PGA players tee it up at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., for the finaltime. Next year the nomadic Classic--it's been played on four courses in 10years--moves across the street to the PGA National. Ireland's PadraigHarrington, who won his first title here last year, is back to chase the$990,000 top prize.
Friday USA 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday NBC 3 p.m.
Martina Hingis (below) makes her first U.S. appearance since ending herretirement in January, in a tournament she won in 1998. The Indian Wells fieldwill be deep. It includes two-time champion Lindsay Davenport and 2004Wimbledon winner Maria Sharapova.
ESPN2 4 p.m.
March 13, 2006
Maryland at No. 6Florida State
Last year one inning of Seminoles righthander Tyler Chambliss (left), the ACCsaves leader (15), was more than most opponents wanted to see. He's now astarter, and the junior fireballer has been just as dominant in longer outings.He's 4-0 with a 1.78 ERA.
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NCAA TournamentSelection Show
That popping sound you hear? Bubbles bursting all over the country as the NCAAselection committee sets the field of 65. Among the fringe teams this year:Cincinnati, Maryland and Miami, which has lost five of its last sixgames.
CBS 6 p.m.
SI PICK OF THE WEEK
The TonyaHarding--Nancy Kerrigan saga has all the elements of great opera: jealously,tears, violence and an overweight leading woman. It should be no surprise,then, that Nancy and Tonya: The Opera will debut in Boston in May. Those whocan't wait that long to relive skating's biggest scandal should tune in tonightto Anything to Win: Tonya Harding--Her Story, an hourlong profile of Harding,now 35, who has bulked up and found a vocation in which physical attacks onopponents aren't frowned upon. She's a professional boxer (above), with acareer record of 5-3.
GSN 8 p.m.
Consider Dirk Nowitzki's MVP campaign in full swing. Dallas's All-Star forwardand top scorer and rebounder has shot a scorching 50% from the field in theMavs' last 22 games. No wonder they've won 20 of them. Look for Nowitzki(above) to be tested by Houston, the league's fifth-best defense (91.8 pointsper game).
ESPN 9 p.m.
He's back with the Dallas, which takes care of all his travel arrangements, butgrumpy Olympian Mike Modano (left) still has some pressing concerns. Figuringout how his team can beat Los Angeles, for example. The first-place Stars are1-5 against these Pacific Division rivals--not a good omen, considering theteams are on track to face each other in the first round of the playoffs.