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September 16, 2008
by Robbie Gillies
Surprisingly, there are no real sporting events on national television today. There's always the 2008 World Series of Poker on ESPN. What time you say? It's pretty much on 24/7 isn't it?
And then on ESPN2 there's the Bricktown Showdown at 8pm. This is a matchup between the two AAA Leagues to determine an overall champ. Champions of the Pacific Coast League, the Sacramento River Cats, play the winners of the International League, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees. If you're really into baseball, that might peak your interest.
But if football is your thing, and you don't have Sunday Ticket, how about the NFL Network's NFL Replay.
8pm - NFL Replay - Colts at Vikings - See how the Vikings blew a 15-point lead and wound up 0-2.
9:30pm - NFL Replay - Chargers at Broncos - Watch Ed Hochuli blow the whistle dead in the worst call of the early season.
Non-sports pick - 11:35pm - NBC - Tonight Show - Jay welcomes VP candidate Joe Biden.