High School Football: Christian County and Hopkinsville are going through final workouts today before returning to action Friday night. Christian County is at Graves County in a game that could determine the district champion, while Hopkinsville hosts Ohio County. Both games begin with the Heritage Bank pre game show at 6:35, with the Christian County game on Lite 98.7 and the Hopkinsville game on News/Talk WHOP.
College Basketball: The University of Tennessee will hold a public ceremony November 22nd for a bronze statue and plaza to honor former Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt. Summitt won 1,908 games and eight national championships in 38 seasons as Tennessee coach. She stepped down in April, 2012 after announcing a year earlier she had early-onset dementia.
MLB: Game 5 of the American League Championship series this evening will see Detroit's Anibal Sanchez square off against Boston ace Jon Lester once again.
Sanchez, along with four relievers, came within two outs of notching the first combined no-hitter in postseason history in the series opener, which ended with the Tigers earning a tight 1-0 win.
Game 6 of the National League Championship Series is tomorrow night in St. Louis. The Cardinals hope to avoid an undesired case of déjà vu. The Cardinals led last year’s NLCS before losing three straight to the San Francisco Giants.
The Cardinals pin their hopes of making the World Series on rookie sensation Michael Wacha, who outdueled Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kersham in a 1-0 victory in game 2 in St. Louis. Kershaw will get the start for the Dodgers who trail 3 games to 2.
NFL: Thursday Night Football has an NFC West matchup in the Valley of the Sun as Arizona hosts Seattle. The Seahawks lead the West at 5-1, while the Cardinals are 3-3.
College Football: 10th-ranked Miami-Florida will look to remain unbeaten in an ACC matchup against struggling North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The Tar Heels have lost their last three games.
NHL: The Nashville Predators close out a five game home stand, seeking their fourth win this evening as they host the Los Angeles Kings. Coverage from Bridgestone Arena begins at 7 on News/Talk WHOP.