As part of its series of spring football specials, Fox Sports Oklahoma looks at Oklahoma at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The 30-minute show includes features on quarterback Landry Jones, wide receiver Kenny Stills and new defensive coordinator Mike Stoops, who returns to OU after a stint as Arizona's head coach. The program also includes an interview with coach Bob Stoops and highlights from the spring game.
The Oklahoma State special debuts at 5:30 p.m. May 21. It includes a feature on how the success of 2011 will translate into 2012, features on Brodrick Brown and Justin Gilbert, who are two of the best cornerbacks in the nation, an interview with coach Mike Gundy and spring game highlights.
— KSBI-52 has an intriguing game for the debut of its Friday night Texas Rangers telecasts. L.A. Angels starter C.J. Wilson, a former Ranger, meets Rangers rookie star Yu Darvish at 7 p.m. in Arlington, Texas. The rest of the Angels-Rangers series will get network coverage: noon Saturday on Fox (Matt Vasgersian, Eric Karros and Ken Rosenthal) and 7 p.m. Sunday on ESPN (Dan Shulman, Orel Hershiser, Terry Francona and reporter Buster Olney).
— The NBA playoffs on ESPN continue at 8 p.m. Friday with Game 6 of the Memphis Grizzlies-L.A. Clippers series (Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy and Doris Burke). ABC will have a doubleheader at noon Sunday with either Game 7 of the Clippers-Grizzlies series or the Clippers at San Antonio in Game 1 of the conference semifinals (Breen, Van Gundy and Burke). At 2:30 p.m., Miami will host Indiana in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinals series (Mike Tirico, Hubie Brown and Lisa Salters).
— Pairings for the NCAA Division I softball championship will be announced at 9 p.m. Sunday on ESPNU (Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza and Michele Smith).
— HBO will replay the Floyd Mayweather-Miguel Cotto junior middleweight title fight at 9:15 p.m. Saturday. Mayweather won in a unanimous decision.
— David Feherty interviews former President Bill Clinton on his hit Golf Channel show “Feherty” at 9 p.m. Monday.
— NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star Carl Edwards will move from the cockpit of his race car to the broadcast booth as he becomes an analyst for ESPN on two telecasts of NASCAR Nationwide Series races, including 5:30 p.m. Friday from Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.