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Programs for ESPNU on Friday, January 17, 2020
12:00 AM
College Basketball Cincinnati Bearcats at Memphis Tigers from FedEx Forum Cincinnati (10-6, 3-1) won its last six meetings with No. 22 Memphis (13-3, 2-1), including a 69-64 road win last season behind Jarron Cumberland.
2:00 AM
College Basketball Colorado Buffaloes at Arizona State Sun Devils from Desert Financial Arena Colorado has won the past two meetings with Arizona State, including an 81-71 triumph in Shanghai on Nov. 8, as McKinley Wright IV scored 17 points. Jason Benetti(Commentator), Bill Walton(Commentator)
3:30 AM
College Basketball Santa Clara Broncos at Gonzaga Bulldogs from McCarthey Athletic Center Top-ranked Gonzaga has won the past 19 meetings, including a 98-39 triumph on Jan. 24, as Josh Perkins finished with 18 points and eight assists. Eric Rothman(Commentator), Corey Williams(Commentator)
5:00 AM
Women's College Gymnastics Penn State Nittany Lions at Nebraska Cornhuskers from Devaney Center Penn State won its last dual vs. West Virginia, 195.750-195.325; Nebraska set or tied 14 career-high scores in a win at Southern Utah, totaling 196.375.
6:30 AM
College Football Live (Repeat) An update on all the top stories in college football, featuring interviews with players and coaches, analysis of each major conference in the country. Ryan Burr(Anchor), Rece Davis(Anchor), Chris Fowler(Anchor), Dari Nowkhah(Anchor), Brent Musburger(Anchor)
7:00 AM
College Football South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Tigers from Memorial Stadium South Carolina has won three of its last four; Clemson has won the four previous meetings with the Gamecocks, including a 34-10 victory last season. Steve Levy(Commentator), Brian Griese(Commentator), Todd McShay(Commentator)
10:00 AM
College Football Oregon State Beavers at Ohio State Buckeyes from Ohio Stadium Jonathan Smith makes his coaching debut for Oregon State; Ohio State comes off a sixth-straight season of more than 10 wins, and won its last 18 season openers.
1:00 PM
College Football North Dakota State Bison at Iowa Hawkeyes from Kinnick Stadium North Dakota State has won its last five games against FBS opponents; No. 11 Iowa has won its last nine games at home, the third-longest active streak. Beth Mowins(Commentator), Anthony Becht (Commentator), Rocky Boiman(Commentator)
4:00 PM
College Football NCAA FCS Championship: Quarterfinals: Towson Tigers at Eastern Illinois Panthers from O'Brien Stadium Towson is coming off a 48-28 win over Fordham in the second round of the NCAA FCS Playoffs, while Eastern Illinois defeated Tennessee State at home, 51-10. Anish Shroff(Commentator), Kelly Stouffer(Commentator)
7:00 PM
College Basketball Furman Paladins at Wofford Terriers from Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium Wofford (11-7, 3-2) won 11 of its last 14 meetings with Furman (15-4, 5-1), including a 59-54 win at home last season behind 22 points from Fletcher Magee.
9:00 PM
College Hockey Michigan State Spartans at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center No. 20 Michigan State swept the first two games at home, 3-0 and 5-4 (OT); Wisconsin split its series last weekend vs. No. 9 Ohio State, taking the finale, 5-2.
11:30 PM
SEC Storied The Sweat Solution (Repeat) The inception of Gatorade that helped fuel the Florida Gators football team starting in 1965 is featured, as those involved share their stories on the formula.
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