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THE WEEK IN TELEVISION
January 13, 2003
JANUARY 10-16
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January 13, 2003

The Week In Television

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JANUARY 10-16

SATURDAY 1/11
ESPN 2 PM
East-West Shrine Game
The 78th annual college all-star game features a summit meeting of quarterbacks including Miami's Ken Dorsey and Iowa's Brad Banks for the East, and Washington State's Jason Gesser and Iowa State's Seneca Wallace for the West.

SATURDAY 1/11
CBS 4:30 PM, FOX 8 PM (SUNDAY FOX 1 PM, CBS 4:30 PM)
NFL Playoffs
Goliaths, beware. One underdog won and two others had huge second-half leads on the first playoff weekend.

SUNDAY 1/12
ESPN 7 PM
PGA Mercedes Championship, Final Round
Sergio Garcia looks to defend his title in the PGA Tour's season opener.

SUNDAY 1/12
ESPN2 11 PM
Australian Open
The first leg of the Serena Slam? Serena Williams says she's looking for a 2003 sweep after missing the Australian Open with an ankle injury last year.

MONDAY 1/13
ESPN 9 PM
Oklahoma at Oklahoma State
Yes, they play more than football in the Sooner State. Oklahoma (8-2 through Monday) and OSU (10-1) have battled 200 times in hoops and have split the last 10 games.

WEDNESDAY 1/15
ESPN 9 PM
Mavericks at Kings
With the Lakers looking more like the Washington Generals than the NBA champs (page 54), the two best bets to dethrone them meet at Arco Arena.

DON'T MISS

THURSDAY 1/16
ESPN 9 PM
Red Wings at Avalanche
The NHL's best rivalry keeps getting better. The Avs, who have gone 6-3 under new coach Tony Granato, want to avenge a 7-0 loss to Detroit in Game 7 of last May's Western Conference finals—the largest margin of victory in an NHL Game 7.

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