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The Slate

Super Bowl XLVII was a tale of two halves. The Ravens dominated the first half but, thanks to a blackout, the 49ers made it a game worth watching in the second half.

Thursday, Feb. 7

NBA (7-9:30 p.m., TNT): Two of the NBA's historic franchises battle once more with both needing wins as the Los Angeles Lakers head east to take on the Boston Celtics.

Friday, Feb. 8

NBA (7-9:30 p.m., ESPN): The Los Angeles Clippers get to measure how good they are against defending champions the Miami Heat.

Saturday, Feb. 9

College basketball (3-5 p.m., CBS Sports Network): Southern Miss and Memphis meet in Hattiesburg to battle for the top spot in Conference USA and a chance to help their Big Dance hopes.

Sunday, Feb. 10

College basketball (12-2 p.m., CBS): The Big Ten has been one of the best conferences this season and a top 15 match up with the Indiana Hoosiers at the Ohio State Buckeyes should be great Sunday viewing.

Monday, Feb. 11

College basketball (7:30-9:30 p.m., ESPN U): Alcorn State is at Arkansas-Pine Bluff as ESPN U continues to showcase a historically black university on Mondays.

Tuesday, Feb. 12

College basketball (6-8 p.m., ESPN): Kentucky gets their chance at the best team in the SEC--the Florida Gators--but the Wildcats will be on the road.

Wednesday, Feb. 13

College basketball (6-8 p.m., CSS): Ole Miss has hit a couple of bumps on the road to the Big Dance, but a road win against a solid Texas A&M team will get the Rebels back on track.

Ole Miss could be big story on national signing day in college 
football. Hugh Freeze is already tweeting up a storm in response to the media's vague accusations about the signing class the Rebels are putting together.

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