Feb. 11: TV and Radio

February 10, 2014 

Schedule subject to change

Tuesday

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

7 p.m. Wakefield at Heritage, WDNC-620, HD-2-99.9

MEN’S

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

7 p.m. Florida at Tennessee, ESPN

7 p.m. Oklahoma St. at Texas, ESPN2

7 p.m. Wake Forest at N.C. State, ESPNU, WRAL-101.5

7 p.m. Marquette at Seton Hall, FS1

7 p.m. Clemson at Notre Dame, FSCR

9 p.m. Michigan at Ohio St., ESPN

9 p.m. Mississippi at Alabama, ESPN2

9 p.m. Xavier at Butler, FS1

9 p.m. Utah State at Colorado State, CBSSN

11 p.m. San Diego St. at Wyoming, ESPNU

NBA

7 p.m. Dallas at Charlotte, SPSO

MEN’S SOCCER

2:55 p.m. Premier League, Chelsea at West Bromwich, NBCSN

WOMEN’S

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

7 p.m. Fordham at Richmond, CBSSN

WINTER OLYMPICS

6 a.m. Men’s and women’s cross-country - Individual Sprint gold medal finals (LIVE), NBCSN

10 a.m. Figure Skating - Pairs’ short program (LIVE), NBCSN

10 a.m. Women’s hockey - Russia vs. Japan (LIVE), MSNBC

1:30 p.m. Women’s ski jumping - Individual K-95 gold medal final (LIVE); Women’s speedskating - 500 gold medal final, NBCSN

3 p.m. Men’s and women’s cross-country - Individual Sprint gold medal finals; Women’s Luge - gold medal final runs; Women’s freestyle skiing - Slopestyle competition, WNCN, WITN

5 p.m. Hockey game of the day, NBCSN

5 p.m. Women’s curling - United States vs. Britain, CNBC

8 p.m. Men’s snowboarding - Halfpipe gold medal final; Figure skating - Pairs’ short program; Women’s freestyle skiing - Slopestyle gold medal final; Women’s ski jumping - Individual K-95 gold medal final, WNCN, WITN

12:05 a.m. Women’s speedskating - 500 gold medal final; Women’s biathlon - 10km Pursuit gold medal final, WNCN, WITN

3 a.m. Men’s curling - United States vs. Denmark; Men’s nordic combined - Individual K-95, ski jumping (LIVE), NBCSN

3 a.m. Women’s hockey - Switzerland vs. Finland (LIVE), MSNBC

5 a.m. Women’s curling - United States vs. China (LIVE), USA

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