Junior college football, Jones at Copiah-Lincoln (7 p.m., Wesson): Jones has returned to its winning ways.
Friday, Oct. 21
College football, Southern Miss at UAB (7 p.m., ESPN/1180 AM/103.3 FM): ESPN and Conference USA are part of a plot to kill off high school football by playing college games on Friday night. … High school football, Madison Central at Provine (7 p.m., 620 AM): Two teams that could really use a victory meet.
Saturday, Oct. 22
College football, Grambling at Jackson State (4:30 p.m., 105.9 FM): JSU has something to celebrate at homecoming: It's one week closer to the end of the James Bell era. … Pro baseball, World Series, Houston or St. Louis at Chicago White Sox (7 p.m., Ch. 35).
Sunday, Oct. 23
Pro football, New Orleans at St. Louis (noon, Ch. 35/620 AM): Two mediocre teams hook up in River City.
Monday, Oct. 24
Pro football, N.Y. Jets at Atlanta (8 p.m., Ch. 16, 930 AM): The Jets and the NFL's oldest quarterback, Vinny Testaverde, face the Falcons and the league's most exciting quarterback, Michael Vick.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
Pro baseball, World Series, Chicago White Sox at Houston or St. Louis (7 p.m., Ch. 35): Baseball purists love to gripe about how MLB is throwing away its future by playing these games so late on school nights. The truth is, none of America's youth watch baseball, anyway.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
Pro baseball, Chicago White Sox at Houston or St. Louis (7 p.m., Ch. 35).
The Slate is compiled by Doctor S., your master of disaster. For more apocalyptic sports, go to the Amazing SportsBlog at http://www.jacksonfreepress.com
Things get better things get broken, probably the same for USM at UAB tomorrow night. Blues traveler will be there in 2 weeks in the distrcit. I would also like to add Dr. S that the NASCAR race is in martinsville this sunday. You can not leave out that demographic from your readers. We all need a reason to take a nap on sunday since local cable channels only carry regional teams i.e. the san antonio saints.