TONIGHT

BALTIMORE RAVENS AT

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

No Ed Reed. No Ray Lewis. No Tommy Maddox. This could get ugly fast. [WJLA-7, WMAR-2, 9]

WEDNESDAY

WIZARDS AT TORONTO RAPTORS

Season opener. The Wizards tip off against a team that isn't any good. Nine players on the Raptors' roster have two years of NBA experience or less and the veteran leader is Jalen Rose. Nice. [Comcast SportsNet, 7]

SATURDAY

TENNESSEE AT NOTRE DAME

So much for southern hospitality. Calls for his ouster from fans and not-so-subtle cracks by fellow SEC coaches have Vols Coach Phillip Fulmer at the center of a blame game for a disappointing start. Never mind that the Irish will be the fifth top 10 team to line up against Tennessee this season. [WRC-4, WBAL-11, 2:30]

MIAMI AT VIRGINIA TECH

The Hokies have been a consistent power since the arrival of Michael Vick, so big games are nothing new. But how will the weight of BCS positioning and the always dangerous Hurricanes affect brother Marcus? [ESPN, 7:45]

MAGIC AT WIZARDS

Home opener. Can the phrase "if Grant Hill stays healthy" finally be retired to cliche status? [Comcast SportsNet, 7]

SUNDAY

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES AT REDSKINS

Terrell Owens has put his $3.9 million, 15,000-square-foot mansion in Moorestown, N.J., up for sale with the idea of "downsizing" to a smaller pad. But where will the media stay during next year's holdout? [ESPN, WDCA-20, 8:30]

REDSKINS vs. EAGLES

Sunday, 8:30

RAVENS at STEELERS

Tonight, 9

at RAPTORS Wed., 7

at KNICKS Fri., 7:30

vs. MAGIC Sat., 7

at FLYERS Thu., 7

vs. THRASHERS Fri., 7

vs. MAPLE LEAFS Sun, 5