What to Watch Fri. 10/23 – Sun. 10/25

All times are Pacific.

Friday October 23rd

Montreal Canadiens at Buffalo Sabers – 4pm NLHN: Habs are off to a 7-0-0 start but Buffalo has rookie sensation Jack Eichel.

Memphis at Tulsa – 5pm ESPN: Memphis is coming off a huge win against Ole Miss. Tulsa is the nations 6th ranked offense while Memphis is 10th. Shootout Possibility Factor: High.

Toronto Blue Jays at KC Royals – 5pm FS1: Game 6 and the Jays send David Price to the mound who has lost his last seven post season starts.

 

Saturday October 24th

Deshaun Watson Clemson

Clemson at Miami – 9am ABC: Clemson is just about a lock for the College Football Playoff unless they stumble here which is entirely possible. Miami is a tough place to play. You also get to watch the two best QB’s in the ACC in Clemson’s Deshaun Watson and Miami’s Brad Kaaya.

Tennessee at Alabama – 12:30pm CBS: Third Saturday in October means one thing, Tennessee vs Bama. Can the Vols finally put four quarters of football together against the Tide? Are the Tide on let down alert?

Texas A&M at Ole Miss – 4pm ESPN: Both teams have a conference loss. Both are coming off of tough, embarrassing loss. Both need this game.

Utah at USC – 4:30pm FOX: Some people consider Utah the best team in the country but USC has enough talent to beat anybody in the country.

Tampa Bay Lightning at Chicago Blackhawks – 5:30pm NHLN: A rematch of last years Stanley Cup Final.

Toronto Blue Jays at KC Royals – 5pm FS1 (If Necessary): Game 7 if it’s needed.

 

Sunday October 25th

Buffalo Bills vs Jacksonville Jaguars – 6:30am Yahoo: First ever NFL regular season game streamed live on Yahoo. Should be a decent game and you can watch on your tablet as you lay in bed.

Manchester United vs Manchester City – 7am NBCSN: It’s a Manchester Derby on a Sunday morning.

NY Jets at NE Patriots – 10am CBS: Undefeated Pats take on a solid Jets team.

United States Grand Prix – Noon NBC: F1 in Austin, Texas.

MLS Decision Day – 2pm/4pm: First ever “Decision Day” in MLS. The real action is out west where Portland, Sporting KC, Seattle and San Jose are all competing for three playoff spots.

Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers – 5:30pm NBC: Undefeated Panthers welcome the Eagles who seem to be putting it together.

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