Tennis. U.S. Open men's semifinals (Channel 9 at noon) and the women's final (Channel 9 at 8).
College Football. UCLA at Illinois (Channel 7 at noon); Richmond at VMI (CSN at noon); UNLV at Wisconsin (ESPN at noon); Arizona State at Northwestern (ESPN2 at noon); North Carolina at Virginia (Channel 7, 3:30); Michigan at Notre Dame (Channel 4, 3:30); Wyoming at Texas A&M (CSN, 3:30); Georgia at South Carolina (ESPN, 5:30); Penn State at Boston College (Channel 7 at 8); Texas at Arkansas (ESPN, 8:45); Mississippi at Alabama (ESPN2 at 9).
Golf. Third round of the Canadian Open in Ontario (ESPN, 3:30).
MLS Soccer. Dallas at D.C. (ESPN2 at 4).
Baseball. New York Yankees at Baltimore (Channel 20, 4:30).
On the Story. Six CNN correspondents look at the three-year anniversary of 9/11 and discuss the impact of that day on the stories they are covering now (CNN at 10 a.m.).
9-11 Remembered: The Rise After the Fall. Neil Cavuto hosts live from Ground Zero, focusing on the nation's economic recovery (Fox News Channel at 10 a.m.).
The McLaughlin Group examines Vice President Cheney's comments about Sen. John Kerry and terrorism (Channel 4, 1:30; repeats Sunday at noon).
The Beltway Boys discuss the top 10 Senate races to watch (Fox News Channel at 6).
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics include the "grandparents' vote" in the election and the rise in home-schooling (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 26 and 10 a.m. on Channel 22).
Fox News Watch ponders whether conservatives are better at using the media (Fox News Channel, 6:30).
Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson. Topics include the presidential campaign and Vice President Cheney's comments on the terrorism threat (Channel 9 at 7).
The Capital Gang (CC). Topics include President Bush's National Guard service, the latest poll numbers and the debate over the presidential debates (CNN at 7).
After Hours with Cal Thomas interviews David and Julie Nixon Eisenhower (FNC at 11).
Controversy: Johnny Cash vs. Music Row chronicles the artistic struggle in the 1980s between the music legend and the mainstream country music industry (CMT at 8).
Saturday Night Live (CC). The best of Jon Lovitz (Channel 4, 11:30).