The Week Ahead What To Watch And Watch For

January 19, 2004

FRIDAY 16

PGA SONY OPEN ESPN 7 PM > Annika redux: 14-year-old Michelle Wie
takes on a field that includes sexual segregationist Vijay Singh
at the Waialae Country Club in Waikiki.
NIKE TRAINING CAMP: LARRY COKER CSTV 7 PM > Documentary series spotlights the Miami football coach who won his first 24 games
with the Hurricanes.

SATURDAY 17

KNICKS AT BULLS WGN 8:30 PM > The ride of his life: Stephon
Marbury, the Knicks' new point guard, continues trying to
revitalize the team he worshipped as a kid in Coney Island.
WORLD CUP FREESTYLE SKIING > Jeremy Bloom, the reigning world
champ, will be among the top bump runners in Lake Placid, N.Y.

SUNDAY 18

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP CBS 3 PM > The Patriots can only hope the frigid
New England conditions will cool off the Colts' Peyton Manning,
who has nearly as many postseason TD passes (eight) as
incompletions (12).
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP FOX 6:30 PM > After two straight losses in the
NFL's final four, the Eagles hope to soar past visiting Carolina.

MONDAY 19

AUSTRALIAN OPEN ESPN 12:30 PM > Three weeks after getting engaged
to No. 2 seed Kim Clijsters, Lleyton Hewitt tries to reverse a
slump that saw him plummet from No. 1 to No. 17 last year.
RUTGERS AT UCONN (NO. 4) WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ESPN2 2 PM > Can the
Scarlet Knights follow Duke's example and upset the Huskies at
home?

TUESDAY 20

LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN CBS 11:35 PM > Yarn-spinning
former Colts defensive tackle Art Donovan makes his 10th
appearance with Dave.
DVD RELEASE: SPELLBOUND > A hilarious and touching documentary
about the 1999 National Spelling Bee features the director's
commentary.

WEDNESDAY 21

CINCINNATI (NO. 11) AT LOUISVILLE (NO. 10) ESPN 7 PM > A meeting
of C-USA powerhouses. The Bearcats lead the nation in margin of
victory (26.2 points), while the Cardinals have upset a No. 1
team (Kentucky) and a No. 2 (Florida).
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Jack Nicklaus, born in Columbus, Ohio, turns 64.
He'll be in Hawaii preparing for the MasterCard Championship.

THURSDAY 22

NORTH CAROLINA (NO. 12) AT FLORIDA STATE ESPN2 7 PM > A pair of
freshmen for the surging 12-3 Seminoles--6'10" Alexander Johnson
and marksman Von Wafer--could make Carolina blue.
FLYERS AT RANGERS ESPN 7:30 PM > The ninth of 14 straight
conference games for New York, which seeks its first playoff
berth in seven seasons.

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