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Womens Basketball vs Cornell; Grey Cup Sunday Open Thread

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Thanksgiving is behind us, and we'll be back up to speed with takeaways and more responsible basketball posting shortly.

But first, on this Sunday, there's two games of interest to you and me. First, in just over an hour, Women's Basketball will take on Clemson in each team's second game of the UCF Thanksgiving Tournament. Now 5-0 after rolling UCF in the fourth quarter yesterday for a 66-60 win, the Bulls are within shouting distance of the program-record 8-0 start from 2000.

Clemson on paper is having a difficult year. After losing an exhibition to D-II Anderson College, they're 1-5 in the regular season with only a 43-36 win over Charleston Southern to their name, and only one loss - yesterday against Butler - by less than 13 points. Danielle Edwards (11 points, 8 rebounds) and Nelly Perry (17.5 points in last two games) will lead the Tigers.

You should be able to listen to the game here and keep up with live stats here.


Later in the evening, get your #ForeverABull hat on, because former Wide Receiver Ernest Jackson and the Ottawa REDBLACKS are in the 103rd Grey Cup at 6:00 PM against Edmonton. Jackson is one of the CFL's leading receivers this season, with 1,036 yards and 5 touchdowns, and will be one of six 1,000-yard receivers in the game this evening.

Assuming you're based in America, you can watch the game on ESPN2 or WatchESPN, but if you're somewhere else, further broadcast information is available here.