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The Best In Sports In 7 Days

Thursday, Feb. 11
Men's college basketball, Ole Miss at Mississippi State (8 p.m., Starkville, ESPN or ESPN2, 97.3 FM, 105.9 FM): This game could be good for what ails both the Rebels and Bulldogs. Unfortunately, it seems to bring out the worst in both squads.

Friday, Feb. 12
Winter Olympics, Opening Ceremony (6:30 p.m., Ch. 3): Live from Vancouver, it's the pageantry, the majesty of … hey, when does the women's figure skating start?

Saturday, Feb. 13
Men's college basketball, Auburn at Mississippi State (6 p.m., Fox Sports South, 105.9 FM): The Bulldogs finally get a breather in the SEC. Maybe.

Sunday, Feb. 14
Women's college basketball, Ole Miss at Mississippi State (4:30 p.m., Starkville, ESPN2): There's no love lost between these two. … NBA basketball, NBA All-Star Game (7:30 p.m., TNT): The league's all-stars hoop it up in the Cowboys' new billion-dollar playpen. They're playing this on Valentine's Day? Hope you like sleeping on the couch, NBA fan.

Monday, Feb. 15
Men's college basketball, Jackson State at Texas Southern (7:30 p.m., Houston, 620 AM): One way or another, the Tigers will win. But the Blue Bengals rarely pull out a victory in Texas.

Tuesday, Jan. 16
College basketball, Kentucky at Mississippi State (8 p.m., Starkville, ESPN, 105.9 FM): The Bulldogs and Wildcats always seem to bring out the best in one another. … College baseball, Mississippi College at Millsaps (6 p.m., Jackson): The equipment list for this Maloney Trophy Series game will include bats, balls, gloves and space heaters.

Wednesday, Feb. 17
Men's college basketball, UAB at Southern Miss (7 p.m., Hattiesburg, 103.3 FM): The surging Golden Eagles try to douse the Blazers in a C-USA contest.

The Slate is compiled by Doctor S, who thinks Tiger Woods (allegedly) took this if-you-can't-be-with-the-one-you-love, love-the-one-you're-with thing way, way, way too far.

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