The Week In Television

September 21, 2003

SEPT. 19-25

SATURDAY 9/20 > CBS NOON > No. 12 Tennessee at No. 17 Florida
Must-see SEC. The Vols won the last showdown at the Swamp, in
2001, to snap their seven-game road losing streak against the
Gators.

SATURDAY 9/20 > CBS 3:30 PM > No. 7 Georgia at No. 11 LSU
Must-see SEC II. The matchup between these two conference powers
should produce loads of points and hits: The Dawgs and Tigers
have thrashed their opponents by a combined score of 233-44
through their first three games.

SATURDAY 9/20 > TENNIS CHANNEL 8 PM > Battle of the Sexes
For the first time since the match was played in 1973, Billie
Jean King's groundbreaking victory over Bobby Riggs will air in
its entirety, followed by never-before-seen interviews with
Riggs, who died in '95, and a conversation with King.

SUNDAY 9/21 > ABC 12:30 PM > Women's World Cup: Sweden vs. United
States
Cover jinx, anyone? In the first of 18 Cup matches to be shown on
ABC, ESPN and ESPN2--including the final on Oct. 12 at the Home
Depot Center in Carson, Calif.--Mia Hamm (page 58) leads the
reigning champs at RFK Memorial Stadium.

MONDAY 9/22 > ABC 9 PM > Raiders at Broncos
Even though Denver coach Mike Shanahan is 12-4 against Oakland,
the Broncos will be looking to get even after a 28-16 loss last
December.

DON'T MISS
SATURDAY 9/20 > HBO 9:45 PM Chris Byrd vs. Fres Oquendo
Is any heavyweight less appreciated than Byrd (36-2, 20 KOs)? The
33-year-old IBF champ, who has beaten Vitali Klitschko, David Tua
and Evander Holyfield, takes on Oquendo (24-1, 15 KOs), who lost
to Tua in April 2002.

COLOR PHOTO: TOM MIHALEK/AFP/GETTY IMAGES Byrd of prey

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)