CBS 5 PM
Miami at Florida
If you thought the Gore-Bush fight was contentious, just wait until the Hurricanes visit the Swamp in the first regular-season meeting between the teams since 1987.
NBC 4 PM
World Basketball Championships Final
This won't be a layup for the U.S., especially if the opponent is Yugoslavia. The defending champs have five NBA players on the roster, including Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic.
ESPN 8:30 PM
Cowboys at Texans
The last battle in Texas that meant this much was contested at the Alamo by General Santa Anna and Jim Bowie.
ABC 9 PM
Steelers at Patriots
Can John Madden help stem seven years of declining ratings on Monday Night Football? We begin to find out tonight.
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN NEWS AND ESPN CLASSIC 8:46 AM
A moment of silence to honor those who lost their lives last Sept. 11.
ESPN 7:30 PM
Marshall at Virginia Tech
If Thundering Herd quarterback Byron Leftwich hopes to keep his Heisman hopes alive, he'll need to shine in this rare national television appearance, set in a hostile environment.
CBS 11 AM AND 8:30 PM
It's called Super Saturday for a reason: the men's semifinals, followed by the women's (a.k.a. Williamses') final in prime time. If top-ranked Serena Williams takes the title, she'll become the first woman in five years to win three majors in the same season. But older sister Venus might have something to say about that.