Weekend Viewing Schedule

Weekend Viewing Schedule

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We have another monster weekend of sports action. It can be hard to keep up with the biggest games on the calendar when there’s so many games going on, but we have you covered!


We have a couple of AP Top 25 matchups going on in college football this weekend. #8 Oregon squares off against #13 Utah and #20 Duke travels to #18 Louisville. Of course, all 4 teams need wins to keep the small possibility of reaching the top 4 for the CFB Playoff. The losing teams in these games can kiss whatever hopes they have goodbye. Both games kick off at 3:30pm.

We also have Game 2 of the World Series going tonight! After a legendary finish to Game 1, how will both teams respond? There’s only one way to find out. The Diamondbacks have to find a way to bounce back after a horrible loss. Going down 0-2 and needing to win 4 of 5 games to capture a World Series title isn’t the spot you want to be in, obviously.

We also have a massive NHL slate and 7 NBA games going on. The NBA starts at 7:10pm and NHL starts at 1:10pm, but the majority of games don’t get underway until 6:10pm.


We have a great NFL slate on Sunday to look forward to. In the 1:00pm window, the best game is occurring in Pittsburgh, with the Steelers hosting the Jaguars. Both teams would be in the playoffs if the season ended today. Those terrible towels will surely be out in waves! There’s also a rivalry game going on in New York, as the Jets and Giants play in the regular season for the first time since 2019.

In the late window, we have two more high stake matchups to look forward to. The Browns travel to play the Seattle Seahawks, and the Game of the Week occurs in San Francisco, with the Bengals and 49ers clashing. Both games have tremendous playoff implications. The Bengals are looking to finally get over .500 on the year, and the 49ers are trying to avoid a 3 game losing streak which may end their ideas of getting the top seed in the NFC.

We also have the NBA tipping off at 3:30 while the first puck drops in the NHL at 1:10pm.

It’s another jam packed weekend and we can’t wait to get it all underway!