All times are Pacific.
Friday December 11th
Miami Heat at Indiana Pacers – 4pm ESPN: Two 12-8 teams meet in Indianapolis.
LA Kings at Pittsburgh Penguins -4pm NHL Gamecenter: Well the Pens were out West last weekend, now the Pacific leading Kings come East.
Charleston Southern at Jacksonville State – 5pm ESPN2: Some FCS playoffs for your Friday night. Jacksonville State is the top seed in the FCS playoff bracket and Charleston Southern would love nothing more than to topple the Gamecocks.
The Ultimate Fighter Finale – 7pm FS1: Joe Lauzon vs Evan Dunham, Edson Barboza vs Tony Ferguson and the main event is a 145lbs clash between Frankie Edgar and Chad Mendes.
Saturday December 12th
Northern Iowa at North Dakota State – 9am ESPN: North Dakota State is looking for it’s 5th straight FCS title. Northern Iowa almost upset North Dakota State earlier this year. Payback is awaiting.
Army vs Navy – Noon CBS: 116th edition of the Army vs Navy game. Navy has won 13 years in a row. That’s right. Navy hasn’t lost to Army since 2001 when George W Bush was in his 1st term. Navy also has quarterback Keenan Reynolds who owns the NCAA record for touchdowns (83).
Utah vs Wichita State – 12:30pm ESPN2: The always dangerous Shockers welcome the Utes in some afternoon hoops action.
Cincinnati vs Xavier – 2:30pm FOX: The battle for basketball bragging rights in the Queen City.
Washington Capitals at Tampa Bay Lightning – 4pm NHLN: The Caps lead the Metropolitan division and while the Lightning may not be in Stanley Cup form yet, let’s not forget that they were their last season.
Dallas Stars at St Louis Blues – 5pm NHL Gamecenter: The two top teams in the Central division square off.
San Antonio Spurs at Atlanta Hawks – 5pm NBATV: The Spurs are quietly one of the best teams in the NBA while the Hawks are no slouches either.
UFC 193 – 7pm PPV: Two titles on the line as Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman takes on Luke Rockhold and then the fight you might have heard about Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo takes on the Interim Champion Conor McGregor.
Sunday December 13th
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals – 1pm CBS: This is the game of the day.
Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia Eagles – 10am CBS: Honestly, we just wanted to see which Eagles team shows up. Plus LeSean McCoy heads back to Philly.
Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos – 1pm CBS: A long standing rivalry and the potential to go everywhere in-between.
Vancouver Canucks at Chicago Blackhawks – 4pm NHLN: The Canucks are sitting in second in the Pacific division while the Blackhawks are still the Blackhawks. That means they are still the defending Stanley Cup Champions.
New England Patriots at Houston Texas – 5:30pm NBC: The Texans started 1-4 and have gone 5-2 since. The Patriots are all of a sudden in a tail spin, losers of their last two.