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Daily sports TV schedule: What to watch on ESPN, FS1 & other channels for Thursday, March 25

Live sports aren’t happening right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean fans have stopped craving sports action. On Sunday, CBS took the timeslot normally allocated to live March Madness games and filled them with classic games from past tournaments.

The games, like the 1992 Elite Eight matchup between Duke and Kentucky, had fans engaged with the past well enough to get the game trending on Twitter. Over one million people watched the throwback college basketball games on CBS on Sunday afternoon, according to Show Buzz Daily. 

Many networks are following suit without live games to broadcast or provide commentary on. Sporting News compiled all the classic games across the networks to help fans navigate the nostalgia. 

ESPN schedule today

ESPN is continuing with regularly scheduled programs like Sportscenter and NFL Live during the day and airing docuseries like “O.J.: Made in America” at night. On ESPN’s other channels, like ACC Network and SEC Network, the emphasis is on replaying college football and basketball games from last season.

FS1 schedule today

Fox Sports 1 is also continuing with regularly scheduled programming during the day but shifting to classic World Series games at night. First up is the extra-inning thriller in 2016, followed by one of the most dramatic finishes in baseball history in 2001. 

MLB Network schedule today

MLB Network is starting the morning off with some great early season games and finishing with the legendary Aaron Boone home run. 

NBA TV schedule today

NBA TV is featuring the Jazz of the 1990s, teams with two Hall of Fame players in John Stockton that weren’t able to capture a title.

NBC Sports schedule today

NBC Sports is chock-full with Stanley Cup Finals games that clinched championships.

NFL Network schedule today

The two Super Bowl matchups on NFL Network feature two of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game. Peyton Manning makes his first Super Bowl appearance in the first game and Tom Brady takes his perfect 18-0 record into the second game. 

NHL Network schedule today

NHL Network has some classic games to start the day. The 1993 and 1994 Stanley Cup Finals are showcased.

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