NFL Network To Profile Immaculate Reception on Next A Football Life– The next edition of NFL Network’s A Football Life will look back at the stunning ending to the 1972 playoff game between the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life debuts next Wednesday at 8:00p.m. ET.
NBA TV Sets Next Fan Night Presentation– NBA TV has announced that the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Miami Heat will be this Tuesday’s Fan Night telecast. Tip-off is 7:30p.m. ET. Fans can vote on the following games for the next Fan Night game which will air on January 1st; Dallas Mavericks @ Washington Wizards, Portland Trail Blazers @ New York Knicks, Sacramento Kings @ Detroit Pistons, Atlanta Hawks @ New Orleans Hornets or Los Angeles Clippers @ Denver Nuggets.
CBS has College Basketball– CBS Sports will feature #1 Indiana as it takes on Butler in a college basketball match-up tomorrow. Tip-off is 2:00p.m. ET with Spero Dedes and Clark Kellogg calling the action.
CBS Sports Network College Hoops Triple Header– The CBS Sports Network will air three college basketball games tomorrow. The action begins at 2:00p.m. ET as Cincinnati travels to Marshall as Andrew Catalon and Steve Wolf handle the call. At 4:00p.m. Dave Ryan and Pete Gillen call the action as Alabama takes on VCU. Then at 6:00p.m. ET New Mexico State and New Mexico will do battle with James Bates andSteve Lappas at the mic.
WatchESPN Now Available to Cox Subscribers- Cox Communications and Walt Disney announced yesterday that Cox customers can now have online access to various Walt Disney television networks. Among the 70 services in the agreement is the ability of Cox subscribers to use the WatchESPN app which allows them to view current programming across the multiple ESPN networks.
Real Sports 2012 Finale on HBO– The 2012 finale of Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel will air this Tuesday at 10:00p.m. ET on HBO. Gumbel will sit down with the correspondents of the show to look back at the top sports stories of 2012.
ESPN Magazine Cover– Here is the cover for the next edition of ESPN the Magazine: