The Week In Television

Oct. 06, 2003
Oct. 06, 2003

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Oct. 6, 2003


The Week In Television

OCT. 3-9

This is an article from the Oct. 6, 2003 issue Original Layout

FRIDAY 10/3 > ESPN2 10 PM > No. 19 Oregon at Utah
What the Duck happened to SI's cover boys? Oregon (5-1) looks to
rebound from last week's loss to Washington State against the
Utes (3-1), who lead the Mountain West Conference.

SUNDAY 10/5 > ESPN2 7:30 PM AND 10:25 PM > Women's World Cup:
Sidelined star Brandi Chastain says her fractured right foot will
be ready for duty by this round. The question is, Can the rest of
her U.S. teammates get here, as they've done in every World Cup
since '91?

MONDAY 10/6 > ABC 9 PM > Colts at Bucs
If only to see what dance Tampa Bay sack master Warren Sapp will
invent should he score on Monday Night Football.

TUESDAY 10/7 > FOX 8 PM > NL Championship Series, Game 1
Like fine wine: One of baseball's two oldest managers--the
Marlins' Jack McKeon, 72, or the Giants' Felipe Alou, 68--will be
chasing the pennant.

WEDNESDAY 10/8 > A&E 10 PM > The Kobe Case: a Bill Kurtis Special
The one-hour dissection of the case against Kobe Bryant on the
eve of his trial includes interviews with attorneys, forensic
experts and Bryant's high school coach.

THURSDAY 10/9 > ESPN2 7:30 PM
Kings at Red Wings
If the Terminator can run for office, the Dominator can make
another run for the Stanley Cup. Six-time Vezina Trophy winner
Dominik Hasek, off a one-year retirement to the Czech Republic,
is back in the net for the Wings' season opener.