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The best In Sports In 7 Days

Febuary 1, 2006

Thursday, Feb. 2
Pro basketball, Cleveland at Miami (7 p.m., TNT): Cleveland's LeBron James, who's starring in some amusing sneaker commercials, faces Miami's Shaquille O'Neal, who can't act or rap.

Friday, Feb. 3
College baseball, Thomas at Belhaven (3 p.m., DH): The boys of winter throw out the first pitch of the season. Brrr.

Saturday, Feb. 4
College basketball, Ole Miss at Tennessee (2 p.m., Ch. 12/97.3 FM) and Auburn at Mississippi State (6 p.m., Starkville, FSN/105.9 FM): Our teams are on TV more than "Leave It To Beaver" reruns. Which would be a good thing if they were any good.

Sunday, Feb. 5
Pro football, Super Bowl, Seattle vs. Pittsburgh (5 p.m., Ch. 16): They're playing the NFL title game this week? Why didn't somebody mention it?

Monday, Feb. 6
College basketball, Southern at Jackson State (7:30 p.m., 1400 AM): No matter what they say, the Jaguars are scared of the Tigers' Charlie "KO" White.

Tuesday, Feb. 7
College baseball, Grambling at Jackson State (1 p.m.): If you're going to see a game at University Park, you're running out of time. The Tigers are getting a new crib soon.

Wednesday, Feb. 8
"Cheap Seats" (9:30 p.m., ESPN Classic): The Sklar Brothers snark on the 1989 Holiday Bowl, MST3K style. And who can blame them? If you've never seen this show, start now.

The Slate is compiled by Doctor S, the beef jerky salesman's friend.

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118213
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Say what you want

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*SuperStar*
Date
2006-02-02T16:35:16-06:00
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118214
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SuperStar, you made a funny.

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Dr. S
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2006-02-04T01:36:10-06:00
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SuperStar makes lots of funnies. Of course, we have to edit him from time to time, but he takes it like a man.

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DonnaLadd
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2006-02-04T13:48:07-06:00

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