When Mike Wallace met with Ricky Williams last fall, the recently retired Dolphins running back was unapologetic about his decision to walk away from his teammates. He also bet Wallace a meal that he wouldn't return to the game. Strap on the feed bag, Mike, because Williams is back. "I found a reason to apologize," Williams says in the new segment. "We are all different.... If someone sees things differently than I do, I still have to respect them. Therefore, if I hurt someone or if they felt what I did upset them, then out of respect for them, I owe them an apology." CBS 7 p.m.
Indians at White Sox
There might be a race in the AL Central after all. Chicago's division lead, which stood at 15 games on Aug. 1, has shrunk to 5 1/2, thanks in part to the hot bat of Cleveland's Victor Martinez (left). The catcher has raised his average from .209 to .293 since June 16, and the Tribe (page 114) will have ample opportunity to make up more ground: Starting tonight the teams play each other six times over the season's final two weeks. 8 p.m., check listings
The 12 top golfers in the U.S. (including Tiger Woods) take on an international team (led by Vijay Singh) in Prince William County, Va. Even with home turf advantage, U.S. captain Jack Nicklaus is wary of Gary Player's squad. "If there is to be a favorite ... I think that Gary and the international players would be it," said Nicklaus. (Through Sunday) TNT, check listings