presbyterian at UNC GreensboroESPN311/14/16 7:30 PM
Southern at Georgia TechACC Network Extra11/14/16 7:30 PM
UL-Monroe at TexasLonghorn Network11/14/16 8:00 PM
Southern Utah at Saint LouisFOX Sports Midwest11/14/16 8:00 PM
Central Arkansas at Oklahoma St.FOX Sports Southwest +11/14/16 8:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at Iowa St.Cyclones.TV11/14/16 8:00 PM
UT Rio Grande Valley at MemphisWLMT11/14/16 8:00 PM
Southeastern Louisiana at TulaneESPN311/14/16 8:00 PM
New Hampshire at TempleESPN311/14/16 8:00 PM
Eureka at Loyola (Chicago)ESPN311/14/16 8:00 PM
Southern Illinois at ArkansasSEC Network PLUS11/14/16 8:00 PM
American at Texas A&MSEC Network PLUS11/14/16 8:00 PM
NJIT at Utah St.Campus Insiders11/14/16 8:00 PM
Rogers St. at Oral RobertsORUAthletics.com11/14/16 8:00 PM
Howard at MarquetteFS111/14/16 8:30 PM
NC Central at Ohio St.ESPNU HD11/14/16 9:00 PM
Georgia St. at AuburnSEC Network11/14/16 9:00 PM
E Washington at NorthwesternBTN11/14/16 9:00 PM
Seattle at ColoradoPac-12 Networks11/14/16 9:00 PM
Alabama St. at TCUFOX Sports Southwest +11/14/16 9:00 PM
Houston Baptist at New MexicoROOT Sports11/14/16 9:00 PM
Alcorn St. at EvansvilleESPN311/14/16 9:00 PM
Jacksonville at Air ForceCampus Insiders11/14/16 9:00 PM
Princeton at BYUESPN2 HD11/14/16 10:00 PM
Prairie View A&M at Fresno St.Campus Insiders11/14/16 10:00 PM
Samford at San DiegoCampus Insiders11/14/16 10:00 PM
Loyola Marymount at NevadaCampus Insiders11/14/16 10:00 PM
San Diego St. at GonzagaESPN2 HD11/14/16 11:59 PM
Green Bay at PacificESPN2 HD11/15/16 2:00 AM
FAU at Hawai’iESPN2 HD11/15/16 4:15 AM
Niagara at HartfordESPN2 HD11/15/16 6:30 AM
Winthrop at ManhattanESPN2 HD11/15/16 8:45 AM
Longwood at Stephen F. AustinESPN2 HD11/15/16 11:00 AM
Rochester at Eastern MichiganESPN311/15/16 11:00 AM
Dayton at AlabamaESPN2 HD11/15/16 1:15 PM
Oregon at BaylorESPN2 HD11/15/16 3:30 PM
Maryland at GeorgetownFS111/15/16 6:30 PM
Monmouth at South CarolinaSEC Network PLUS11/15/16 6:30 PM
Michigan St. vs. KentuckyESPN HD11/15/16 7:00 PM
(at New York, NY)
Appalachian St. at TennesseeSEC Network11/15/16 7:00 PM
VCU at LibertyAmerican Sports Network11/15/16 7:00 PM
Grand Canyon at Penn St.ESPN311/15/16 7:00 PM
Indiana St. at Ball St.ESPN311/15/16 7:00 PM
Southern Virginia at VMIESPN311/15/16 7:00 PM
Canisius at Cleveland St.ESPN311/15/16 7:00 PM
Truett-McConnell at The CitadelESPN311/15/16 7:00 PM
High Point at Virginia TechACC Network Extra11/15/16 7:00 PM
UMES at Boston CollegeACC Network Extra11/15/16 7:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at VirginiaACC Network Extra11/15/16 7:00 PM
Holy Cross at SyracuseACC Network Extra11/15/16 7:00 PM
Iona at Florida St.ACC Network Extra11/15/16 7:00 PM
Allen at WoffordSoConDigitalNetwork.com11/15/16 7:00 PM
North Texas at Texas TechFSN11/15/16 7:30 PM
Murray St. at Middle TennesseeCampus Insiders11/15/16 7:30 PM
McKendree at IllinoisBTN11/15/16 8:00 PM
Concordia (OR) at UtahPac-12 Networks11/15/16 8:00 PM
Omaha at Kansas St.FOX Sports Kansas City11/15/16 8:00 PM
St. Edward’s at Incarnate WordSpectrum-Texas11/15/16 8:00 PM
Southern Miss at LSUSEC Network PLUS11/15/16 8:00 PM
Youngstown St. at ToledoESPN311/15/16 8:00 PM
Long Beach St. at North CarolinaACC Network Extra11/15/16 8:00 PM
Wisconsin at CreightonFS111/15/16 8:30 PM
Belmont at VanderbiltSEC Network11/15/16 9:00 PM
Johnson & Wales at Air ForceCampus Insiders11/15/16 9:00 PM
Duke vs. KansasESPN HD11/15/16 9:30 PM
(at New York, NY)
Cent Wash vs. Washington St.Pac-12 Networks11/15/16 10:00 PM
(at Kennewick, WA)
CS Bakersfield at ArizonaPac-12 Networks11/15/16 10:00 PM
CS Northridge at StanfordPac-12 Networks11/15/16 10:00 PM
Weber St. at PepperdineCampus Insiders11/15/16 10:00 PM
Portland at San Jose St.Campus Insiders11/15/16 10:00 PM
Northwestern at ButlerFS111/16/16 7:00 PM
UMass Lowell at IndianaBTN11/16/16 7:00 PM
UT Arlington at Florida Gulf CoastESPN311/16/16 7:00 PM
Miami (FL) at UNFESPN311/16/16 7:00 PM
Fort Wayne at Illinois St.ESPN311/16/16 7:00 PM
Seattle at Notre DameACC Network Extra11/16/16 7:00 PM
Hiwasee at ChattanoogaSoConDigitalNetwork.com11/16/16 7:00 PM
NC A&T at West CarolinaESPN311/16/16 7:30 PM
New Orleans at Oklahoma St.FSN11/16/16 8:00 PM
UTSA at UICCSN Chicago11/16/16 8:00 PM
Milwaukee at MemphisESPN311/16/16 8:00 PM
Missouri So St. at So IllinoisESPN311/16/16 8:00 PM
Tulsa at Wichita St.ESPN311/16/16 8:00 PM
Lamar at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks11/16/16 9:00 PM
Idaho St. at Utah ValleyUVU TV11/16/16 9:00 PM
Bristol at Utah St.Campus Insiders11/16/16 9:00 PM
Fort Lewis at Colorado St.Campus Insiders11/16/16 9:00 PM
UC Riverside at UNLVCampus Insiders11/16/16 10:00 PM
UC Irvine at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/16/16 11:00 PM
Clemson vs. DavidsonESPNU HD11/17/16 11:00 AM
(at Orlando, FL)
Villanova vs. Western MichiganESPN2 HD11/17/16 11:30 AM
(at Charleston, SC)
Xavier vs. MissouriESPNU HD11/17/16 1:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
UTEP at Wake ForestESPN311/17/16 2:00 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Long Beach St. at LouisvilleACC Network Extra11/17/16 4:00 PM
Arizona St. at Northern IowaESPNU HD11/17/16 4:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Mississippi St. vs. UCFESPN2 HD11/17/16 5:00 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Arkansas St. at GeorgetownFS111/17/16 6:30 PM
SMU vs. PittsburghESPN2 HD11/17/16 7:00 PM
(at New York, NY)
Oklahoma vs. TulaneESPNU HD11/17/16 7:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Furman at GeorgiaSEC Network11/17/16 7:00 PM
Providence at Ohio St.BTN11/17/16 7:00 PM
Temple at MassachusettsAmerican Sports Network11/17/16 7:00 PM
UNC Asheville at USC UpstateESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
St. Mary’s (MD) at MarylandESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
Chicago St. at WisconsinESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
Nazareth at BuffaloESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
Elon at USFESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
Boise St. vs. College of CharlestonESPN311/17/16 7:00 PM
(Charleston Classic)
St. Bonaventure vs. FloridaSEC Network PLUS11/17/16 7:00 PM
(at Lakeland, FL)
Eastern Washington at TexasLonghorn Network11/17/16 8:00 PM
Eastern Illinois at Saint LouisFOX Sports Midwest PLUS11/17/16 8:00 PM
Fontbonne at Missouri St.ESPN311/17/16 8:00 PM
Rutgers at DePaulFS111/17/16 8:30 PM
Eastern Kentucky at AuburnSEC Network11/17/16 9:00 PM
Seton Hall at IowaBTN11/17/16 9:00 PM
Coppin St. at BYUBYUtv11/17/16 9:00 PM
Valparaiso at OregonPac-12 Networks11/17/16 9:00 PM
UL-Monroe at ColoradoPac-12 Networks11/17/16 9:00 PM
Marquette vs. MichiganESPN2 HD11/17/16 9:30 PM
(at New York, NY)
Weber St. at StanfordPac-12 Networks11/17/16 10:00 PM
Connecticut at Loyola MarymountSNY11/17/16 10:00 PM
Life Pacific at PepperdineCampus Insiders11/17/16 10:00 PM
Denver at San Jose St.Campus Insiders11/17/16 10:00 PM
CS Fullerton at WashingtonPac-12 Networks11/17/16 11:00 PM
San Diego at UCLAPac-12 Networks11/17/16 11:00 PM
Loyola (MD) at Notre DameACC Network ExtraTBA
Tire Pros Invitational Consolation #1ESPNU HD11/18/16 11:30 AM
(at Orlando, FL)
Charleston Classic Semifinal #1ESPN2 HD11/18/16 1:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Tire Pros Invitational Semifinal #1ESPNU HD11/18/16 1:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Oral Roberts vs. Ole MissCBS Sports Network11/18/16 3:00 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Charleston Classic Consolation #1ESPN311/18/16 3:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
2K Sports Classic 3rd PlaceESPN2 HD11/18/16 4:30 PM
(at New York, NY)
Tire Pros Invitational Semifinal #2ESPNU HD11/18/16 5:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Montana vs. NC StateCBS Sports Network11/18/16 6:00 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Northeastern at Boston U.Campus Insiders11/18/16 6:00 PM
2K Sports Classic ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/18/16 6:30 PM
(at New York, NY)
South Carolina St. at South CarolinaSEC Network PLUS11/18/16 6:30 PM
Tire Pros Invitational Consolation #2ESPNU HD11/18/16 7:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Jacksonville St. at TCUFSN11/18/16 7:00 PM
USC at Texas A&MSEC Network11/18/16 7:00 PM
Georgia St. at PurdueBTN11/18/16 7:00 PM
Northeastern St. at Stephen F. AustinESPN311/18/16 7:00 PM
Charleston Classic Consolation #2ESPN311/18/16 7:00 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Delaware at Miami (OH)ESPN311/18/16 7:00 PM
The Citadel at StetsonESPN311/18/16 7:00 PM
Winthrop at Florida St.ACC Network Extra11/18/16 7:00 PM
Monmouth at SyracuseACC Network Extra11/18/16 7:00 PM
Florida Gulf Coast at BaylorFOX College Sports11/18/16 8:00 PM
Coppin St. at UtahPac-12 Networks11/18/16 8:00 PM
Siena at KansasJayhawk TV11/18/16 8:00 PM
Southeast Missouri at BradleyESPN311/18/16 8:00 PM
Detroit at IllinoisESPN311/18/16 8:00 PM
Norfolk St. at VanderbiltSEC Network PLUS11/18/16 8:00 PM
UT Arlington at ArkansasSEC Network PLUS11/18/16 8:00 PM
UNF at LSUSEC Network PLUS11/18/16 8:00 PM
Ohio at Georgia TechACC Network Extra11/18/16 8:00 PM
Bryant at GonzagaKHQ11/18/16 8:30 PM
Ball St. at AlabamaSEC Network11/18/16 9:00 PM
St. John’s at MinnesotaBTN11/18/16 9:00 PM
New Mexico St. at New MexicoESPN311/18/16 9:00 PM
Charleston Classic Semifinal #2ESPNU HD11/18/16 9:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Sacred Heart at ArizonaPac-12 Networks11/18/16 10:00 PM
Oregon St. at NevadaESPN311/18/16 10:00 PM
Louisiana Tech at NebraskaESPN3TBA
Coastal Carolina at BYUBYUtvTBA
North Carolina at Hawai’iOC Sports11/19/16 1:00 AM
Grambling at ProvidenceFS211/19/16 12:00 PM
Savannah St. at MemphisESPN311/19/16 12:00 PM
Duke vs. Penn St.ESPN311/19/16 12:30 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Bucknell at ButlerFSN11/19/16 1:00 PM
Morehead St. at EvansvilleESPN311/19/16 1:00 PM
St. Mary’s at DaytonFOX Sports Ohio11/19/16 2:00 PM
Eastern Kentucky at Texas TechFOX Sports Southwest11/19/16 2:00 PM
Lamar at Fresno St.Campus Insiders11/19/16 2:00 PM
Simpson at DrakeESPN311/19/16 3:00 PM
Cincinnati vs. Rhode IslandESPN311/19/16 3:00 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Austin Peay at Miami (OH)ESPN311/19/16 3:30 PM
Maine at Boston U.Campus Insiders11/19/16 4:00 PM
Trinity Baptist at FurmanESPN311/19/16 4:00 PM
Colgate at NJITESPN311/19/16 4:00 PM
Penn at Miami (FL)ACC Network Extra11/19/16 4:00 PM
Marist vs. BrownESPN311/19/16 5:30 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Missouri-St. Louis at Indiana St.ESPN311/19/16 6:00 PM
VMI at Virginia TechACC Network Extra11/19/16 7:00 PM
Grand Canyon vs. AlbanyESPN311/19/16 8:00 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Trinity Christian at UICESPN311/19/16 8:00 PM
Idaho St. at Utah St.Campus Insiders11/19/16 9:00 PM
South Dakota St. at WyomingCampus Insiders11/19/16 9:00 PM
CS Fullerton at UNLVCampus Insiders11/19/16 10:00 PM
Northern Colorado at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/19/16 10:00 PM
Tire Pros Invitational 7th PlaceESPN311/20/16 12:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
HOF Tip-Off Naismith ChampESPN HD11/20/16 1:00 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Stetson at East CarolinaESPN311/20/16 1:00 PM
Stony Brook at Boston CollegeACC Network Extra11/20/16 1:00 PM
Yale at VirginiaACC Network Extra11/20/16 1:00 PM
Milwaukee at DePaulFS111/20/16 1:30 PM
Robert Morris at RichmondCSN Mid Atlantic PLUS11/20/16 1:30 PM
Charleston Classic 7th PlaceESPN311/20/16 1:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Princeton at LehighCampus Insiders11/20/16 2:00 PM
New Hampshire at West VirginiaROOT Sports Pittsburgh11/20/16 2:00 PM
The Citadel at Iowa St.Cyclones.TV11/20/16 2:00 PM
Manhattan at TempleESPN311/20/16 2:00 PM
Georgia Southern at MercerESPN311/20/16 2:00 PM
Northern Kentucky at Miami (OH)ESPN311/20/16 2:00 PM
Towson at MarylandESPN311/20/16 2:00 PM
Tire Pros Invitational 5th PlaceESPNU HD11/20/16 2:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
UMES at Wichita St.Cox-Kansas11/20/16 3:00 PM
HOF Tip-Off Naismith 3rd PlESPN2 HD11/20/16 3:30 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Charleston Classic 5th PlaceESPN311/20/16 3:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Florida A&M at Air ForceCampus Insiders11/20/16 4:00 PM
LIU Brooklyn at Boston U.Campus Insiders11/20/16 4:30 PM
Tire Pros Invitational 3rd PlaceESPNU HD11/20/16 5:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Niagara at RutgersBTN11/20/16 5:00 PM
Detroit at Florida St.ACC Network Extra11/20/16 5:00 PM
Nicholls at San DiegoCampus Insiders11/20/16 5:00 PM
Paradise Jam Semifinal #1CBS Sports Network11/20/16 6:00 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Colorado St. at StanfordPac-12 Networks11/20/16 6:00 PM
Hampton at Kansas St.FOX Sports Kansas City11/20/16 6:00 PM
Marist vs. Grand CanyonESPN311/20/16 6:00 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Green Bay at Bowling GreenESPN311/20/16 6:00 PM
Charleston Classic 3rd PlaceESPNU HD11/20/16 7:00 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Florida Gulf Coast at Michigan St.BTN11/20/16 7:00 PM
Tire Pros Invitational ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/20/16 7:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Northern Arizona at WashingtonPac-12 Networks11/20/16 8:00 PM
Iona at NevadaCampus Insiders11/20/16 8:00 PM
Paradise Jam Semifinal #2CBS Sports Network11/20/16 8:30 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Albany vs. BrownESPN311/20/16 8:30 PM
(at Uncasville, CT)
Duquesne at KentuckyESPNU HD11/20/16 9:00 PM
Charleston Classic ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/20/16 9:30 PM
(at Charleston, SC)
Long Beach St. at UCLAPac-12 Networks11/20/16 10:00 PM


 - Week 3 -


Tennessee vs. WisconsinESPN2 HD11/21/16 2:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Georgetown vs. OregonESPN2 HD11/21/16 4:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Illinois St. at TCUFSN11/21/16 6:00 PM
Paradise Jam 3rd PlaceCBS Sports Network11/21/16 6:00 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Norfolk St. at ButlerFS111/21/16 6:30 PM
Notre Dame vs. ColoradoESPN2 HD11/21/16 7:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
George Washington vs. GeorgiaESPNU HD11/21/16 7:00 PM
(at Kansas City, MO)
Belmont vs. FloridaSEC Network11/21/16 7:00 PM
(at Tampa, FL)
Western Carolina at Ohio St.BTN11/21/16 7:00 PM
Murray St. at Bowling GreenESPN311/21/16 7:00 PM
UT Martin at CanisiusESPN311/21/16 7:00 PM
Howard Payne at Incarnate WordSpectrum-Texas11/21/16 8:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at Southern IllinoisESPN311/21/16 8:00 PM
Winthrop at IllinoisESPN311/21/16 8:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at ProvidenceFS111/21/16 8:30 PM
Paradise Jam ChampionshipCBS Sports Network11/21/16 8:30 PM
(at St. Thomas, VI)
Oklahoma St. vs. ConnecticutESPNU HD11/21/16 9:00 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Bucknell at VanderbiltSEC Network11/21/16 9:00 PM
Northern Colorado at ArizonaPac-12 Networks11/21/16 9:00 PM
UAB vs. KansasESPN2 HD11/21/16 9:30 PM
(at Kansas City, MO)
Texas vs. NorthwesternESPN311/21/16 9:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Sacred Heart at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/21/16 10:00 PM
San Diego St. vs. CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/21/16 11:00 PM
(at Sacramento, CA)
North Carolina vs. ChaminadeESPN2 HD11/21/16 11:59 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Hampton at RichmondCSN Mid Atlantic11/22/16 12:00 PM
Western New England at Boston U.Campus Insiders11/22/16 12:00 PM
NJIT vs. Georgia St.YouTube.com11/22/16 12:30 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Maui Invitational Consolation #1ESPN2 HD11/22/16 1:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Alabama St. at Kennesaw St.ESPN311/22/16 2:00 PM
Idaho St. vs. Eastern KentuckyYouTube.com11/22/16 3:00 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Maui Invitational Consolation #2ESPN2 HD11/22/16 3:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Legends Classic 3rd PlaceESPNU HD11/22/16 3:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Legends Classic ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/22/16 6:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Auburn vs. Texas TechCBS Sports Network11/22/16 6:00 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Stony Brook at MarylandBTN11/22/16 7:00 PM
Grambling at VirginiaACC RSNs11/22/16 7:00 PM
Florida A&M at East CarolinaESPN311/22/16 7:00 PM
Florida National at UNFESPN311/22/16 7:00 PM
Westminster at Youngstown St.ESPN311/22/16 7:00 PM
Radford at MercerESPN311/22/16 7:00 PM
UNC Asheville at FurmanESPN311/22/16 7:00 PM
South Carolina St. at SyracuseACC Network Extra11/22/16 7:00 PM
Yale at PittsburghACC Network Extra11/22/16 7:00 PM
Towson at Boston CollegeACC Network Extra11/22/16 7:00 PM
IUPUI at MarquetteFS111/22/16 7:30 PM
CBE Classic 3rd PlaceESPN311/22/16 7:30 PM
(at Kansas City, MO)
Sam Houston St. at Georgia TechACC Network Extra11/22/16 7:30 PM
Maui Invitational Semifinal #1ESPN2 HD11/22/16 8:00 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Robert Morris at Kansas St.FOX Sports Kansas City11/22/16 8:00 PM
Arkansas at MinnesotaESPN311/22/16 8:00 PM
McNeese St. at MemphisESPN311/22/16 8:00 PM
UTSA at LamarESPN311/22/16 8:00 PM
Purdue vs. Utah St.CBS Sports Network11/22/16 8:30 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Oregon St. at TulsaESPNEWS11/22/16 9:00 PM
New Orleans at USCPac-12 Networks11/22/16 9:00 PM
Fort Wayne vs. IndianaBTN11/22/16 9:00 PM
(at Fort Wayne Memorial Coliseum)
Waldorf at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network11/22/16 9:00 PM
UC Santa Barbara at SMUESPN311/22/16 9:00 PM
Stetson at Air ForceCampus Insiders11/22/16 9:00 PM
CBE Classic ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/22/16 10:00 PM
(at Kansas City, MO)
Wyoming at PacificCampus Insiders11/22/16 10:00 PM
Northern Arizona at UNLVCampus Insiders11/22/16 10:00 PM
Bethune-Cookman at San DiegoCampus Insiders11/22/16 10:00 PM
Maui Invitational Semifinal #2ESPN HD11/22/16 10:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Long Beach St. at WashingtonPac-12 Networks11/22/16 11:00 PM
Hawai’i Hilo at Hawai’iOC Sports11/22/16 11:59 PM
Samford at CincinnatiESPN3TBA
Wichita St. vs. LSUESPN2 HD11/23/16 12:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Cancun Challenge Mayan 3rd PlaceYouTube.com11/23/16 12:30 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Cleveland St. at KentuckySEC Network11/23/16 1:00 PM
Baylor vs. VCUESPN2 HD11/23/16 2:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Maui Invitational 7th PlaceESPNU HD11/23/16 2:00 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Madonna at Eastern MichiganESPN311/23/16 2:00 PM
UMES at Colorado St.Campus Insiders11/23/16 2:00 PM
Cancun Challenge Mayan ChampionshipYouTube.com11/23/16 3:00 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
The Citadel at Arizona St.Pac-12 Networks11/23/16 4:00 PM
Maui Invitational 5th PlaceESPN2 HD11/23/16 4:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Michigan at South CarolinaESPNU HD11/23/16 5:00 PM
Cancun Challenge 3rd PlaceCBS Sports Network11/23/16 6:00 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
UMBC at NavyCampus Insiders11/23/16 7:00 PM
College of Charleston at VillanovaFS111/23/16 7:00 PM
William & Mary at DukeESPNU HD11/23/16 7:00 PM
Colgate at Penn St.BTN11/23/16 7:00 PM
Michigan St. vs. St. John’sAXS.TV11/23/16 7:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Jackson St. at Ohio St.ESPN311/23/16 7:00 PM
Tennessee St. at CanisiusESPN311/23/16 7:00 PM
Trinity Baptist at JacksonvilleESPN311/23/16 7:00 PM
Binghamton at Florida Gulf CoastESPN311/23/16 7:00 PM
Maui Invitational 3rd PlaceESPN2 HD11/23/16 7:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Coastal Carolina at Wake ForestACC Network Extra11/23/16 7:30 PM
Missouri St. at DePaulFSN11/23/16 8:00 PM
Cancun Challenge ChampionshipCBS Sports Network11/23/16 8:30 PM
(at Cancun, Mexico)
Maui Invitational ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/23/16 9:30 PM
(at Maui, HI)
Louisville vs. Old DominionAXS.TV11/23/16 9:30 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Troy at San FranciscoCampus Insiders11/23/16 10:00 PM
Buffalo vs. Alaska AnchorageCBS Sports Network11/23/16 11:00 PM
(Great Alaska Shootout)
MGM Grand Main Event ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/23/16 11:59 PM
(at Las Vegas, NV)
Oakland vs. NevadaCBS Sports Network11/24/16 1:30 AM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Battle 4 Atlantis Semifinal #1ESPN HD11/24/16 12:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Indiana St. vs. Iowa St.ESPN2 HD11/24/16 12:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Florida St. vs. TempleESPNU HD11/24/16 12:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Battle 4 Atlantis Semifinal #2ESPN HD11/24/16 2:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Texas A&M vs. CS NorthridgeESPN311/24/16 2:00 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Stanford vs. Miami (FL)ESPN2 HD11/24/16 2:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
West Virginia vs. IllinoisESPNU HD11/24/16 2:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Montana at Ole MissSEC Network PLUS11/24/16 4:00 PM
Virginia Tech vs. New MexicoESPN HD11/24/16 4:30 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Gonzaga vs. QuinnipiacESPN2 HD11/24/16 6:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Battle 4 Atlantis Consolation #1AXS.TV11/24/16 7:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Butler vs. VanderbiltFS111/24/16 8:00 PM
(at Las Vegas, NV)
Seton Hall vs. FloridaESPN2 HD11/24/16 8:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Nebraska vs. DaytonESPNU HD11/24/16 8:30 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Drake vs. IonaCBS Sports Network11/24/16 9:30 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Battle 4 Atlantis Consolation #2AXS.TV11/24/16 9:30 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Arizona vs. Santa ClaraFS111/24/16 10:30 PM
(at Las Vegas, NV)
UCLA vs. PortlandESPN2 HD11/24/16 11:00 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
UC Davis vs. Weber St.CBS Sports Network11/24/16 11:59 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Advocare Invitational Semifinal #1ESPN2 HD11/25/16 11:00 AM
(at Orlando, FL)
NIT Tip-Off 3rd PlaceESPNU HD11/25/16 12:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Battle 4 Atlantis 3rd PlaceESPN2 HD11/25/16 1:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Hartford at RutgersESPN311/25/16 1:00 PM
Advocare Invitational Consolation #1ESPN311/25/16 1:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Belmont Abbey at UNC GreensboroSoConDigitalNetwork.com11/25/16 2:00 PM
NIT Tip-Off ChampionshipESPN2 HD11/25/16 3:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Wooden Legacy Consolation #1ESPNU HD11/25/16 3:00 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Abilene Christian at OklahomaFSN11/25/16 3:00 PM
Idaho St. at Texas TechFOX Sports Southwest11/25/16 3:00 PM
Battle 4 Atlantis ChampionshipESPN HD11/25/16 3:30 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Great Alaska Shootout Consolation #1GCI Cable-Alaska11/25/16 4:00 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Southeastern Louisiana at Colorado St.Campus Insiders11/25/16 4:00 PM
Wooden Legacy Semifinal #1ESPN2 HD11/25/16 5:30 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Great Alaska Shootout Consolation #2GCI Cable-Alaska11/25/16 6:30 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Iowa vs. VirginiaCBS Sports Network11/25/16 7:00 PM
(at Niceville, FL)
UT Martin at KentuckySEC Network11/25/16 7:00 PM
Marshall at Ohio St.BTN11/25/16 7:00 PM
SMU at USCPac-12 Networks11/25/16 7:00 PM
Battle 4 Atlantis 5th PlaceAXS.TV11/25/16 7:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Boston College vs. Kansas St.American Sports Network11/25/16 7:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Hiwasee at FurmanESPN311/25/16 7:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at GeorgiaSEC Network PLUS11/25/16 7:00 PM
High Point at ClemsonACC Network Extra11/25/16 7:00 PM
Morehead St. at PittsburghACC Network Extra11/25/16 7:00 PM
Advocare Invitational Consolation #2ESPN2 HD11/25/16 7:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Las Vegas Invitational 3rd PlaceFS111/25/16 8:00 PM
(at Las Vegas, NV)
UNC Asheville at KansasJayhawk TV11/25/16 8:00 PM
Long Beach St. at Florida Gulf CoastESPN311/25/16 8:00 PM
Lehigh at Mississippi St.SEC Network PLUS11/25/16 8:00 PM
UC Riverside at UtahPac-12 Networks11/25/16 9:00 PM
Fresno St. at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks11/25/16 9:00 PM
Coppin St. at Grand CanyonKASW11/25/16 9:00 PM
Presbyterian at Boise St.Campus Insiders11/25/16 9:00 PM
Advocare Invitational Semifinal #2ESPN2 HD11/25/16 9:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Memphis vs. ProvidenceCBS Sports Network11/25/16 9:30 PM
(at Niceville, FL)
Battle 4 Atlantis 7th PlaceAXS.TV11/25/16 9:30 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Maryland vs. RichmondAmerican Sports Network11/25/16 9:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Wooden Legacy Consolation #2ESPN311/25/16 9:30 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
TCU at UNLVCampus Insiders11/25/16 10:00 PM
Portland St. at Loyola MarymountCampus Insiders11/25/16 10:00 PM
Las Vegas Invitational ChampionshipFS111/25/16 10:30 PM
(at Las Vegas, NV)
Wyoming at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/25/16 11:00 PM
Wooden Legacy Semifinal #2ESPN2 HD11/25/16 11:59 PM
(at Fullerton, CA)
Tulane at Georgia TechACC Network ExtraTBA
Canisius at Youngstown St.ESPN3TBA
Lipscomb at CincinnatiESPN3TBA
Utah Valley at BYUBYUtvTBA
Cornell at HoustonESPN3TBA
Chicago St. at Notre DameACC Network ExtraTBA
Troy at Hawai’iOC Sports11/26/16 1:00 AM
Northern Iowa at XavierFSN11/26/16 12:00 PM
Appalachian St. at DukeACC RSNs11/26/16 12:00 PM
Campbell at VMIESPN311/26/16 1:00 PM
Omaha at Eastern MichiganESPN311/26/16 1:00 PM
Penn at NavyCampus Insiders11/26/16 2:00 PM
Syracuse vs. South CarolinaAmerican Sports Network11/26/16 2:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Manhattan at DetroitWADL11/26/16 2:00 PM
Central Arkansas at Western MichiganESPN311/26/16 2:00 PM
Chattanooga at Kennesaw St.ESPN311/26/16 2:30 PM
Central Michigan at Green BayESPN311/26/16 3:00 PM
Northwestern St. at MissouriSEC Network PLUS11/26/16 3:00 PM
Western Illinois at Miami (OH)ESPN311/26/16 3:30 PM
Charlotte at DavidsonSpectrum-NC11/26/16 4:00 PM
Great Alaska Shootout 7th PlaceGCI Cable-Alaska11/26/16 4:00 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Loyola (Chicago) at NC StateACC Network Extra11/26/16 4:00 PM
Loyola (MD) at CreightonFS211/26/16 4:30 PM
New Mexico St. at San DiegoCampus Insiders11/26/16 5:00 PM
James Madison at George MasonMASN11/26/16 6:00 PM
Great Alaska Shootout 5th PlaceGCI Cable-Alaska11/26/16 6:00 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Emerald Coast Classic ChampionshipCBS Sports Network11/26/16 7:00 PM
(at Niceville, FL)
Barclays Center Classic 3rd PlaceAmerican Sports Network11/26/16 7:00 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Mount St. Mary’s at MichiganESPN311/26/16 7:00 PM
Houston Baptist at MarquetteFS211/26/16 7:30 PM
Seattle at UCFESPN311/26/16 7:30 PM
Barclays Center Classic ChampionshipAmerican Sports Network11/26/16 9:30 PM
(at Brooklyn, NY)
Great Alaska Shootout 3rd PlaceGCI Cable-Alaska11/26/16 9:30 PM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Great Alaska Shootout ChampionshipCBS Sports Network11/27/16 12:30 AM
(at Anchorage, AK)
Advocare Invitational 7th PlaceESPNU HD11/27/16 11:00 AM
(at Orlando, FL)
Advocare Invitational ChampionshipESPN HD11/27/16 1:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Howard at GeorgetownFS111/27/16 1:30 PM
Wooden Legacy 5th PlaceESPNU HD11/27/16 2:00 PM
(at Anaheim, CA)
Wofford at ColoradoPac-12 Networks11/27/16 2:00 PM
Prairie View A&M at WisconsinESPN311/27/16 2:00 PM
Milwaukee vs. South Dakota St.FOX Sports North11/27/16 3:30 PM
(at Sioux Falls, SD)
Wooden Legacy 3rd PlaceESPNU HD11/27/16 4:00 PM
(at Anaheim, CA)
Alcorn St. at Colorado St.Campus Insiders11/27/16 4:00 PM
Ferris St. at Illinois St.ESPN311/27/16 4:00 PM
North Dakota St. at Missouri St.ESPN311/27/16 4:00 PM
Advocare Invitational 3rd PlaceESPN2 HD11/27/16 4:30 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Mississippi Valley St. at IndianaESPN311/27/16 5:00 PM
Portland St. at PepperdineCampus Insiders11/27/16 5:30 PM
San Jose St. at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks11/27/16 6:00 PM
Advocare Invitational 5th PlaceESPNU HD11/27/16 7:00 PM
(at Orlando, FL)
Southeastern Louisiana at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/27/16 8:00 PM
Wooden Legacy ChampionshipESPN HD11/27/16 8:30 PM
(at Anaheim, CA)
UC Santa Barbara at USCPac-12 Networks11/27/16 10:00 PM
Wooden Legacy 7th PlaceESPNU HD11/27/16 11:00 PM
(at Anaheim, CA)
UAPB at Hawai’iOC Sports11/27/16 11:59 PM


 - Week 4 -


Kentucky vs. Arizona St.ESPN2 HD11/28/16 7:00 PM
(at Paradise Island, Bahamas)
Minnesota at Florida St.ESPNU HD11/28/16 7:00 PM
Northwestern St. at Mississippi St.SEC Network11/28/16 7:00 PM
Manhattan at West VirginiaROOT Sports Pittsburgh11/28/16 7:00 PM
Kennesaw St. at USFESPN311/28/16 7:00 PM
Presbyterian at The CitadelESPN311/28/16 7:00 PM
Tulsa at Oral RobertsESPN311/28/16 8:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at ArkansasSEC Network PLUS11/28/16 8:00 PM
Wake Forest at NorthwesternESPNU HD11/28/16 9:00 PM
Butler at UtahPac-12 Networks11/28/16 9:00 PM
Southern Oregon at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks11/28/16 9:00 PM
SIU Edwardsville at Grand CanyonCox-Arizona11/28/16 9:00 PM
Boise St. at OregonPac-12 Networks11/28/16 11:00 PM
North Dakota St. at XavierFS111/29/16 6:30 PM
Delaware St. at St. John’sFS211/29/16 6:30 PM
Pittsburgh at MarylandESPN2 HD11/29/16 7:00 PM
Georgia Tech at Penn St.ESPNU HD11/29/16 7:00 PM
Charleston Southern at AlabamaSEC Network11/29/16 7:00 PM
Tulane at New OrleansCST11/29/16 7:00 PM
Ave Maria at Florida Gulf CoastESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
William & Mary at Central MichiganESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
NC A&T at UNC GreensboroESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
IU Kokomo at Ball St.ESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
Hampton at East CarolinaESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
Davidson at MercerESPN311/29/16 7:00 PM
Mars Hill at WoffordSoConDigitalNetwork.com11/29/16 7:00 PM
Syracuse at WisconsinESPN HD11/29/16 7:30 PM
Northern Colorado at OklahomaFSN11/29/16 8:00 PM
UT Arlington at TexasLonghorn Network11/29/16 8:00 PM
Long Beach St. at KansasJayhawk TV11/29/16 8:00 PM
Southern Nazarene at Wichita St.Cox-Kansas Extra11/29/16 8:00 PM
Murray St. at Southern IllinoisESPN311/29/16 8:00 PM
Tennessee St. at VanderbiltSEC Network PLUS11/29/16 8:00 PM
USC Upstate at AuburnSEC Network PLUS11/29/16 8:00 PM
Buffalo at CreightonFS111/29/16 8:30 PM
Iowa at Notre DameESPN2 HD11/29/16 9:00 PM
NC State at IllinoisESPNU HD11/29/16 9:00 PM
Houston at LSUSEC Network11/29/16 9:00 PM
Michigan St. at DukeESPN HD11/29/16 9:30 PM
Pacific at NevadaCampus Insiders11/29/16 10:00 PM
Coppin St. at GeorgetownFSN11/30/16 6:30 PM
New Hampshire at ProvidenceFS211/30/16 6:30 PM
Purdue at LouisvilleESPN HD11/30/16 7:00 PM
Virginia Tech at MichiganESPN2 HD11/30/16 7:00 PM
Rutgers at Miami (FL)ESPNU HD11/30/16 7:00 PM
Temple at St. Joseph’sCBS Sports Network11/30/16 7:00 PM
Washington at TCUFOX Sports Southwest +11/30/16 7:00 PM
Boston U. at ConnecticutSNY11/30/16 7:00 PM
Eastern Michigan at DetroitWADL11/30/16 7:00 PM
UNC Wilmington at W MichiganESPN311/30/16 7:00 PM
IUPUI at Illinois St.ESPN311/30/16 7:00 PM
Grambling at Miami (OH)ESPN311/30/16 7:00 PM
St. Francis (PA) at NJITESPN311/30/16 7:00 PM
Stetson at UCFESPN311/30/16 7:00 PM
Morehouse at GeorgiaSEC Network PLUS11/30/16 7:00 PM
Incarnate Word at Texas TechFOX College Sports11/30/16 7:30 PM
Green Bay at Kansas St.FOX Sports Kansas City11/30/16 8:00 PM
Rogers St. at Oklahoma St.FOX Sports Southwest +11/30/16 8:00 PM
George Mason at Northern IowaPanther Sports11/30/16 8:00 PM
Northern Illinois at Indiana St.ESPN311/30/16 8:00 PM
Norfolk St. at Loyola (Chicago)ESPN311/30/16 8:00 PM
Chicago St. at UICESPN311/30/16 8:00 PM
Wabash at EvansvilleESPN311/30/16 8:00 PM
NC Central at MissouriSEC Network PLUS11/30/16 8:00 PM
Middle Tennessee at Ole MissSEC Network PLUS11/30/16 8:00 PM
Drake at DePaulFSN11/30/16 8:30 PM
Western Carolina at MarquetteFS211/30/16 8:30 PM
North Carolina at IndianaESPN HD11/30/16 9:00 PM
Ohio St. at VirginiaESPN2 HD11/30/16 9:00 PM
Nebraska at ClemsonESPNU HD11/30/16 9:00 PM
Colorado St. at ColoradoPac-12 Networks11/30/16 9:00 PM
Louisiana Tech at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks11/30/16 9:00 PM
Texas Southern at ArizonaPac-12 Networks11/30/16 9:00 PM
Abilene Christian at New MexicoROOT Sports11/30/16 9:00 PM
Sam Houston St. at BaylorFOX Sports Southwest +11/30/16 9:00 PM
Jackson St. at MemphisWLMT11/30/16 9:00 PM
SMU at Boise St.Campus Insiders11/30/16 9:00 PM
Denver at WyomingCampus Insiders11/30/16 9:00 PM
Utah Valley at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks11/30/16 10:00 PM
Western Oregon at OregonPac-12 Networks11/30/16 10:00 PM
Alcorn St. at San FranciscoCampus Insiders11/30/16 10:00 PM
USC at San DiegoCampus Insiders11/30/16 10:00 PM
UC Irvine at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders11/30/16 10:00 PM
UC Riverside at UCLAPac-12 Networks11/30/16 11:00 PM
St. Mary’s at StanfordPac-12 Networks11/30/16 11:00 PM



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The eight drivers will battle at Martinsville Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway and Phoenix International Raceway for the four spots available in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship. A win at any of the three races equals advancement into the next round. The rest of the field of four will be determined by order of points scored in the three races. After this round, each advancing driver will be reset to 5,000 points

Tiebreaker: If any position comes down to a tiebreaker, only the three races in the Eliminator Round matter. Wins and finishes in the regular season won’t, so the drivers will need to run up front to challenge for the win. If they can’t win, they’ll need to have more second-place finishes, third-place finishes, etc. than their competitors in order to break the tie and advance. If two drivers have the exact same finishes, the tiebreaker then goes to the driver who scored the best finish first.




SUNDAY, NOV. 06 / 2:00 PM ET

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CAN-AM 500

SUNDAY, NOV. 13 / 2:30 PM ET


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The final race is all about order of finish. No bonus points for laps led, etc. The four finalists will start the race tied, and the highest finisher among them at Homestead-Miami Speedway will win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.



SUNDAY, NOV. 20 / 2:30 PM ET


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Here is the schedule of golf events for the PGA of America and all the major tours for Novemeber’16 with links:


Nov. 3-4 — PGA of America: PGA Jones Cup PGA Golf Club, Wanamaker Course; Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Nov. 3-6 — PGA Tour: Shriners Hospital for Children Open TPC Summerlin; Las Vegas, Navada
Nov. 3-6 — European Tour: Turkish Airlines Open Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort; Antalya, Turkey
Nov. 4-6 — LPGA Tour: Toto Japan Classic Kintetsu Kajoshima Country Club; Mie, Japan
Nov. 4-6 — Champions Tour: Dominion Charity Classic Country Club of Virginia (James River Course); Richmond, Va.

Nov. 10-13 — PGA Tour: OHL Classic at Mayakoba El Camaleon GC at Mayakoba Resort; Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Nov. 10-13 — European Tour: Nedbank Golf Challenge Gary Player Country Club; Sun City, South Africa
Nov. 10-13 — Champions Tour: Charles Schwab Cup Championship Desert Mountain Club (Cochise Course); Scottsdale, Ariz.
Nov. 11-13 — LPGA Tour: Lorena Ochoa Invitational Mexico Golf Club; Mexico City, Mexico

Nov. 17-20 — PGA of America: Senior PGA Professional Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz USA PGA Golf Club; Port St. Lucie, Fla.
Nov. 17-20 — PGA Tour: RSM Classic Sea Island Resort (Seaside, Plantation), St. Simons Island, Ga.
Nov. 17-20 — European Tour: DP World Tour Championship Jumeirah Golf Estates; Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Nov. 17-20 — LPGA Tour: CME Group Tour Championship Tiburon Golf Club; Naples, Fla.
Nov. 19-21 — PGA Junior League Golf Championship Grayhawk Golf Club; Scottsdale, Ariz.

Nov. 29-Dec. 2 — Champions Tour National Q-School Finals Reunion Resort (Watson Course); Orlando





November 1 – 6, 2016

BNP Paribas Masters (Men) Paris, France

Huajin Securities WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai (Women) Zhuhai, China

November 7 – 13, 2016

EA Hua Hin WTA 125 Series presented by Singha (Women) Hua Hin, Thailand

November 12 – 13, 2016

Fed Cup Final: France v Czech Republic (Women) Strasbourg, France

November 13 – 20, 2016

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Men) London, England, UK

Engie Open de Limoges (Women) Limoges, France

OEC Taipei WTA Challenger (Women) Taipei, Chinese Taipei

November 21 – 27, 2016

Hololulu (Women) Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

November 25 – 27, 2016

Davis Cup Finals (Men)





November 13 – 20, 2016

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Men) London, England, UK


The 2016 ATP World Tour Finals (also known as the 2016 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for sponsorship reasons) is a men’s tennis tournament that will be played at the O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom, in November 2016. It is the season-ending event for the best singles players and doubles teams on the 2016 ATP World Tour.

The 2016 ATP World Tour Finals will take place from 14 to 20 November at the O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom. It is the 47th edition of the tournament (42nd in doubles). The tournament is run by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and is part of the 2016 ATP World Tour. The event takes place on indoor hard courts. It serves as the season-ending championships for players on the ATP Tour. The eight players who qualify for the event are split into two groups of four. During this stage, players compete in a round-robin format (meaning players play against all the other players in their group). The two players with the best results in each group progress to the semifinals, where the winners of a group face the runners-up of the other group. This stage, however, is a knock-out stage. The doubles competition uses the same format.

The ATP World Tour Finals has a round-robin format, with eight players/teams divided into two groups of four. The eight seeds are determined by the ATP Rankings and ATP Doubles Team Rankings on the Monday after the last ATP World Tour tournament of the calendar year. All singles matches are the best of three tie-break sets, including the final. All doubles matches are two sets (no ad) and a Match Tie-break.

The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals is the year-end climax to the men’s professional tennis season, featuring only the world’s best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams as they battle it out for the last title of the season. Players compete for Emirates ATP Rankings points throughout the season in a bid to earn one of the eight coveted berths. Played using a round-robin format at The O2 in London, each participant plays three matches as they compete for a berth in the knockout semi-finals and beyond. An undefeated champion earns 1,500 Emirates ATP Rankings points. Total prize money offered is US$7.5 million.


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 104th GREY CUP


The 104th Grey Cup (known as the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw for sponsorship reasons) is a Canadian football game that will be played on November 27, 2016, at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario, to decide the champion for the 2016 CFL season.

The Canadian Football League will bring its championship game back to Toronto and this time it will have more of a true football feel.

The 2016 Grey Cup will be played outdoors on grass at a refurbished BMO Field, which is the new home of the Argonauts.

“We think this is the perfect opportunity,” said CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge. “It’s going to culminate the debut of the new era of Toronto Argonauts football and also it helps set the stage for the new era of the CFL. It’s a beautiful stadium and it’s a newly renovated stadium.

“So it’s a perfect environment for us to play and it really does symbolize the new CFL with great stadiums and great social events.”


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The very first Thanksgiving was observed in Plymouth, MA in 1621, when weary settlers were joined by Wampanoag Indians in celebration of a traditional Old World English harvest festival. The Thanksgiving tradition continues today with turkey, savory stuffing and cranberry sauce, plus generous helpings of pumpkin pie and other desserts traditionally prepared from family recipes handed down through the years.

We all know Thanksgiving is a time for family togetherness, but it’s also the perfect time to discover or embrace your culinary passions. The celebration, after all, is really around the dinner table. Make this year’s meal something to remember. Whether you cook a classic menu or create new traditions entirely.



Whether you are are a Seasoned Veteran or this is your first time hosting the Festivities, we got you covered with everything you need to know to make it the best Thanksgiving Ever!




Entertaining Tips
Turkey on the Grill
Smoking the Bird
Deep Fried Turkey
Carving the Beast
Thanksgiving Info
Macy’s Thankgiving Day Parade
Turkey Day and the NFL




Entertaining Tips


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Appetizers | Marinades | Rubs | Chili | Vegetables | Sandwiches

Pizza | Meats | Sauces | Breakfast | Desserts | Holiday | Drinks |

Equipment & Technique |


Here are our Favorite Go-To Recipes for Sides and Stuff:


Easy Turkey Gravy

Making gravy from your pan drippings is easy. You can make it with the drippings or use low sodium chicken broth while your turkey is resting. Don’t even think about using gravy from a jar.


1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
4 cups pan drippings


Drain the pan drippings for the roasted turkey through a fine strainer.
Let sit and then remove any fat from the top of the drippings.
Add in chicken broth or water to make 4 cups if necessary.
In a medium saucepan, melt margarine or butter.
Add in lots of black pepper.
Add in 1/2 cup flour plus 3 tablespoons; constantly whisk for about 3 minutes over low heat. Slowly add in the 4 cups turkey broth/drippings; whisk constantly over medium-low heat until bubbly and thickened (about 3 minutes).
Use right away or keep warm over lowest heat setting, whisk again before serving.


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Mashed Potatoes

The greatest thing about this recipe for mashed potatoes is that you can make them ahead of time and cook them while the turkey is resting.


3 lbs potatoes (about 4 large)
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons butter or 2 tablespoons margarine
2 (3 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened
2/3 cup sour cream
1/4 cup milk
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon butter or 1 tablespoon margarine, melted
1/2 teaspoon paprika


Place potatoes in a saucepan; add water to cover and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Bring to a boil; cover, reduce heat to medium and simmer for 25 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Drain.
Peel potatoes; place in a large mixing bowl, and mash with a potato masher.
Add 2 tablespoons butter, cream cheese, sour cream, milk and 3/4 teaspoon salt.
Mix until all ingredients are blended.
Spoon mixture into a lightly greased 12x8x2-inch baking dish. Brush top of mixture with melted butter; sprinkle with paprika. Bake immediately, or cover and refrigerate*.
Bake at 350F, uncovered for 30 minutes or until hot.
*= If refrigerated, let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before baking.


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Sweet Potato Casserole

This is my take on a classic sweet potato casserole. To me, you must top them with marshmallows, but they are optional.


3 cups mashed sweet potatoes
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup melted butter
1/4 cup cream
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1/2 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup flour
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1/2 cup chopped pecans
3 tablespoons melted butter
1 cup mini marshmallows


Mix all of the casserole ingredients together until well blended.
Spread into a buttered casserole dish. Mix topping ingredients (except marshmallows) together and sprinkle over the casserole. Bake uncovered in a 350 degree oven for 35 minutes. Remove from oven. To top with marshmallows, place them on the casserole and bake for an addition 5-7 minutes or until marshmallows have melted.


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Cranberry-Pineapple Sauce

This recipe makes close to 6 cups, plan ahead the sauce needs to chill for 24 hours before using.


1 (20 ounce) cans crushed pineapple in juice
2 (12 ounce) packages cranberries (fresh or frozen, preferably fresh)
1 1/4 cups sugar (can use more)
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon cloves


Drain the pineapple thoroughly in a fine sieve set over a large measuring cup (push the pineapple against the sieve to drain out any extra juice).
Add enough water to the measuring cup (with the juice in it) to make 2 cups liquid.
Place the liquid in a saucepan. Add in cranberries and sugar.
Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves and the mixture comes to a boil. Continue to boil until most of the berries pop and the mixture is thick, stirring occasionally (about 10 minutes) remove from heat. Add in drained pineapple, walnuts, lemon juice and cloves; mix until well combined. Transfer to a bowl and cool to room temperature.
Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours.


Green Bean Casserole

This is the classic green bean casserole you have had at many thanksgiving dinners throughout the years. The recipe has not changed and can’t be easier.


1 (10 3/4 ounce) cans condensed cream of mushroom soup
1/4 cup milk
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
2 (14 1/2 ounce) cans cut green beans, drained
1 1/3 cups French-fried onions (French’s)


Combine soup, milk and pepper in a 1 1/2 qt baking dish; stir until blended.
Stir in beans and 2/3 cup fried onions.Bake at 350°F for 30 minutes or until hot. Stir.
Sprinkle with remaining 2/3 cup fried onions.Bake 5 more minutes or until onions are golden.


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Wild Thanksgiving Cocktail

Nothing says fall like Wild Turkey, apple brandy and cranberry juice. Why not make up a big batch of this cocktail and put it in a punch bowl.


1 ounce wild turkey
2 ounces apple brandy
1 splash lime juice
3 ounces cranberry juice
2 mint leaves


Muddle mint leaves in bottom of glass. Shake everything else together and pour into glass. Serve chilled.


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Brown Sugar Pumpkin Pie

One 12‑inch circle of pastry
15-ounce can pumpkin puree
3 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar
1/2 tsp allspice
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/2 tsp salt

Preheat the oven to 375°F.
Line an 8-inch pie plate with the rolled out pastry and trim it even with the edge of the pie plate. Combine puree with the remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl and stir until well blended. Pour into the prepared pastry and bake for 50 to 55 minutes, or until the crust is nicely browned and the custard set. Let cool


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Turkey on the Grill


Need to free up the oven? Let the grill handle the turkey and veggies.

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Smoking the Bird


For generations people have been dropping turkeys into the oven and roasting for hours. They use stuffings and little pop up timers. Guess what? You can make a great turkey this way, but wouldn’t it be great to go one step further? Smoked turkey is more flavorful and tender than one roasted in the oven. Breaking away from tradition can be hard, but let the people over all walk you through the process.

The Basics:

Here’s what you are going to do. You are going to smoke your turkey to an internal temperature of 165 degrees F. This means that the coldest part of the turkey is 165 degrees F. This isn’t a suggestion. Test in at least two places (or more) and remember that turkey bones heat faster so keep the thermometer away from bone. Also, dark meat should be cooked to a higher temperature so worry about the breast, but make sure to check the thighs as well.

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Deep Fried Turkey


How To Deep Fry a Turkey


As the popularity of Cajun Deep Fried Turkey has continued to grow, a whole industry has sprung up to support it. The problem is that most people face a big problem trying to do this on their stove. Namely, it makes a terrible mess and it’s dangerous to do in an enclosed space. The answer is to take it outdoors. But be warned, this can be a expensive operation, but well worth it. For those of you who don’t know what a deep fried turkey is like, let me give you the basics of the process.


How to Deep Fry a Turkey:


Step One: Get a turkey, a very large cooking pot, and some cooking oil. vegetable oil can be used, but it’s better to use peanut oil. Peanut oil is very expensive and several gallons are going to be needed.

Step Two: Prepare the turkey. It needs to be defrosted and washed. Make sure there are no pop up tender timer devices or anything left inside. And, most importantly it must be completely dry. I mean really, really dry. You know what happens when you put water in boiling oil, don’t you. You will also need to truss the turkey, meaning you need to secure the legs, neck flap, wings and tail to the body of the turkey.

Step Three: To determine the perfect amount of oil you are going to be using, place the turkey in the pot and add water until the turkey is completely covered plus two inches. With the turkey and the water there should still be several inches of room between the oil and the top of the pot. If it’s a close call, then you need either a bigger pot or a smaller turkey. Remove the turkey and measure the water. This is the amount of oil that will be needed.

Step Four: Dry and season the turkey. Various recipes will call for seasoning rubs or injection mixtures. You’ll find out more on this in the coming posts.

Step Five: Make sure that your frying pot is completely dry. Water left behind can cause some serious problems once the oil is added and starts heating up.

Step Six: Add the oil to the pot and bring it to a temperature of about 375 degrees. You should really get a good thermometer so you can get the temperatures right.

Step Seven: This is where it gets tricky. The turkey needs to be room temperature and dry. Turn off the burner when you put the turkey in. You are going to lower the turkey into the pot of very hot oil. The oil is going to splatter. You need some very good cooking gloves and a way to put the turkey in the oil while you are a safe distance. This is the reason why it’s really not that good of an idea to do it on your stove top. There are now devices to help you like Deep Fried Turkey Lifter for $39.95 that give you a good hold on the turkey. Now I have heard of people using a wire basket on the turkey and a wooden board to do this. A bit of inventing and I’m sure you’ll find a way. Anyway, slowly lower the turkey into the oil.

A good method here is dunking. When you lower the turkey into the oil it will boil up. This is why you want the burner off when you do it. People have been burned by hot oil hitting the burner. You might not need to do more than a single dunk but you should be prepared to raise the bird out of the oil it it starts boiling up. You can greatly reduce the mess and risk of personal injury by lifting the bird up as the oil boils around it. A couple of dunks and the turkey should be nicely settled in.

Step Eight: Once the bird is safely resting in the oil, turn the burner back on to get to a temperature of 350 degrees F. At this point you can go take a breather. But don’t wander too far because that turkey will be done soon. A deep fried turkey cooks at a rate of about 3 to 3 1/2 minutes per pound. A ten pound turkey should take 30-35 minutes. An instant read thermometer can help you test for doneness, but of course you will need to lift the turkey out to test it.

Step Nine: Remove the turkey from the oil when it’s done. Do this slowly and after you have turned off the burner. Let the turkey drain a little bit and you’re set to go.

Step Ten: Carve and enjoy. If you have never had a turkey cooked this way then you have not finished your life requirements. Do this and you may never put a turkey in the oven again. Despite what you might think this turkey is not oily or greasy. It’s crisp, juicy and delicious.

Of course I know that if you put your mind to it you can come up with a good cooker arrangement. But there are a couple of things this cooker needs: a good stock pot, a controllable heat source and a way to safely get the turkey in the oil and out again.





whole turkey, completely thawed
seasoned rub
peanut oil

1. Get a huge pot, like a stock pot. Put the turkey (completely thawed) in the pot, add water to completely surround the turkey. Look at how much water you added; that’s how much oil you will need. Pour out the water and dry off the turkey.
2. Put a seasoned rub on the turkey. You don’t have to, but it makes the skin delicious.
3. Fill the pot with as much oil as you need..The more the better. This is where it gets expensive, because you need at least a couple gallons of oil. The better quality oils (like peanut oil) will get hotter, and work better, but you can use a cheaper oil. Now, get the oil as hot as possible, and as close to 400 as possible without excessive smoking.
4. Turn off the burner (this is a precaution to prevent spatters from hitting an open flame). Add the turkey. You can use a 2 by 4 piece of wood (thru the wrapped legs) to lower the turkey into the oil. WARNING: the oil really splatters out at this point, so STAY back. This is MESSY! Once the spattering has stopped, turn the burner back on.
5. After you add the turkey, the oil temp. will drop rapidly. That’s why you want it as hot as possible to begin with. Hopefully, it will remain around 350 degrees, so it sears the skin, and the meat does NOT get greasy.
6. Cook for about 3 min per pound, + 5 minutes. It the turkey is over 18 lbs, you might want to go 3 min per pound +10 or 15 minutes.
Turkey done this way is very tender and moist, and amazingly not greasy…


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Thanksgiving Info


How to Pick a Turkey

The rule of thumb when buying a Thanksgiving turkey is to estimate one pound of meat per person. If you have a little extra time and money to spend, consider getting your turkey from a nearby farm. In addition to supporting the local economy, you get the freshest meat possible and won’t have to worry about defrosting. Fresh turkeys should remain refrigerated until cooked. If you buy a frozen bird, follow the tips in step two.

How to Defrost Your Turkey

You can defrost a turkey in the refrigerator or in cold water. In the fridge, you need approximately 24 hours for every 4-5 pounds of turkey. Cold water thawing takes only 30 minutes per pound of meat. You must change the water every 30 minutes, however, and refrigerate or cook your bird immediately after thawing.

Prepping Your Bird

To add extra flavor and tenderize your turkey, consider taking the time to marinate or brine it before roasting. The jury’s still out on which method creates a tastier bird, so try one this year and the other next November and let your family decide!

To Marinate: Use a fork to make holes over the whole turkey. Put the bird in a large, sturdy plastic bag, add the marinade (homemade or purchased), close the bag, and let your bird marinate overnight in the refrigerator. Be sure to discard leftover marinade before cooking the turkey.

To Brine: Prepare the brining solution, mixing 2 cups of table salt with 2 gallons of cold water in a large, clean container. You can add dried herbs to the brine, and some chefs also use brown sugar, a few cloves of garlic, or even dried red chili peppers. Submerge the turkey in the brining solution and refrigerate for 6-8 hours. Before cooking, thoroughly wash the turkey, removing all remnants of the brine.

Stuffing – Let Your Creativity Reign

While you can buy stuffing mixes, the homemade alternative is much tastier, and not as hard to prepare as you might think. There are a myriad of stuffing combinations, including a few creative twists. Here are a few:

Apples & Cranberries
Dried Fruit and Nuts Marinated in Orange Juice
Wild Rice & Cornbread
Sausage & Chestnuts
Oyster Stuffing

Many pros recommend always cooking stuffing outside the bird to prevent salmonella poisoning. In this case, you can still put an aromatic inside the bird to enhance the flavor, such as a satchel of herbs, a combination of fruit, or a Mirepoix. If you cook the stuffing in the bird, make absolute certain that you check the internal temperature to ensure it has cooked completely.

Whatever method you choose, preparing stuffing the day before Thanksgiving is a great way to save time on the big day. Just remember to keep the wet (vegetables, fruit, broth, etc) and dry ingredients separate until it’s time to cook them.

Roast a Moist Turkey

Sure you can deep fry or grill, but for most Americans, roasting is the way to enjoy this Thanksgiving staple. Use a roasting pan with low sides and add a cup of water to the bottom to help with clean-up after the meal. Roast at a minimum of 325° F until the internal temperature registers 165° F on a food thermometer. Be sure to check the meat’s temperature both at the thickest part of the breast and on the inner thigh and wing to ensure that the whole bird is thoroughly cooked. If you’ve stuffed the turkey, make sure that the center of the stuffing has also reached 165°F.

Carving Your Bird

Letting the turkey sit for 20 minutes after removing it from the oven allows the juices to set and makes the carver’s job much easier. While it’s intimidating to slice into such a masterpiece, the best way to learn to carve a turkey is to practice! Using a sharp, straight knife helps you with this delicate task.

Experts also recommend removing the drumstick and wing before cutting into the highly coveted breast meat. Once you do, cut a vertical line along the center of the breast–there should be a cartilage ridge down the center. Next, cut a horizontal line along the breast bone, starting from the outside and moving toward your vertical cut. Do this for both sides. Then, slice the breast meat at a slight slant from the outside of the breast to the center. Layer meat on a slightly warm platter, and serve soon to prevent the meat from drying out

The Most Important Thanksgiving Lesson

Whether you opt for an elaborate feast or a casual dinner, your Thanksgiving meal will be special because you share it with loved ones. Give yourself time, relax, and enjoy your time in the kitchen. Whether you’re a pro trying new things or a first-time cook planning your first feast, savor the process and take pride in your hard work.


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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade


Macy’s Thanksgiving
Day Parade in NYC!

When: Thanksgiving Day 9AM

2015 Parade Route: After it kicks off at 77th Street and Central Park West, the parade will travel down to Columbus Circle, turn onto Central Park South and march down Avenue of the Americas to 34th Street. At 34th Street, the parade makes its final turn west and ends at 7th Avenue in front of Macy’s Herald Square.



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Turkey Day and the NFL


For millions of Americans, from generation to generation, Thanksgiving Day and NFL football are inextricably linked.

On Thanksgiving Day in 1925, a crowd of 36,000 – then the largest in pro football history – watched the Chicago Bears play the Chicago Cardinals at Wrigley Field.

In Detroit, the relationship between the Lions and Thanksgiving football dates back to 1934 when owner G.A. RICHARDS scheduled a holiday contest between the first-year Lions and the defending world champion Chicago Bears. The game was the first NFL game nationally broadcast, with NBC radio on the dial.

Since 1966, the Cowboys have been a Thanksgiving fixture, having hosted the annual contest for 47 of the last 49 years. In 1975 and 1977, the St. Louis Cardinals played host to the game in place of Dallas. In 1978, the game returned to Dallas for good.

From touch football games with friends to watching NFL games with relatives after a holiday feast, these football moments and memories are interwoven with the holiday season.

NFL games are as much a part of Thanksgiving as turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. This Thanksgiving will feature a tripleheader on Thursday, November 24. The first game will send the Minnesota Vikings to Detroit to face the Lions (12:30 PM ET, CBS). The late afternoon game will feature the Washington Redskins visiting the Dallas Cowboys (4:30 PM ET, FOX). The holiday concludes with the Indianapolis Colts hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers on NBC (8:30 PM ET).



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NYC Marathon


this year’s big run in the Big Apple to kick off on Sunday morning, November 6, 2016 beginning at 9AM with the starting line at the city’s famous Verrazono-Narrows Bridge in Staten Island.

For complete TV coverage tune in to local ABC television on Channel 7 in New York City. and nationwide on ESPN and ESPN2.
All about the New York City Marathon

What began in Central Park with a 127 runners in 1970, has today grown to an international event which includes almost 50,000 runners from around the world participating in one of the world’s largest and most famous running competitions.

Where else? In NYC, where an estimated 2 million spectators pack the streets each year to cheer on a friend or relative on the traditional first Sunday in November — when the marathon runs for the a bit more than 26 miles from Staten Island to Manhattan in a carnival party atmosphere!

As usual, star gazing will also part of the fun — last year celebrity runners at the 2014 NYC Marathon included “Desperate Housewives” actress Teri Hatcher, football great Tiki Barber, and pro tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.

New York Marathon official route

The New York City Marathon starts on the Staten Island side of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, then proceeds through Brooklyn and Queens

Crossing into Manhattan, via the Queensborough Bridge, the race next makes its way up to the Bronx and then south again to Manhattan … where the finish line awaits in Central Park.
Best New York Marathon viewing

In Manhattan, First Avenue and 59th Street traditionally provides the most dramatic views as runners spill down the ramp of the Queensborough Bridge (at the 16-mile mark) for a sharp turn on First Avenue to speed their way uptown. Otherwise, the best spectator viewing – and most elbow room – can be found on First Avenue between 65th and 96th Streets.

In Brooklyn, any spot along Fourth Avenue, the longest NYC Marathon stretch, comes highly recommended. In Queens the best spots lie along 51st Street and 44th Drive from Vernon to Crescent Street. Meanwhile, up north in the Bronx, try 138th Street from Alexander Avenue to Third Avenue.





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