Nov. 13 (Meslop) — The 2020 Masters — one in all golf’s 4 main championships — is the principle sports occasion this weekend as 92 gamers battle for a Inexperienced Jacket in Augusta, Ga. Boxing bouts and dozens of football video games additionally pack the schedule.

Rain and lightning delayed the primary spherical of the Masters on Thursday at Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership. Organizers will now need to reschedule tee instances and have some gamers cut up their rounds Friday and Saturday to stay on monitor for a Sunday afternoon finale.

The Masters airs Thursday by means of Sunday on CBS and ESPN.

CBS, NBC, ESPN and Fox additionally will carry an abundance of football video games this weekend, with greater than 40 school football matchups Saturday and 12 NFL video games Sunday.

Undefeated WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford (36-0) additionally will put his belt on the road when he fights Kell Brook on Saturday on ESPN.

2020 Masters

Bryson DeChambeau is favored to win the 2020 Masters Event this weekend in Augusta, however Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods enter the match wanting so as to add to their quite a few milestones at majors.

McIlroy will try to win a profession grand slam of main championships. He has gained the PGA Championship twice, the 2014 British Open and the 2011 U.S. Open, however has by no means completed higher than fourth at Augusta.

Woods, the defending champion, seems to be to win back-to-back titles for the primary time since he gained in 2001 and 2002. He’s additionally on a quest to win his 16th main title, which might put him inside two titles of a tie for first place all-time with Jack Nicklaus.

9 golfers teed off on time to start out the primary spherical Thursday earlier than the match was delayed by practically three hours.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson, No. 2 Jon Rahm and No. Three Justin Thomas be part of DeChambeau and McIlroy among the many high 5 favorites to win at Augusta.

The gamers with the bottom 50 scores or tied in that vary after the second spherical will qualify for the third spherical of the Masters.

Football matchups

The coronavirus pandemic continues to trigger postponed and canceled school football video games, however 1000’s of gamers nonetheless will take the sector this weekend throughout the USA.

A lot of ranked groups will meet on Saturday in school football and a number of other powerhouse applications have robust highway matchups.

High-ranked Alabama had been scheduled to face LSU in a highway SEC matchup Saturday in Baton Rouge, La., however that recreation has been postponed. Clemson, Ohio State and Texas A&M additionally will take the weekend off.

Notre Dame will put its undefeated report on the road on Saturday at Boston School. Wisconsin battles Michigan, Indiana faces Michigan State and Northwestern performs at Purdue Saturday in Massive Ten play.

The Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes and Oregon Geese will probably be among the many different high school football groups in motion Saturday.

The Week 10 NFL schedule options a number of rivalries and key divisional video games. The New York Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in an NFC East recreation. The Carolina Panthers host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in an NFC South matchup.

Two high rookie quarterbacks will battle Sunday in Miami Gardens, Fla. Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa — the No. 5 general decide within the 2020 NFL Draft — takes on Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert (No. 6) at 4:05 p.m. EST. That recreation airs on CBS.

Different huge Week 10 NFL matchups embody: the Denver Broncos on the Las Vegas Raiders; the Buffalo Payments on the Arizona Cardinals; the Seattle Seahawks on the Los Angeles Rams; and the Cincinnati Bengals on the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Boxing bout

A boxing bout between Terence Crawford and Kell Brook headlines the principle card of High Rank on ESPN on Saturday in Las Vegas. The cardboard additionally contains a battle between tremendous flyweights Joshua Franco and Andrew Moloney.

Brook (39-2 with 27 knockouts) is a heavy underdog in opposition to maybe the very best pound-for-pound boxer on this planet. The 5-foot-9 England native has gained his final three fights since consecutive losses to Errol Spence Jr. and Gennady Golovkin.

Golovkin snatched a title belt from Brook throughout their 2016 assembly. Brook knocked out Mark Deluca within the seventh spherical of his final bout Feb. 8.

Crawford, who additionally has 27 knockouts, final fought on Dec. 14, when he beat Egidijus Kavaliauskas. The 5-foot-Eight Omaha native is a three-division world champion.

The principle card for Saturday’s fights begins at 10 p.m. EST Saturday on ESPN. The undercard airs at 7 p.m. EST and airs on ESPN+.

Friday

Golf

The Masters Event: Second spherical from 7:39 a.m. to five:30 p.m. EST on CBSSports.com; TV from 1 to five:30 p.m. EST on ESPN

School football

East Carolina at Cincinnati at 7:30 p.m. EST on ESPN2

Saturday

The Masters Event: Third spherical from 10 a.m. EST to completion of play on CBSSports.com; TV from 1 to five p.m. EST on CBS

School football

Miami at Virginia Tech at midday EST on ESPN

Indiana at Michigan State at midday EST on ABC

Coastal Carolina at Troy at midday EST on ESPN2

Western Carolina at Liberty at midday EST on ESPNU

Center Tennessee at Marshall at 1:30 p.m. EST on CBSSN

South Alabama at Louisiana at 2 p.m. EST on ESPN+

Notre Dame at Boston School at 3:30 p.m. EST on ABC

USC at Arizona at 3:30 p.m. EST on Fox

Arkansas at Florida at 7 p.m. EST on ESPN

SMU at Tulsa at 7 p.m. EST on ESPN2

Oregon at Washington State at 7 p.m. EST at Fox

Wisconsin at Michigan at 7:30 p.m. EST on ABC

Northwestern at Purdue at 7:30 p.m. EST on Massive Ten Community

Soccer

UEFA Nations League: Portugal vs. France at 2:45 p.m. EST on ESPN+

Boxing

Terence Crawford vs. Kell Brook at 10 p.m. EST on ESPN

Sunday

Golf

The Masters Event: Fourth spherical from Eight a.m. EST to completion of play on CBSSports.com; TV from 10 a.m. to three p.m. EST on CBS

NFL

Eagles at Giants at 1 p.m. EST on Fox

Jaguars at Packers at 1 p.m. EST on Fox

Washington Football Group at Lions at 1 p.m. EST on Fox

Buccaneers at Panthers at 1 p.m. EST on Fox

Chargers at Dolphins at 4:05 p.m. EST on CBS

Broncos at Raiders at 4:05 p.m. EST on CBS

Payments at Cardinals at 4:05 p.m. EST on CBS

49ers at Saints at 4:25 p.m. EST on Fox

Seahawks at Rams at 4:25 p.m. EST on Fox

Bengals at Steelers at 4:25 p.m. EST on Fox

Ravens at Patriots at 8:20 p.m. EST on NBC

Soccer

UEFA Nations League: Belgium vs. England at 2:45 p.m. EST on ESPN

Moments from the 2020 Masters Event

Tiger Woods is framed by fall foliage as he putts on the 12th inexperienced through the first spherical of the 2020 Masters Event in Augusta on Thursday. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Phil Mickelson reacts after lacking a putt on the 10th gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Brooks Koepka traces up a putt within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Rory McIlroy reacts after a missed putt on the seventh gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Mickelson reacts after his tee shot on the 11th gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Sungjae Im (L) walks on the second fairway together with his caddie within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Brendon Todd hits his tee shot on the third gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Paul Casey of the UK and caddie John McLaren smile on the ninth inexperienced. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods watches his tee shot within the first spherical of the Masters Event in Augusta on Thursday. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Xander Schauffele traces up a putt on the 18th inexperienced within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Zach Johnson hit his tee shot. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Tony Finau hits his tee shot on the 12th gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Cameron Champ reacts after his tee shot on the primary gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Lee Westwood putts on the 10th gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods walks to the 15th inexperienced. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Webb Simpson hits a pitch shot to the seventh gap within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Simpson hits a tee shot within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Shane Lowry of Eire hits out of a bunker within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods hits out of a bunker. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Patrick Reed hits off the 10th tee field within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods hits his tee shot on the 12th gap within the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Kevin Na reacts after his tee shot on the 11th gap. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Tony Finau hits off the 10th tee field. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Jon Rahm hits off the 10th tee field. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Course staff and members of the media depart the course in a rain delay through the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

A employee places up the names of golf legends Gary Participant and Jack Nicklaus previous to the ceremonial tee pictures to start out the match. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Nicklaus (L) walks off together with his spouse, Barbara, after hitting the ceremonial tee pictures to start out the match. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Nicklaus (R) hits the ceremonial tee pictures alongside Participant. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

A course employee stands close to the 10th fairway as rain begins to fall through the first spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Bryson Dechambeau waits on the 14th inexperienced Wednesday throughout a apply spherical previous to the beginning of the match. He’s favored to win. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Dustin Johnson watches his drive off the ninth tee throughout a apply spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Adam Scott hits off the fourth tee throughout a apply spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods hits off the third tee. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Dechambeau (R) hits as caddie Tim Tucker watches throughout a apply spherical. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Xander Schauffele (R) and his caddie Austin Kaiser putt on the 17th inexperienced throughout a apply spherical on Tuesday. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Rory McIlroy waits to putt throughout a apply spherical previous to the beginning of the match. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Phil Mickelson (L) and McIlroy putt collectively. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Bubba Watson waits to hit on the third fairway. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Kevin Na walks on the primary fairway. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Schauffele traces up a putt on the 17th inexperienced. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Brooks Koepka hits off the 18th tee. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Mickelson is framed by fall foliage as he walks on the 13th inexperienced throughout a apply spherical on Monday. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Woods hits off the 16th tee. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Patrons had been usually are not allowed into this 12 months’s Masters, which has a later than traditional begin date, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

A employee walks previous the principle scoreboard. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

A member of the grounds crew waters grass. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Fred Ridley (L), chairman of Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership, waves as Lee Elder, the primary Black man to compete within the Masters Event, is congratulated after it was introduced that Augusta Nationwide will set up scholarships in his identify. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

Augusta Nationwide introduced the creation of the Lee Elder Scholarships at Paine School, a Traditionally Black School and College, awarded to a female and male student-athlete on the faculty’s golf staff. Picture by Kevin Dietsch/Meslop | License Picture

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