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Wednesday’s TV highlights

Basketball, college men

9:30 a.m.: Central Connecticut St. at Connecticut … ESPNU

11:30 a.m.: Diamond Head Classic, consolation, BYU vs. New Mexico … ESPNU

1:30 p.m.: Diamond Head Classic, semifinal, Auburn vs. Harvard … ESPNU

4 p.m.: Missouri vs. Illinois, at St. Louis … ESPN2

4 p.m.: Utah Valley at Louisville … ESPNU

4 p.m.: Western Carolina at Pittsburgh … Root

5 p.m.: Las Vegas Classic, consolation, teams TBA … Fox Sports 1

6 p.m.: Diamond Head Classic, semifinal, Oklahoma vs. N. Iowa or Hawaii … ESPN2

6 p.m.: Pepperdine at Portland … ESPNU

6 p.m.: LMU at Gonzaga … KHQ

7:30 p.m.: Las Vegas Classic, championship … Fox Sports 1

8 p.m.: Saint Mary’s at Santa Clara … Root

8:30 p.m.: Diamond Head Classic, WSU vs. N. Iowa or Hawaii … ESPNU

Basketball, NBA

4 p.m.: Houston at Orlando … NBA

7 p.m.: Utah at Golden State … Root (Comcast only)

7:30 p.m.: Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers … NBA

Football, college

1:30 p.m.: Poinsettia Bowl, N. Illinois vs. Boise St. … ESPN

5 p.m.: GoDaddy Bowl, Bowling Green vs. Georgia Southern… ESPN

Miscellany

10:30 p.m.: SWX Tonight … SWX

Wednesday’s radio highlights

Basketball, college men

4 p.m.: Gonzaga GameDay Live with Jim Meehan and John Blanchette … 1510-AM

5 p.m.: LMU at Gonzaga … 1510-AM

8:30 p.m.: Washington State at Diamond Head Classic … 920-AM

Basketball, college women

12:30 p.m.: Gonzaga at LMU … 790-AM

Football, college

12:30 p.m.: Poinsettia Bowl, Northern Illinois vs. Boise St. … 700-AM

Sports talk

After Poinsettia Bowl: Patchin, Lukens and Osso … 700-AM

All events subject to change.

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