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Today’s TV highlights

Auto racing

5 a.m. Formula One qualifying Speed
5 p.m. NASCAR: Sprint Cup LifeLock.com 400TNT
7 p.m. NHRA qualifying ESPN2

Baseball

1 p.m. MLB: N.Y. Yankees at L.A. AngelsFox 28
4 p.m. MLB: Chicago White Sox at MinnesotaWGN
6:30 p.m. MLB: Texas at Seattle FSN

Cycling

5 a.m. Tour de France Versus

Live coverage of Stage 8, plus

repeated coverage throughout the day.

Football

7 p.m. af2: Wilkes-Barre Scranton at SpokaneSWX

Golf

6:15 a.m. European PGA Tour: Scottish OpenGolf
10 a.m. Nationwide Tour: Gretzky Charity ClassicGolf
Noon PGA Tour: John Deere Classic CBS
Noon USGA: U.S. Women’s Open ChampionshipNBC
3:30 p.m. Champions Tour: 3M Championship, tapeGolf

Horse Racing

3:30 p.m. Hollywood Gold Cup FSN

Soccer

1 p.m. MLS: Houston at Seattle FSN
5 p.m. MLS: Columbus at Chicago ESPN2

Sunday’s TV highlights

Auto racing

10 a.m. IRL: Honda Indy Toronto ABC
Noon F1: Grand Prix of Germany, tape Fox 28
2:30 p.m. GP2 Championship Series, tapeSpeed
4 p.m. NHRA: Mile-High Nationals, finals, tapeESPN2

Baseball

10 a.m. MLB: St. Louis at Chicago Cubs (1st game)WGN
11 a.m. MLB: L.A. Dodgers at MilwaukeeTBS
11 a.m. All-Star Futures Game ESPN2
12:30 p.m. MLB: Texas at Seattle FSN
5 p.m. MLB: St. Louis at Chicago Cubs (2nd game)ESPN

Basketball

6 p.m. WNBA: Chicago at Seattle FSN

Cycling

4 a.m. Tour de France Versus

Live coverage of Stage 9, plus

repeated coverage throughout the day.

Golf

6:30 a.m. European PGA Tour: Scottish OpenGolf
10 a.m. Nationwide Tour: Gretzky Charity ClassicGolf
Noon PGA Tour: John Deere Classic CBS
Noon USGA: U.S. Women’s Open ChampionshipNBC
4 p.m. Champions Tour: 3M Championship, tapeGolf

Today’s radio highlights

Auto racing

4:15 p.m. NASCAR: LifeLock.com 400 700-AM

Baseball

6 p.m. MLB: Texas at Seattle920-AM/1080-AM
6:30 p.m. Spokane at Eugene 1510-AM

Football

6:30 p.m. af2: Wilkes-Barre Scranton at Spokane105.7-FM
TV listings based on Comcast Basic Cable service in Spokane. All events subject to change.

 

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Washington State center Fred Mauigoa has spent spring camp refining snapping technique

UPDATED: 10:48 p.m.

updated  This spring, WSU’s starting center encountered some unexpected turbulence snapping the football. He’s been more consistent as of late and finished spring camp on a good – and accurate – note, but Fred Mauigoa is still trying to improve, and there’s no better way to do that then by building muscle memory through constant repetition.