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Programs for ESPN on Saturday, January 25, 2020
10:35 PM
2020 Winter X Games Aspen Over 200 world-class action sports athletes compete for medals and prize money; returning champions include Scotty James, Mark McMorris and Cassie Sharpe.
12:35 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
2:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
3:00 AM
SportsCenter (Repeat) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
4:00 AM
NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers at Miami Heat from AmericanAirlines Arena Los Angeles snapped a three-game losing streak to Miami with a 111-99 triumph on Jan. 23, 2019, as Tobias Harris scored 22 of his 31 points in the first half.
6:00 AM
SportsCenter (Repeat) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
7:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
8:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
9:00 AM
Outside the Lines (New) In-depth coverage of impactful sports news that is of interest across the nation, including investigative reports and exclusive interviews. Jeremy Schaap(Host), Ryan Smith(Host)
10:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
11:00 AM
College GameDay The GameDay crew goes on the road to various locations across the country and discusses the biggest games of the week, while evaluating player performances. Rece Davis(Host), Jay Bilas(Host), Seth Greenberg(Host), Jay Williams(Host)
12:00 PM
College Basketball Big 12/SEC Challenge: Missouri Tigers at West Virginia Mountaineers from The WVU Coliseum Missouri (9-9) lost five of its last six games, and is 2-6 away from home; No. 14 West Virginia (15-3) is 9-0 at home behind freshman Oscar Tshiebwe.
2:00 PM
College Basketball Big 12/SEC Challenge: LSU Tigers at Texas Longhorns from Frank C. Erwin Center LSU (14-4) won seven-straight games, including its first six in SEC play, behind Skylar Mays; Texas (12-6) lost four of its last six, but is 8-2 at home.
4:00 PM
College Basketball Big 12/SEC Challenge: Tennessee Volunteers at Kansas Jayhawks from Allen Fieldhouse FiOS1 Sports.
6:00 PM
College Basketball Big 12/SEC Challenge: Kentucky Wildcats at Texas Tech Red Raiders from United Supermarkets Arena No. 15 Kentucky (14-4) won six of its last seven games, but is 3-3 away from home; No. 18 Texas Tech (12-6) is 9-1 at home behind Jahmi'us Ramsey.
8:00 PM
College Basketball Big 12/SEC Challenge: Baylor Bears at Florida Gators from Exactech Arena No. 1 Baylor (16-1, 6-0) won 15 straight behind Jared Butler since its 67-64 loss to Washington on Nov. 8; Florida (12-6, 4-2) is 7-1 at home this season.
10:00 PM
2020 Winter X Games Aspen Over 200 world-class action sports athletes compete for medals and prize money; returning champions include Scotty James, Mark McMorris and Cassie Sharpe.
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