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Baseball

4:30 p.m.Nationals at BravesTBS

Football

1 p.m.Oregon Ducks 2005FSN
1:30 p.m.Oregon State Beavers 2005FSN
2 p.m.Washington Huskies 2005FSN
2:30 p.m.Washington State Cougars 2005FSN
4 p.m.Oregon at HoustonESPN2
4:30 p.m.Central Florida at South CarolinaESPN
7 p.m.Idaho at Washington StateFSN
7:15 p.m.Minnesota at TulsaESPN2

Golf

6:30 a.m.European MastersGolf

Tennis

8 a.m.U.S. OpenUSA
4 p.m.U.S. OpenUSA

Radio today

Baseball

12:30 p.m.Yankees at MarinersSee below
6:30 p.m.Spokane Indians at Yakima790-AM

Seattle Mariners baseball broadcasts can be heard on the following affiliates: 630-AM, Spokane; 840-AM, Colfax; 1080-AM, Coeur d’Alene; 1350-AM, Lewiston/Clarkston; 92.1-FM, Colville; 100.3-FM, Moses Lake/Ephrata.

Football

5 p.m.KXLY Cougar Road Show920-AM
6 p.m.Idaho at Washington StateSee below
6 p.m.Idaho at Washington State1080-AM

Washington State University football broadcasts can be heard on the following affiliates: 920-AM, Spokane; 1240-AM, Colville; 1400-AM, Moscow; 1430-AM, Clarkston; 1450-AM, Colfax; 1470-AM, Moses Lake; 106.1-FM, Moscow.

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