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Sports on TV/radio for Friday, November 9

Published Nov. 8, 2018

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Autos
Trucks: Lucas Oil 150 qualifying5:30 p.m.FS1
Monster Energy Cup: Can-Am 500 qualifying7 p.m.NBCSN
Trucks: Lucas Oil 1508:30 p.m.FS1
College basketball
Providence vs. Wichita State6 p.m.CBSSN
Bowling Green at St. John's6:30 p.m.FS2
Charleston Southern at Florida7 p.m.620-AM
Arkansas vs. Texas7 p.m.ESPN
Southern Illinois at Kentucky7 p.m.SEC
North Carolina at Elon7 p.m.ESPNU
Women: Albany at USF7 p.m.1040-AM
Montana State at Indiana8 p.m.Big Ten
Maryland vs. Navy8:30 p.m.CBSSN
Buffalo at West Virginia9 p.m.ESPNU
Mississippi Valley State at Texas Tech9 p.m.Fox Sun
Washington at Auburn9:30 p.m.SEC
Yale vs. Cal11 p.m.ESPNU
College football
Louisville at Syracuse7 p.m.ESPN2
Fresno State at Boise State10:15 p.m.ESPN2
Golf
PGA Europe: Nedbank Championship3 a.m.Golf
PGA: Myakoba Classic1 p.m.Golf
Champions: Schwab Cup Championship4 p.m.Golf
LPGA: Blue Bay Open11 p.m.Golf
NBA
Wizards at Magic7 p.m.FSF
Hornets at 76ers7 p.m.NBA
Celtics at Jazz9:30 p.m.ESPN
NHL
Blue Jackets at Capitals7 p.m.NHL
Soccer
German: Wolfsburg at Hannover2:30 p.m.FS2

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