This is an article from the Jan. 19, 2004 issue
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.
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.
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
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP FOX 6:30 PM > After two straight losses in the
NFL's final four, the Eagles hope to soar past visiting Carolina.
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
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
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.
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.