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Programs for FCSC on Saturday, July 11, 2020
12:00 AM
College Soccer North Texas Mean Green at Texas Tech Red Raiders from John B. Walker Soccer Complex North Texas last bested Houston Baptist, 2-1; Texas Tech is coming off a 4-0 victory against Oral Roberts, where Marissa Zucchetto made two saves.
2:00 AM
Women's College Soccer Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Tech Red Raiders from John B. Walker Soccer Complex Kansas last beat Oklahoma, 1-0 (OT); No. 14 Texas Tech tied last season's game on Cassie Hiatt's strike at 88:21 and won it on an own goal in overtime, 2-1.
4:00 AM
Women's College Soccer Kansas State Wildcats at Texas Tech Red Raiders from John B. Walker Soccer Complex Kansas State (3-12-2, 1-7-0) last lost to West Virginia, 3-0; No. 17 Texas Tech (13-2-2, 5-1-2) won last year, 2-0, as Marissa Zucchetto made six saves.
6:00 AM
College Hockey Ohio State Buckeyes at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center No. 8 Ohio State won all four meetings last season, outscoring the Badgers, 13-3; Wisconsin dropped both of its games at Michigan State last weekend.
8:30 AM
College Football Oklahoma Sooners at Florida State Seminoles from Doak S. Campbell Stadium Oklahoma (2-0) is ranked No. 1 for the 100th time in school history; Florida State (2-0) was crushed by the Sooners at Oklahoma last season, 47-17.
9:30 AM
Badger Sports Report Samad Qawi and Basketball Season Recap (Repeat) The hosts explore the latest news and reports surrounding the athletic department at the University of Wisconsin, including profiles of coaches and players. Bo Ryan(Host)
10:00 AM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow (Repeat, TV-G) 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. Pat Summerall(Host), Charles Davis(Host)
10:30 AM
OU Sooner Sound Off (Repeat) Oklahoma Sooner insiders debate with each other on a variety of Sooners sports topics, making their case for why their selection is the right choice.
11:00 AM
College Hockey Niagara Purple Eagles at Minnesota Golden Gophers from 3M Arena at Mariucci Niagara returns its leading scorer, Ludwig Stenlund, who tallied 23 goals and 19 assists; Minnesota split its opening weekend series against Colorado College.
1:30 PM
College Hockey Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs at Minnesota Golden Gophers from 3M Arena at Mariucci No. 8 UMD (1-3) dropped its past two meetings against No. 6 Wisconsin, 6-2 and 3-1; No. 20 Minnesota (3-1) last swept a pair from Niagara, 3-2 (OT) and 4-2.
4:00 PM
College Wrestling Fresno State Bulldogs at Oklahoma Sooners from McCasland Field House Fresno State features No. 11 Josh Hokit (Hwt) and No. 20 DJ Lloren (141); Oklahoma's Dom Demas (141), the reigning Big 12 Champ, scored two wins last week.
6:00 PM
College Hockey Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs at Wisconsin Badgers from Kohl Center No. 3 Minnesota Duluth (1-1) split a pair on it opening weekend vs. UMass Lowell; No. 17 Wisconsin (1-1) is coming off an 11-5 victory at Merrimack.
8:30 PM
College Football Oklahoma Sooners at Florida State Seminoles from Doak S. Campbell Stadium Oklahoma (2-0) is ranked No. 1 for the 100th time in school history; Florida State (2-0) was crushed by the Sooners at Oklahoma last season, 47-17.
9:30 PM
Badger Sports Report Samad Qawi and Basketball Season Recap (Repeat) The hosts explore the latest news and reports surrounding the athletic department at the University of Wisconsin, including profiles of coaches and players. Bo Ryan(Host)
10:00 PM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow (Repeat, TV-G) 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. Pat Summerall(Host), Charles Davis(Host)
10:30 PM
OU Sooner Sound Off (Repeat) Oklahoma Sooner insiders debate with each other on a variety of Sooners sports topics, making their case for why their selection is the right choice.
11:00 PM
College Hockey Niagara Purple Eagles at Minnesota Golden Gophers from 3M Arena at Mariucci Niagara returns its leading scorer, Ludwig Stenlund, who tallied 23 goals and 19 assists; Minnesota split its opening weekend series against Colorado College.
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