There are a few tracks on the NASCAR Cup Series that simply stand apart from the rest.
The main card begins at 10 p.m. ET on pay-per-view and is headlined by two title fights.
UFC president Dana White was resolute in the fact that his organization would be the first major professional sports league in the United States and Canada to return from the coronavirus shutdown.
The two most important bowl games are in the rearview mirror but there are still plenty of good postseason matchups this week as the calendar flips to 2020.
The NFL doesn't schedule a prime-time game in Week 17 because it wants to put the most important, drama-filled matchup in that slot.
The game starts at 2:30 p.m. ET, it's the Milwaukee Bucks at Philadelphia 76ers and 5 p.m. ET, the Houston Rockets visit the Golden State Warriors.
There is one major live event this year, however, and it's the Hawaii Bowl featuring the host Warriors of the Mountain West Conference.
The College Football Playoff semifinals this season are a bit earlier than usual, on December 28, and will be held at the Peach Bowl in Atlanta and the Fiesta Bowl outside Phoenix.
This Saturday to kick off Week 16 the league offers up three games ahead of every team playing on Sunday in Week 17.
Live American sporting events generally take place between noon and 10:30 p.m. ET, at least via start times.
The Cowboys host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in a rematch of a Divisional Round playoff game. This time, the Rams are -2.