What to Watch this week in sports

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THURSDAY: 11/27, CBS, 12:30 p.m. NFL: Titans at Detroit The Titans have won four out of their last five against the Lions, and have only lost once this season -- last week to the Jets. Meanwhile, Detroit is 0-11, and blew a 17-0 first quarter lead last week en route to a 38-20 loss. Doesn't look pretty on paper, but what else are you going to watch, a parade?

THURSDAY: 11/27, TNT, 10:30 p.m. NBA: Hornets at Nuggets Chris Paul has posted a double-double in all but two of the Hornets' games so far this season. He takes his show to Denver Thanksgiving Day for a matchup with Chauncey Billups, Carmelo Anthony and the rejuvenated Nuggets.

SATURDAY: 11/29, ABC, 8:00 p.m. CFB: Oklahoma at Oklahoma State No. 3 Oklahoma leads the all-time series against Oklahoma State, 79-16-7, and comes into the annual matchup on a high after routing previously-unbeaten Texas Tech last week. The No. 12 Cowboys have a big offensive weapon of their own in Kendall Hunter (1,434 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns), but will he be enough to keep up with Sam Bradford?

SATURDAY: 11/29, ABC, 3:30 p.m. CFB: Florida at Florida State Before Tim Tebow and the No. 4 Gators get a crack at No. 1 Alabama, they need to get through Bobby Bowden's Seminoles, who are fighting for a spot in their own conference title game. Florida leads the all-time series, 31-19-2, and has won the past four meetings between the clubs.

SUNDAY: 11/30, CBS, 4:15 p.m. NFL: Steelers at Patriots Coming off back-to-back 400-yard passing games, Matt Cassel looks to keep the 7-4 Patriots prominently in the AFC playoff picture. The Steelers have won three of their last four, and at 8-3, are one of the last real obstacles on the Pat's schedule before they close with Seattle, Oakland, Arizona and Buffalo.