Sports TV listings for Tuesday Nov. 2 – Roanoke Times Leave a comment

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
7 p.m.; ESPN, announcement of first College Football Playoff Top 25 of the season
7 p.m.; CBS Sports Network, Ball St. at Akron
7:30 p.m.; ESPN2, Eastern Michigan at Toledo
7:30 p.m.; ESPNU, Miami of Ohio at Ohio
GOLF
3 a.m. (Wednesday); ESPN2, Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, First Round, at Dubai, United Arab Emirates
HORSE RACING
10 a.m.; MASN, “Breakfast at the Breeders’ Cup”
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
8 p.m.; WFXR, World Series, Game 6, Atlanta at Houston (pregame show at 7:30 p.m.)
NBA
7:30 p.m.; TNT, Miami at Dallas
10 p.m.; TNT, New Orleans at Phoenix
NFL
3 p.m.; ESPN, “SportsCenter Special: NFL Trade Deadline”
8 p.m.; ESPN, “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady Preview Special”
SOCCER 
1 p.m.; SEC Network, College Women, SEC Quarterfinal, Florida vs. Tennessee, at Orange Beach, Ala.
3:30 p.m.; SEC Network, College Women, SEC Quarterfinal, Alabama vs. Mississippi
4 p.m.; CBS Sports Network, UEFA Champions League, whiparound coverage
6 p.m.; SEC Network, College Women, SEC Quarterfinal, LSU vs. Arkansas
8 p.m.; Fox Sports 2, CONCACAF League, Quarterfinal, Leg 2, Santos de Guapiles at Forge
8:30 p.m.; SEC Network, College Women, SEC Quarterfinal, Auburn vs. South Carolina
10 p.m.; Fox Sports 2, CONCACAF League, Quarterfinal, Leg 2, Marathon at Motagua
TENNIS
6 a.m.; Tennis Channel, continuation of coverage of Paris Masters and Billie Jean King Cup (USA vs. Slovakia, Australia vs. Belgium, Russia. vs. Canada, Germany vs. Switzerland)
5:30 a.m. (Wednesday); Tennis Channel, coverage of Paris Masters and Billie Jean King Cup (USA vs. Spain, France vs. Russia)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
8 p.m.; ACC Network, “Nothing But Net: Women’s Basketball Season Preview”
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