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The Week Ahead

Nov. 15, 2004
Nov. 15, 2004

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The Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Julia Morrill

FRIDAY 12

This is an article from the Nov. 15, 2004 issue Original Layout

Untold Spike TV 9 p.m. | Marv Albert hosts Spike's new documentary series. In the premiere, broadcaster and ex--Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw--seemingly one of football's most upbeat characters--details his lifelong battle with anxiety attacks and depression.

SATURDAY 13

Georgia at Auburn CBS 3:30 p.m. | The Dawgs and the Tigers renew the Deep South's oldest rivalry with their 108th meeting. Georgia is led by reliable quarterback David Greene, who last week set an SEC mark with 206 consecutive passes without an interception.

SUNDAY 14

Steelers at Browns CBS 1 p.m. | Steelers coach Bill Cowher got his start as a Cleveland assistant in 1985. MLS Cup ABC 3:30 p.m. | Kansas City takes on three-time MLS champ D.C. United, which has won the Eastern Conference in five of the league's nine seasons.

MONDAY 15

Golden Tee World Championship In Orlando, Team USA faces the World Team in a virtual Ryder Cup. Preseason NIT, George Washington at Wake Forest ESPN2 7 p.m. | Wake guard Chris Paul hit 46.5% of his threes last year, when he was the ACC's top newcomer.

TUESDAY 16

60 Minutes on Classic ESPN Classic 8 p.m. | The new weekly series features sports-related segments from the 60 Minutes vault. Tonight, former Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor talks about the sordid side of his off-the-field life.

WEDNESDAY 17

Happy Birthday! Tom Seaver turns 60. In 20 big league seasons the hard-throwing Hall of Famer powered his way to 311 wins, 3,640 strikeouts and three Cy Young Awards. Today he's a commentator for the Mets, the team he led to the 1969 World Series.

THURSDAY 18

Spurs at 76ers TNT 7 p.m. | The U.S. basketball team's co-captains, Tim Duncan and Allen Iverson, meet three months after the debacle in Athens. Maryland at No. 16 Virginia Tech ESPN 7:30 p.m. | In their first season in the ACC the Hokies are tied for first.

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