MTV SPORTS: 3-WAY THREAT MTV 9 PM > Wipeout alert: Pro surfers,
skaters and snowboarders compete in their own sports and cross
over to the other two.
BOOK SIGNING 1 PM > LT: Over the Edge. Ex-Giant Lawrence
Taylor, with his tales of drug addiction and call girls, visits
the Rockefeller Center Barnes & Noble in New York City.
ARMY (0-12) VS. NAVY (7-4) CBS 4 PM > Navy leads the nation in
rushing, while Army is last. Shouldn't the Cadets be better on
2003 WRANGLER NATIONAL FINALS RODEO ESPN2 9 PM > In Las Vegas,
27-year-old Trevor Brazile, from Decatur, Texas, is favored to
win his second straight All-Around title.
December 8, 2003
BENGALS (7-5) AT RAVENS (7-5) CBS 1 PM > In best of a strong
slate of games, upstart Cincy goes into AFC North battle with
consecutive road wins for the first time since '95.
2003 SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR SHOW FOX 4:30 PM (OR CHECK LOCAL
TIMES) > A look at the year's top athletic performances,
leading to the naming of SI's Sportsman. James Brown hosts.
MICKEY MANTLE AUCTION AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN (AND ON EBAY) >
The Mantle family is selling autographed balls, MVP trophies and
the silver bat given for Mick's 1956 batting title.
2003 PGA TOUR Q-SCHOOL GOLF 12:30 PM > Of some 170 players,
about 30 get Tour cards. Each year a few nervous golfers throw
up on the course.
KNICKS AT LAKERS NBATV 10:30 PM > L.A. walloped the Knicks in New
York in the teams' first meeting, and even if Knicks forward
Antonio McDyess is healthy, the Lakers could wallop them again.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Kirk Douglas, 87. His role as boxer Midge Kelly
in Champion (1949) won him an Oscar nomination.
MARYLAND AT NO. 2 FLORIDA ESPN 7 PM > An early test for two young
teams. Terrapin freshman guard D.J. Strawberry, Darryl's son,
plays tough D
WORLD POKER TOUR LADIES' NIGHT TRAVEL CHANNEL 9 PM > Jennifer
Harman, who's won two world titles, is among six top female
PISTONS AT CAVALIERS TNT 7:30 PM > Two 18-year-olds, Cleveland's
main man LeBron James and Detroit backup Darko Milicic, cross
AVALANCHE AT CANUCKS REGIONAL COVERAGE 10 PM > Two of the NHL's
most dynamic offenses vie for the Northwest Division lead.