Homecomings are sweet, especially when they involve a big check. Last year Phil
Mickelson (above), a three-time NCAA champ at Arizona State, won his second
FBR--and $936,000--in Scottsdale, Ariz. Thursday and Friday, USA 4 p.m.;
Saturday and Sunday, CBS 3 p.m.
UFC 57: Chuck
Liddell vs. Randy Couture
This is the rubber match between a hard puncher--the 17-3 Liddell (right) is
said to have wrecking balls for fists--and a fighter, the 14-7 Couture, who is
the only man ever to hold UFC heavyweight and light heavyweight belts. PPV 10
Colorado Crush at
As a quarterback, John Elway won back-to-back titles with the Broncos, in '97
and '98. Now he's hoping to accomplish the same feat as an owner. Behind 2005
AFL Offensive Player of the Year, specialist Damian Harrell (below)--who had
122 catches and 41 TDs--Elway's Crush is favored to defend its title, which it
won by beating the Force 51-48 in Arena Bowl XIX. NBC 1 p.m.
When the Preds woke up on Jan. 25, they were somewhere they'd never been this
late in any of their seven seasons in the NHL: first place. Two straight losses
since have dropped Nashville three points behind the Red Wings in the Central
and stopping that slide won't be easy. Pacific-leading Dallas has won three
straight at home. OLN 8 p.m.
No. 22 Indiana at
The Hoosiers have terrorized inside and out this season; they're second in the
nation in field goal percentage and tops in three-point percentage. The
Hoosiers' top deadeye is Marco Killingsworth, who is averaging 19.2 points per
game while shooting 59.2% from the floor. ESPN 7 p.m.