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College Hoops, Celebrity Golf, Mike Tyson Match Top Weekend Sports

November 27 – Peyton Manning and Stephen Curry will be fighting Phil Mickelson and Charles Barkley in a celebrity golf match at one of the major sporting events this weekend. Dozens of soccer, basketball and soccer games meet the schedule.

The college basketball season of 2020-2021 begins on Wednesday and the game’s opening wave continues through the weekend.

Gauntlets for college and NFL football games and national and international football games should also offer plenty of entertainment on Thanksgiving weekends.

Boxing legend Mike Tyson will also be performing at an exhibition match against Roy Jones Jr. on Saturday. The UFC fight is also packed with schedules for Saturday’s sporting events.

College basketball is back

Gonzaga, ranked second in the coach’s vote, will play in the first men’s basketball game aired nationwide on Friday. The bulldog fights Auburn at 11am EST in Fox.

Fourth Virginia did not have a chance to defend the 2019 championship as last year’s men’s basketball tournament was canceled due to a coronavirus pandemic. Cavalier will fight San Francisco on ESPN Friday at 11:30 EST.

No. 5 Kansas, No. 6 Iowa, No. 7 Wisconsin, No. 10 Illinois will also appear in court on Friday. The 8th Duke and 12th Michigan State University will be one of the teams active on Saturday.

No. 9 Kentucky will fight Richmond on ESPN Sunday at 1:00 pm. No. 13 Texas Tech, No. 17 Arizona, No. 18 Houston, No. 23 Ratgars, No. 24 Ohio is one of the other top teams active that day.

Celebrity golf

Golden State Warriors Guard Stephen Curry and NFL legend Peyton Manning will face Basketball Hall of Fame Charles Barkley and PGA Tour star Phil Mickelson at 3 pm on TNT Friday.

Alternative shot match play competitions take place at Mickelson’s Stone Canyon Golf Club in Oro Valley, Arizona. Each player wears a microphone throughout the competition.

Mickelson and Tiger Woods appeared in the first edition of a match in Las Vegas two years ago. Mickelson then teamed up with Tom Brady to fight Manning and Woods in their second match in May.

Revenues from the Friday event will go to the Historically Black Colleges.

Mike Tyson Match

Two of the best boxers of all time will fight in an exhibition match. Mike Tyson will face Roy Jones Jr. at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday. The event will be broadcast in pay-per-view.

Tyson, 54, hasn’t fought since losing to Kevin McBride in 2005. The Hall of Famer has a career record of 50-6. Jones, 51, has a 66-9 mark and fought last in 2018. He won the last four battles.

Tyson is favored to win matches on most sports betting websites. The main event is one of seven games with two cards. The first card begins at 8 pm with a heavyweight match between Joe Cusumano and Gregory Corbyn. The main card starts at 9 pm Eastern Standard Time.

Vidal Riley will fight Rashad Coulter in the first match of the main card. Badou Jack then fights Blake McCarnan and Jake Paul fights Nate Robinson in a light heavyweight match. Then Tyson and Jones take the ring for the main event.

Friday

College basketball

Gonzaga vs Auburn, Eastern Standard Time 11:00 AM

Virginia vs. San Francisco at 11:30 AM Eastern Standard Time on ESPN

Ohio, Illinois, 1:00 pm EST on the Big Ten Network

FS1 Eastern Standard Time 2:00 pm Kansas vs. St. Joseph

Sam Houston, Texas Tech, 2:00 pm EST, ESPNU

Boise, Houston, EST at 3:00 pm ESPN +

Gardnerweb, Florida, 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time for ACC Network Alternative

UCLA vs. Pepperdine at 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Pac12 Network

Set on Hall in Louisville at 4 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN2

Southern Iowa at 5 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Big Ten Network

Fairleigh Dickinson at Rutgers at 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Big Ten Network

Arkansas Pine Bluff in Wisconsin at 9 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Big Ten Network

College football

Iowa, Texas, at noon EST

Nebraska, Iowa, 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time, Fox

Notre Dame in North Carolina at 3:30 pm EST

Oregon in Oregon at 7:30 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN

golf

Match: Champion of Change: Phil Mickelson-Charles Barkley vs. Stephen Curry-Peyton Manning at 3 pm EST on TNT

Saturday

Football

Premier League: Brighton vs Liverpool at 7:30 EST at Peacock Premium

Premier League: NBCSN Eastern Standard Time 10am Manchester City vs Burnley

Serie A: ESPN + Eastern Standard Time Benevento vs. Juventus

Premier League: Everton vs Leeds United at 12:30 pm Eastern Standard Time on NBC

Riga: Bein Sports USA Eastern Standard Time 3:00 pm Real Madrid vs. Arabes

College football

Ohio, Illinois, eastern FS1 noon

Kentucky in Florida at noon EST on ESPN

Maryland in Indiana at noon EST on ESPN2

Texas Tech in Oklahoma at noon EST in Fox

Pennsylvania State University, Michigan at noon EST

ESPN + Eastern Standard Time 3:00 pm Texas Coastal Carolina

Auburn in Alabama at 3:30 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Pittsburgh at Clemson at 3:30 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN

Northwestern Michigan at 3:30 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN2

Colorado, USC, Eastern Standard Time 3:30 pm, ABC

Rutgers at Purdue at 4 pm EST in FS1

LSU at Texas A & M at 7 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN

Baylor’s Kansas State at 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN2

Georgia, South Carolina, Eastern Standard Time 7:30 pm SEC Network

Arizona at UCLA at 8 pm EST in Fox

College basketball

ACC Network Alternative 2:00 pm EST Duke, Copin

Notre Dame, Michigan State University, 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Big Ten Network

boxing

Viddal Riley vs Rashad Coulter at 9 pm Eastern Standard Time in pay-per-view

Badou Jack vs. Break Mackernan after the first match in pay-per-view

Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson after the second match in pay-per-view

Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. after the third match in pay-per-view

UFC Fight Nights on ESPN +

Spike Carlyle vs. Bill Argio (10 pm Eastern Standard Time)

Miguel Baeza vs. Takashi Sato after the first war

Josh Parisian vs. Parker Porter after the second battle

Anthony Smith vs Devin Clark after the third battle

Curtis Blaydes vs Derrick Lewis after the 4th battle

Sunday

Football

Riga: beIN Sports USA Eastern Standard Time 8am Barcelona vs Osasuna

Premier League: NBCSN Eastern Standard Time 9am Southampton vs Manchester United

Premier League: Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur at 11:30 EST at NBCSN

Premier League: Arsenal vs. Wolf at 2:15 pm Eastern Standard Time on NBCSN

MLS Cup Playoffs: Orlando City vs. New England Revolution at 3:00 EST at ABC

MLS Cup Playoffs: ESPN Eastern Standard Time 8 pm Columbus Crew vs. Nashville SC

NFL

Dolphins on a jet plane at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Cardinal of the Patriots at 1:00 pm EST in Fox

Panther at 1:00 pm EST Viking in Fox

Browns at Jaguars at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Titans at 1 pm CBS Eastern Standard Time Colts

Bengals Giant at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time in Fox

Bills Charger at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Raiders at Falcons at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Ravens at Steelers at 1:15 pm Eastern Standard Time on the NBC

49ers at Rams at 4:05 pm Eastern Standard Time in Fox

Broncos Saint at 4:05 pm Eastern Standard Time in Fox

Chief of the Buccaneers at 4:25 pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS

Bear at Packers at 8:20 pm EST

College basketball

Richmond, Kentucky, 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on ESPN

UMass Lowell, Ohio, 4:00 pm EST on the Big Ten Network

Rutgers Hofstra at 4 pm Eastern Standard Time on the Big Ten Network

Houston vs. Texas Tech at 5:30 pm EST on ESPN2

Auckland, Michigan, EST at 6 pm EST on the Big Ten Network

ESPN2 Eastern Standard Time 8:00 pm South Florida vs Virginia Tech

This Week’s National Football League

Tennessee Titans’ Derrick Henry (C) left Baltimore Ravens’ Patrick Queen (L) on a 29-yard touchdown run to win the match 30-24 during overtime in Baltimore on Sunday. Photo courtesy of David Tulis / UPI | License photo



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