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Super Bowl 50 will have many storylines. But the main one will be the old man, Peyton Manning, against the young gunslinger, Cam Newton.

Thursday, Jan. 28

College basketball (6-8 p.m., SECN): The Lady Rebels get their shot against the No. 2 Lady Gamecocks. ... College basketball (8-10 p.m., SECN): The Lady Bulldogs look to get back on track against the Lady Volunteers.

Friday, Jan. 29

Special (9-10 p.m., ESPN2): Take a look back at the great history of the Harlem Globetrotters in this reflection and celebration during the Harlem Globetrotters 90th Anniversary Special.

Saturday, Jan. 30

College basketball (1-3 p.m., ESPNU): The University of Mississippi goes out of conference and on the road to take on Kansas State. ... College basketball (7:30-9:30 p.m., SECN): MSU looks to keep winning conference games at Missouri.

Sunday, Jan. 31

NFL (6-10 p.m., ESPN): The 2016 Pro Bowl will feature plenty of stars from the AFC and NFC after Mississippi Valley State University star Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin pick the teams.

Monday, Feb. 1

College basketball (6-8 p.m., ESPN): A Top 25 matchup once again in the ACC as No. 2 North Carolina faces off against No. 16 Louisville.

Tuesday, Feb. 2

College basketball (8-10 p.m., SECN): MSU hosts Alabama as the Bulldogs hope to get hot and make a postseason run.

Wednesday, Feb. 3

College basketball (8-10 p.m., SECN): The UM Rebels hit the road to take on the Missouri Tigers as they hope for a postseason berth.

This will be the third Super Bowl to feature two SEC quarterbacks and the biggest age difference between starting quarterbacks at 13 years and 48 days. The previous record, Manning and Russell Wilson, was 12 years and 250 days.

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