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Programs for SPORTSOUTH on Saturday, April 4, 2020
11:00 PM
NBA Basketball San Antonio Spurs at Atlanta Hawks from State Farm Arena San Antonio has won 22 of the past 25 meetings, including a 117-111 victory on April 2, as DeMar DeRozan scored 29 points; Atlanta has lost three in a row
1:30 AM
Hawks Live! Post Game The host explores the latest news and reports surrounding the preceding Atlanta Hawks' matchup, including highlights of the top moments. Jerome Jurenovich(Host)
2:00 AM
Women's College Basketball Kansas State Wildcats at Kansas Jayhawks from Allen Fieldhouse Kansas State won its visit last year, 72-62, when Peyton Williams had 26 points, 13 boards and six steals; Kansas has six players averaging double figures.
4:00 AM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (Repeat) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
4:30 AM
Power of Sports Best of Season Two (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
5:00 AM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
5:30 AM
Powerboat Nationals Naples (Repeat)
6:00 AM
Fight Sports World Class Championship Boxing EBU European Heavyweight Title: Agit Kabayel vs Andriy Rudenko from Maritim Hotel in Magdeburg, Germany (TV-PG) Andriy Rudenko (32-3, 20 KOs) of Ukraine faces EBU European Heavyweight champion Agit Kabayel (18-0, 13 KOs) for the title in the 12-round main event.
8:00 AM
P1 APBA Offshore Championship Season Review The best moments from the past season in P1 APBA Offshore Championship are relived, showcasing the top performances and drivers throughout the year.
9:00 AM
Epic Trails Jämtland, Sweden (Repeat)
9:30 AM
Powerboat Nationals Naples (Repeat)
10:00 AM
P1 Superstock USA Sarasota from Sarasota, Fla. GEICO Racing won the opener at St. Pete Beach to take the early three-point lead over Porta Products, while Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater finished in third.
10:30 AM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
11:00 AM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (Repeat) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
11:30 AM
Power of Sports South Florida (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
12:00 PM
Women's College Volleyball Houston Cougars at Texas Tech Red Raiders from United Supermarkets Arena Houston (5-7) last lost to Houston Baptist, 3-1; Texas Tech (7-4) has won its past three matches and ranks seventh among all Division I schools with 574 kills.
2:00 PM
Women's College Soccer Little Rock Trojans at TCU Horned Frogs from Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium Little Rock (1-3-1) has dropped back-to-back games against Tulsa, 3-1, and Missouri State, 2-1; No. 24 TCU (3-1-0) is coming off a 1-0 victory over SMU.
4:00 PM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
4:30 PM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (Repeat) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
5:00 PM
College Football TCU Horned Frogs at Kansas State Wildcats from Bill Snyder Family Stadium TCU has won four of the past five meetings with Kansas State, including a 14-13 victory last season, as Jalen Reagor had three receptions for 92 yards and a TD. Justin Kutcher(Commentator), Petros Papadakis(Commentator), Shane Vereen(Commentator)
8:00 PM
College Football Kansas Jayhawks at Iowa State Cyclones from Jack Trice Stadium Iowa State has won eight of the nine previous meetings with Kansas, including a 27-3 victory last season, as QB Brock Purdy had three TD passes. Mark Followill(Commentator), Jordan Palmer(Commentator)
11:00 PM
College Football Indiana State Sycamores at Kansas Jayhawks from David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium ISU is 0-31 all-time vs. FBS teams; Les Miles returns to the sideline for first time since 2016 to lead Kansas, which is 2-0 all-time vs. the Sycamores. Alex Faust(Commentator), Jordan Palmer(Commentator)
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