Thursday, Dec. 31
Women's college basketball, Belhaven at Millsaps (6 p.m., Jackson): The Lady Blazers and Lady Majors battle for neighborhood supremacy at the Hangar on New Year's Eve.
Friday, Jan. 1
College football, Rose Bowl, Ohio State vs. Oregon (4 p.m., Ch. 16): Will the Ducks become the latest team to hand the Buckeyes a postseason pummeling?
Sugar Bowl, Florida vs. Cincinnati (7:30 p.m., Ch. 40): The Gators' quarterback is leaving and the coach is staying. Or is it the other way around?
Saturday, Jan 2
College football, Cotton Bowl, Ole Miss vs. Oklahoma State (1 p.m., Arlington, Texas, Ch. 40, 97.3 FM): The Rebels and Cowboys duel at the House That Jerry Built.
Men's college basketball, Southern Miss at Vanderbilt (2 p.m., Nashville, Tenn., Fox Sports South, 1180 AM): The Golden Eagles and Commodores meet in an intriguing interconference matchup.
Sunday, Jan. 3
NFL football, New Orleans at Carolina (noon, Ch. 40, 620 AM): The Panthers can't ruin the Saints' season, but they can make things a little worse.
Monday, Jan. 4
Men's college basketball, Alabama A&M at Jackson State (7:30 p.m., Jackson, 620 AM): The ailing Tigers begin SWAC play.
Mississippi College at Belhaven (7 p.m., Jackson): The Choctaws and Blazers do battle at Rugg Arena.
College football, Fiesta Bowl, TCU vs. Boise State (7:30 p.m., Ch. 40): A pair of undefeated non-BCS teams gets to play in a big-boy bowl.
Tuesday, Jan. 5
Men's college basketball, UCF at Ole Miss (7 p.m., Oxford, 97.3 FM): The Rebels wrap up nonconference play against the C-USA's Golden Knights.
Orange Bowl, Georgia Tech vs. Iowa (7:30 p.m., Ch. 40):
Wednesday, Jan. 6
Men's college basketball: Alabama State at Jackson State (7:30 p.m., Jackson): The Tigers face the team that beat them in the SWAC tourney last season.
The Slate is compiled by Doctor S, who turned over a new leaf this year
and smoked it.
Dr. S, the smoke did you good! I like this format. Easy to read. Easy to resource.
Doctor did you know Snead has declared for the NFL draft? I guess he tired on ole dixie faster than any of us anticipated and couldn't take no more of the University Greys' proposed rising and just wanted to get the hell away from there. He's a smarter quarterback than I imagined. Even the Nut(t) coaching the rebels says he's surprised and wanted one more year from Snead. Mississippi State it looks like you will be kicking some rebel booty faster than you thought possible. My nephew should transfer before it's too late.