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Sports On TV, 9/30

Here's a look at options for what to do with your remote on Sunday when looking for sports to watch.

There might not be a better sports day than Sunday in the fall, especially following a full slate of college football on Saturday. Unfortunately for some local pro football fans, watching games on television isn't quite the same when the team doesn't sell enough tickets to be televised in the area.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers failed to sell the standard amount of tickets for Sunday's game against the Redskins for it to be televised locally. That means Bucs fans will have to watch a different game, or drive 80 miles to see if they have any luck tracking the game down. They could also consider the various alternatives. There are plenty.

Here's your sports TV schedule for Sunday:

1 p.m. NFL Football (CBS)

1 p.m. NFL Football (FOX)

2 p.m. Rays at White Sox (TBS)

4 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Arizona Diamondbacks (WGN)

4 p.m. Indiana Fever at Atlanta Dream -- WNBA Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 2 (ESPN2)

4:25 p.m. NFL Football (FOX)

8:20 p.m. Sunday Night Football: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (NBC)

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