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Friday October 31st

Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls – 5pm ESPN: These two teams should be two of the best in the Eastern Conference this season.

Washington Capitals at Chicago Blackhawks – 5:30pm NHLN: If you don’t have trick or treaters at the door then this game might be a nice hockey treat.

Saturday November 1st

TCU at West Virginia -12:30pm ESPN2/ABC: West Virginia is one of the funnest teams to watch and TCU is coming off of a win against Texas Tech in which they scored 82 points. Shootout is imminent.

Florida at Georgia – 12:30pm CBS: We’re not suppose to call it ‘The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party’ anymore but we will.

Auburn at Ole Miss – 4pm ESPN: Two teams in currently in the Playoff. One won’t be after this game.

NY Rangers at Toronto Maple Leafs -4pm NHLN: Two Original 6 clubs facing off in TO. Holla.

Stanford at Oregon -4:30pm FOX: Stanford has been the Ducks kryptonite over the last few years. Ducks need to change that if they want to be in the Playoff.

LA Galaxy at Real Salt Lake – 5pm NBCSN: It’s MLS Playoff time and this home and home is going to be something to watch.

Arizona at UCLA – 7:30pm ESPN: These late PAC-12 games have a tendency to come down to the wire. This one should be no different.

Utah at Arizona St – 8pm FS1: What we said above applies here too.

Sunday November 2nd

Manchester City vs Manchester United – 5:30am NBCSN: The Manchester Derby is always fun to watch.

Toronto Argonauts at Montreal Alouettes – 9am ESPN3: The CFL season is rapidly coming to an end and it’s a three way race for the Eastern Conference’s top spot.

Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys – 10am FOX: Two teams that no expected to be good are.

San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins – 10am CBS: Dolphins have won 2 in a row and the Chargers have lost 2 in a row. Still could be a shootout on South Beach.

F1 Grand Prix of America – 11:30am NBC: Formula 1 in Austin, TX.

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots – 4:25pm CBS: Yep, this is going to be one helluva game.

Seattle Sounders at FC Dallas – 6pm ESPN: The Sounders have two of the three parts of the MLS treble locked up. The road for the allusive MLS Cup starts in Texas.


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