JAG CBS 9 PM > The A's Barry Zito guest stars as a Navy pitcher
who is charged with assault after beaning the Marines' top
AMA SUPERMOTO CHAMPIONSHIP OLN 9 PM > Biking's new
white-knuckle sport combines motocross (dirt tracks, jumps) and
road racing (tight turns on pavement at 125 mph). At stake:
November 24, 2003
OHIO STATE AT MICHIGAN ABC NOON > The rivalry's 100th
installment, at Ann Arbor.
MEGASTARS ALUMNI GAME AND HERITAGE CLASSIC 2 PM > Canadiens vs.
Oilers in the NHL's first-ever outdoor match, at Edmonton's
Commonwealth Stadium. Wayne Gretzky plays in the alumni game.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Billie Jean King turns 60.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER FINALS ABC 3:30 PM > The Chicago Fire and the
San Jose Earthquakes square off at The Home Depot Center in
Carson, Calif. Michelle Branch plays the halftime show.
PURDUE AT DUKE ESPN 2:30 PM > The Jimmy V. Women's Classic is a
rematch of the 1999 NCAA basketball title game, which the
Boilermakers won 62-45.
DIVISION I NCAA CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS, AT NORTHERN IOWA > A
Stanford sweep? The defending champ men are favored; the Cardinal
women should edge '02 winners BYU.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! RUDY TOMJANOVICH, 55, went 460-358 in 12 years as Rockets coach but was diagnosed with bladder cancer and retired in
May. Now he's cancer-free.
COLD PIZZA ESPN2 7 AM > Falcons running back Warrick Dunn and
flamboyant pro bowler Pete Weber drop by the fledgling news and
sports morning show.
REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL HBO 10 PM > The season premiere
features a segment, in collaboration with SI, on the declining
number of African-American pro golfers.
DEVILS AT MIGHTY DUCKS REGIONAL COVERAGE 7:30 PM > Old Devil
Martin Brodeur and new Duck Sergei Fedorov in a rematch of the
Stanley Cup finals.
THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH CRAIG KILBORN CBS 12:30 AM > Nets All-Star
guard Jason Kidd, in L.A. to play the Clippers on Thursday, chats
with the hoops-junkie host.
PACKERS (5-5) AT LIONS (3-7) FOX 12:30 PM > Green Bay tries to
stay in the wild-card chase. If the game turns into a turkey,
flip to the NATIONAL DOG SHOW (NBC, NOON), where 2,500 animals
from 150 breeds will be vying for Best in Show.
DOLPHINS (6-4) AT COWBOYS (7-3) CBS 4 PM > Another tough draw for
the Cinderella 'Boys.