Golf. Third round of the PGA Tour Championship in Atlanta (Channel 7 at noon).

College Football. Ohio State at Michigan State (ESPN at noon); Virginia Tech at North Carolina (ESPN2 at noon); Georgia Tech at N.C. State (CSN at noon); Maryland at Virginia (Channel 7, 3:30); Notre Dame at Tennessee (Channel 9, 3:30); Purdue at Iowa (ESPN, 3:30); Mississippi State at Alabama (ESPN2, 6:30); Clemson at Miami (ESPN, 7:45); Colorado State at Utah (ESPN2, 9:45); Southern Cal at Oregon State (CSN at 11).

Auto Racing. NASCAR Bashas' Supermarkets 200 in Phoenix (Channel 4, 3:30).

NBA Basketball. Miami at Washington (CSN at 7).

Teen Show

It's Academic. Rockville, St. Anselm's and Stonewall Jackson compete (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.); later, Osbourn Park, Sidwell Friends and W. T. Woodson High School compete (Channel 4 at 2).

Public Affairs

On the Story. An election recap and a report on the future of the Democratic Party (CNN at 10 a.m.).

Weekend Live With Tony Snow. The Washington Times' Bill Sammon predicts the makeup of the new Cabinet (FNC at noon). Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D-Tenn.) appears tomorrow at noon.

The Beltway Boys. Topics are President Bush's second term, the future of the Cabinet and life after Yasser Arafat (FNC at 6).

To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics include the gender gap in the 2004 election and the new women elected to office (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. on Channels 22 and 26).

Fox News Watch assesses the media's cautious election coverage and a look at the future of the network anchors (FNC, 6:30).

Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson addresses questions about how Bush won, what his agenda is, and who will emerge as the Democrats' leader (Channel 9 at 7).

The Capital Gang. Topics are the Bush victory and Republican gains in the Congress (CNN at 7).

After Hours with Cal Thomas. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) previews the new Senate and assesses Sen. Arlen Specter's comments on filling Supreme Court vacancies (FNC at 11).

This Is America With Dennis Wholey. An election wrap-up with journalist Hedrick Smith, Johns Hopkins University professor Kay Redfield Jamison, American University professor Allan Lichtman and former assistant secretary of state Phyllis Oakley (Channel 32, 11:30).

Public Broadcasting

The Political Dr. Seuss profiles Theodor Geisel, who besides writing "Green Eggs and Ham" and "The Cat and the Hat" also drew editorial cartoons for the left-wing newspaper PM during World War II and remained politically active throughout his life (Channel 32 at 8).


48 Hours Mystery (CC) reports on a Georgia woman who claims she shot and killed her husband in self-defense (Channel 9 at 10).


Clubhouse (CC). On its new night, Lou quits as equipment manager after a run-in with the bosses (Channel 9 at 8).

Late Night

Mad TV. With Alanis Morissette (Channel 5 at 11).

Saturday Night Live. Featuring the skits of Tom Hanks (Channel 4, 11:30).

Wielding a sharper pen: Theodor Geisel's cartoons for grown-ups are the focus of "The Political Dr. Seuss," tonight at 8 on Channel 32.