Well it’s our New Year’s resolution to keep ya’ll updated monthly on the key events to watch. So we may be a tad late for January but hey, better late than never! So here is what you should be watching for the rest of the month.
Monday Jan 6th:
BCS National Championship: Florida State vs. Auburn 8:30PM EST on ESPN
In the final game of the college football season, you can watch Heisman Trophy winner, Jameis Winston, and his Florida State Seminoles take on the Auburn Tigers. Vegas, the ultimate odds maker, has Florida State as the 9 point favorite. If they Seminoles do win, that would be the ultimate bday present for Winston (yup, Jan. 6 is his birthday!).
Saturday Jan. 11th:
New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle 4:35EST on FOX
Indianapolis Colts vs. New England 8:15EST
Sunday Jan 12th:
Green Bay Packers or San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers 1:05EST
San Diego Chargers vs. Denver 4:40EST
Monday Jan 13th– Sunday Jan 26th:
The Major tennis tournament bracket can be seen here.
Sunday Jan 19th:
NFC Championship (teams and times TBD)
AFC Championship (teams and times TBD)
Wednesday Jan 22nd:
Pro Bowl Draft at 8PM EST on NFL Network
The Pro Bowl has changed for the first time in history, doing away with the NFC vs. AFC game. This year a draft will take place from selected players, creating mixed division teams. Pro Football Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will serve as alumni team captains for their respective teams. Here is a list of players eligible for the draft.
Thursday Jan 23rd-Sunday Jan 26th:
X Games Aspen
Schedule can be seen here.
The Farmers Insurance on CBS and TGC
While golf isn’t always fun to watch, this tourney is pretty decent and takes place at Torrey Pines Golf Course, located above the Pacific ocean in beautiful San Diego. While defending Champ, Tiger Woods, hasn’t officially committed to the tourney, he is expected to do so, which will make tuning in to watch more entertaining.
Sunday Jan 26th:
NFL Pro Bowl Team Sanders vs. Team Rice at 7EST on NBC
The Pro Bowl is an all-star game for the NFL. The teams are comprised of the top players in the NFC vs. those in the AFC. The first Pro Bowl was in for the 1938 season and for the first time in Pro Bowl history they are changing up the teams. They have gotten rid of the NFC vs. AFC game and decided to give fans a match up they’ve never seen before. Teams will be announced Wed. Jan 22nd.
NBA 2013 Finals Rematch: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat 1 EST on ABC
Check out Tim Duncan and Tony Parker as they take on LeBron and company in Miami in a rematch from last year’s NBA finals. Think the Spurs have what it takes for revenge?
K well that about sums up our must watch!