College Football. Michigan at Ohio State (Channel 7 at noon); Minnesota at Wisconsin (ESPN at noon); North Carolina at Duke or Richmond at William & Mary (CSN at noon); San Diego State at Air Force (ESPN2 at noon); Rutgers at Notre Dame (Channel 4 at 1); Florida State at N.C. State (Channel 7, 3:30); Auburn at Alabama (Channel 9, 3:30); Indiana at Purdue (ESPN, 3:30); Maryland at Virginia (ESPN2, 5:30); Texas Tech at Oklahoma (TBS at 7); South Carolina at Clemson (ESPN, 7:45); Mississippi at LSU (ESPN2, 8:30).

Golf (CC). The Franklin Templeton Shootout in Naples, Fla. (Channel 9 at 1).

NHL Hockey. Atlanta at Washington (CSN at 7).

NBA Basketball. Washington at Memphis (Channel 50 and NewsChannel 8 at 8).

Teen Show

It's Academic. Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Centreville and Richard Montgomery high schools compete (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).

Public Affairs

Think Tank With Ben Wattenberg. Duke University professor Eric Meyers and Hershel Shanks of Biblical Archaeology Review discuss recent archaeological finds related to the Bible (Channel 26 at 11 a.m.).

Weekend Live With Tony Snow. Joseph Cirincione of the Carnegie Endowment discusses the U.N. weapons inspectors, and The Washington Post's Lloyd Grove talks about Al Gore (FNC at noon; terrorism expert Neil Livingston appears on tomorrow's edition at noon).

The Beltway Boys. New Republic Editor Peter Beinart discusses the Democrats' struggle to find a message (FNC at 6).

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Rep. Jennifer Dunn (R-Wash.) previews the Republican agenda in Congress (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 6 a.m. on Channel 26 and 11:30 a.m. on Channel 22).

Fox News Watch. Topics include the role of the press in the impending war and the Roger Ailes post-9/11 memo to the president (FNC, 6:30).

Reliable Sources looks at these feuds: Daschle-Limbaugh, Gore-Bush and Woodward-Ailes; with radio host Laura Ingraham, Time magazine's Karen Tumulty and the Wall Street Journal's John Harwood (CNN, 6:30; repeated tomorrow, 11:30 a.m).

Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson. Topics include Al Gore's publicity blitz and John F. Kennedy's secret medical history (Channel 9 at 7).

The Capital Gang. Separate interviews with Sen.-elect John Sununu (R-N.H.) and Ken Pollack of the Brookings Institution, plus CNN's Jerrold Kessel looks at the Israeli elections (CNN at 7).

Fox Wire With Rita Cosby interviews Entifadh K. Qanbar of the Iraqi National Congress, and former CIA interrogator Bob Newman discusses the recent al Qaeda arrests (FNC at 10).

This Is America With Dennis Wholey. A historian's roundtable featuring Jay Winik, Michael Kazin, Dennis Pogue and Alan L. McPherson (Channel 32, 11:30; repeats tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.).

Cable Marathon

MTV runs the entire first season of The Osbournes beginning at 1 p.m. The entire 10-hour marathon will repeat Sunday at 2 p.m.

Prime-Time Movies

GoldenEye (1995) (CC) (R). Pierce Brosnan's debut as James Bond finds him in post-Cold War Russia tracking down missing nuclear weapons. Three hours (Channel 4 at 8).

Jingle All the Way (1996) (CC) (R). Arnold Schwarzenegger is a frantic father who jumps through hoops to get the hot new toy for his son at Christmas. Two hours (Channel 7 at 8).


Touched by an Angel (CC). The angels struggle to complete a mission while Tess's Alzheimer's disease worsens (Channel 9 at 8).

America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (CC) profiles some of the nation's worst female felons (Channel 5 at 9).

The District (CC). The wife of the mayor's heavyweight champion son is found murdered in their penthouse (Channel 9 at 9).

The Agency (CC). Quinn goes missing just before Thanksgiving, forcing everyone to change their holiday plans (Channel 9 at 10).

Late Night

Mad TV (CC). Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama of "That '70s Show" appear (Channel 5 at 11).

Saturday Night Live (CC) (R). Hosted by Kirsten Dunst with musical guest Eminem (Channel 4, 11:30).

Pierce Brosnan stars as 007 in "GoldenEye," tonight on Channel 4.