In our weekly programming rundown, we highlight the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across our network of sites. If you have Apple TV or Roku, you can watch all of these live events and documentaries on your TV at home. This week's slate of events is highlighted by the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships, which will be streamed live on FloTrack on Saturday, Nov. 19.
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NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | Terre Haute, IN
The nation's best collegiate runners will toe the line this weekend to vie for individual and team championship honors. Oregon senior Edward Cheserek is looking to become the first man in NCAA history to win four individual cross country national championships. If the Northern Arizona men win, they'll be the first men's team from outside the Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12, Big 10 and the Pac 12 to win in 35 years. The women's individual race is equally thrilling. In the most wide-open race in years, the University of Michigan's Erin Finn, New Mexico's Alice Wright, University of Notre Dame's Anna Rohrer, and Boise State University's Brenna Peloquin will vie for their first NCAA title.
Western Band Association Championships -- Saturday, Nov. 19-Sunday, Nov. 20 | Merced, CA and Clovis, CA
On Saturday, the best bands in the west will showcase their talent LIVE from two venues for the Class Championships. Classes 1A, 2A, and 3A, will host their championships at Merced College Don Odishoo Stadium, while Classes 4A and 5A will host their championships at Buchanan High School Veterans Stadium, in Clovis, California. On Sunday, the bands will converge in Clovis to crown the WBA Grand Champion.
New England Fights (NEF) 26 -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | Lewiston, ME
New England's premier mixed martial arts promotion returns to FloCombat this Saturday with NEF 26: Supremacy. At the top of the card, former teammates Ryan Sanders and Jon Lemke throw down to settle a longstanding and heated rivalry. After training together at former UFC veteran Marcus Davis' Team Irish in Bangor, Sanders and Lemke took different paths. Sanders left Team Irish for rival gym Young's MMA, while Lemke stayed put under Davis' tutelage. There's only one way to find out who will win once the cage door closes.
Fight To Win Pro 18 -- Friday, Nov. 18 | Denver, CO
Fight to Win Pro is returning to Denver for another sold out show. The epic main event features rising star John Combs vs. TLI standout DJ Jackson. Isiah Wright, Rossie Snow, Renato Canuto, Eliot Marshall, Bruno Bastos are all on the card.
ADCC North American Trials -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | Bayville, NJ
The road to ADCC begins this Saturday. The winners of this no-gi tournament will receive a chance to compete in the 2017 ADCC submission fighting world championships held in Helsinki, Finland. Garry Tonon, Gordon Ryan, Nathan Orchard and Masher Khera are among among those registered to compete.
IBJJF New York Pro -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | New York City, NY
The IBJJF Pro series is rolling into Manhattan this weekend, and some of the biggest names in the sport--including Gianni Grippo, Joao Miyao, and Mahamed Aly--are ready to compete for the chance to win $4,000.
U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam -- Friday, Nov. 18-Monday, Nov. 21 | St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Catch the country's top college programs tip off in paradise. Action in St. Thomas will begin with St. Joseph's and Loyola Chicago LIVE on Friday, Nov. 18 at 1:30pm ET and continue that night with Creighton vs. Washington State at 9:30pm ET. The eight NCAA Division I men's basketball teams participating in the 17th annual event include Creighton, Loyola University Chicago, North Carolina State, Oral Roberts, Ole Miss, Montana, St. Joseph's, and Washington State.
Roy Jones Jr., Knockout Night At The D -- Friday, Nov. 18 | Las Vegas, NV
Roy Jones Jr. brings a cast of some of the hottest up-and-coming prospects in the nation to FloBoxing LIVE on Friday, Nov. 18. Juan Sanchez, son of former title challenger Agapito Sanchez, leads the undercard in this one. U.S. viewers can catch all the undercard action live on FloBoxing then finish with the main card on CBS Sports. Outside the U.S., FloBoxing will stream the event in its entirety, including the NABA USA lightweight championship main event between Reynaldo "El Trampolin" Blanco and Demond "body Shot" Brock.
Daton Fix Signing Day -- Wednesday, Nov. 16 | Sand Springs, OK
The nation's top remaining recruit, Daton Fix, is set to make his decision. Who will land the No. 1 132-pounder in the country? Oklahoma State, Penn State, Ohio State, North Carolina, and Nebraska are all still in the running.
No. 6 Virginia Tech at No. 19 Northern Iowa -- Friday, Nov. 18 | Cedar Falls, IA
What a tough weekend for the Hokies. Kick your Friday night off the right way as Virginia Tech opens with a road trip inside hostile West Gym against a young and talented Northern Iowa squad.
125: No. 3 Joey Dance (VT) vs. Jay Schwarm/No. 2 Dylan Peters (UNI)
133: Dom Latona (VT) vs. No. 19 Josh Alber (UNI)
141: Dennis Gustafson (VT) vs. Jake Hodges (UNI)
149: No. 7 Solomon Chishko (VT) vs. No. 17 Max Thomsen (UNI)
157: Sal Mastriani (VT) vs. No. 16 Bryce Steiert (UNI)
165: Mike Ciavarro (VT) vs. Isaiah Patton (UNI)
174: No. 2 Zach Epperly (VT) vs. Taylor Lujan (UNI)
184: No. 10 Zack Zavatsky (VT) vs. Jacob Holschlag (UNI)
197: No. 3 Jared Haught (VT) vs. Drew Foster (UNI)
285: No. 3 Ty Walz (VT) vs. No. 19 JJ Everard (UNI)
Flo Kickoff Classic -- Friday, Nov. 18-Saturday, Nov. 19 | Tulsa, OK
The Flo Kickoff Classic sits just behind Tulsa Nationals (also a Roller Productions event) as the most competitive and prestigious tournament in youth wrestling. Winning the Kickoff Classic makes a wrestler eligible to capture the elusive Trinity Award -- the most sought-after and reputable prize in youth wrestling. Many of the greatest high school wrestlers of the past 15 years, including Bo Nickal, Chance Marsteller, and Aaron Pico, became All-Americans at the tournament.
Lindenwood Joe Parisi Open -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | St. Charles, MO
Expect to see some starters from Illinois, Chattanooga, Oklahoma, and all of the Iowa redshirts. Zane Richards, Zac Brunson, Brooks Black, Alex Marinelli, Matt Reed, Carter Happel, and Kaleb Young will headline the action.
No. 11 Lehigh at Edinboro -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | Edinboro, PA
For the second straight weekend, Edinboro hosts an in-state rival looking to pull an upset.
125: No. 5 Darian Cruz (Lehigh) vs. No. 17 Sean Russell (Edinboro)
133: No. 17 Scotty Parker (Lehigh) vs. Korbin Meyers (Edinboro)
141: No. 6 Randy Cruz (Lehigh) vs. Ozzy Lugo (Edinboro)
149: No. 13 Laike Gardner (Lehigh) vs. No. 11 Pat Lugo (Edinboro)
157: No. 19 Jordan Kutler (Lehigh) vs. Chase Delande (Edinboro)
165: Gordon Wolf (Lehigh) vs. No. 16 Austin Matthews (Edinboro)
174: No. 17 Ryan Preisch (Lehigh) vs. Ty Schoffstall (Edinboro)
184: Kyle Gentile (Lehigh) vs. Dakota Geer (Edinboro)
197: Ben Haas (Lehigh) vs. Dylan Reynolds (Edinboro)
285: No. 9 Doug Vollaro (Lehigh) vs. No. 17 Billy Miller (Edinboro)
Michigan State Open -- Sunday, Nov. 20 | East Lansing, MI
The Michigan State Open is one of the premier opens around the country, and this year is no different. Expect to see starters from Michigan State, Central Michigan, and possibly some other Big Ten schools.
Keystone Classic -- Sunday, Nov. 20 | Philadelphia, PA
Penn State leads the way this Sunday in the city of Brotherly Love. Get your first look at Nick Suriano, Jered Cortez, Zain Retherford, Jason Nolf, Bo Nickal, and the rest of the Nittany Lions. Northwestern, Pitt, Appalachian State, Harvard, and Eastern Michigan will all be in action as well.
No. 8 Nebraska at Wyoming -- Sunday, Nov. 20 | Laramie, WY
New Big 12 member Wyoming looks to pick up one of the biggest wins in program history as the Cowboys welcome Big Ten power Nebraska to Laramie.
125: No. 8 Tim Lambert (Nebraska) vs. Gunnar Woodburn (Wyoming)
133: No. 4 Eric Montoya (Nebraska) vs. No. 12 Drew Templeman (Wyoming)
141: No. 14 Colton McCrystal (Nebraska) vs. No. 4 Bryce Meredith (Wyoming)
149: Jordan Shearer (Nebraska) vs. Cole Mendenhall (Wyoming)
157: No. 8 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) vs. Archie Colgan (Wyoming)
165: No. 19 Dustin Williams (Nebraska) vs. Chaz Polson (Wyoming)
174: Micah Barnes (Nebraska) vs. Luke Paine (Wyoming)
184: No. 4 TJ Dudley (Nebraska) vs. Wesley Schultz (Wyoming)
197: No. 7 Aaron Studebaker (Nebraska) vs. Cody Vigoren (Wyoming)
285: No. 14 Collin Jensen (Nebraska) vs. Sam Eagen (Wyoming)
No. 6 Virginia Tech at No. 5 Missouri -- Sunday, Nov. 20 | Columbia, MO
The marquee dual of the early Division I season is live on FloWrestling this Sunday! Expect fireworks from four ranked matchups with an amazing atmosphere at Jesse Auditorium.
125: No. 3 Joey Dance (VT) vs. No. 7 Barlow McGhee (Mizzou)
133: Dom Latona (VT) vs. No. 11 Jaydin Eierman (Mizzou)
141: Dennis Gustafson (VT) vs. No. 5 Matt Manley (Mizzou)
149: No. 7 Solomon Chishko (VT) vs. No. 4 Lavion Mayes (Mizzou)
157: Sal Mastriani (VT) vs. No. 10 Joey Lavallee (Mizzou)
165: Mike Ciavarro (VT) vs. No. 3 Daniel Lewis (Mizzou)
174: No. 2 Zach Epperly (VT) vs. Dylan Wisman (Mizzou)
184: No. 10 Zack Zavatsky (VT) vs. No. 12 Willie Miklus (Mizzou)
197: No. 3 Jared Haught (VT) vs. No. 1 J'den Cox (Mizzou)
285: No. 3 Ty Walz (VT) vs. Austin Myers (Mizzou)
Wolfpack Open -- Sunday, Nov. 20 | Raleigh, NC
In another fire opener, you will see starters from North Carolina State, Duke, American, Wisconsin, and Gardner-Webb, to name a few. Don't miss your chance to watch Isaac Jordan, Kevin Jack, Pete Renda, Tyler Marinelli, Hayden Hidlay, Nick Reenan, and more.
PWX: X-16 Night 1 & 2 -- Saturday, Nov. 19-Sunday, Nov. 20 | Charlotte, NC
For two straight nights, PWX is bringing in some of the best indy pro wrestling stars from around the globe for its second annual X-16 Tournament. Wrestling stars like Zack Sabre Jr., Trevor Lee, Davey Richards, Matt Riddle and more will be all be competing in the 16-man tournament. The opening round begins on Saturday at 6 p.m. CDT with the final rounds taking place on Sunday, starting at 3 p.m. CDT.
ACW: Dangerous Intentions -- Saturday, Nov. 19 | Port Richey, FL
For its FloSlam debut, American Combat Wrestling put together one of the most stacked cards in history. The ACW Heavyweight, Cruiserweight and Tag Team Championships will all be put on the line. The main event pits heavyweight champ Sean Swag against long-time rival C.J. O'Doyle. The action begins 5:30 p.m. CDT.
Trinity Thomas: Beyond The Routine (Ep. 1)
Junior National Team Member Trinity Thomas has the complete package: raw talent, power, a positive attitude, and unparalleled work ethic. In this installment of Beyond the Routine, we take a look inside Trinity's life and training. Episode 1 reveals Trinity's path from an energetic child who flipped and tumbled around the house to a polished, stunning international elite gymnast.
Northern Arizona: The Program (Ep. 2)
It's coach Eric Heins' last year. Mike Smith is in as the coach-in-waiting. Futsum Zienasellassie redshirted in 2015, and he's back just for this moment. The 2016 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks only have one thing on their minds: win the school's first-ever national championship. "So, my legacy that I'd like to be able to leave is that, when Eric was here, his teams--they always showed up, they were always competitive when it mattered most, they brought a great sense of pride to the campus, and Northern Arizona University." -- Coach Eric Heins
Tennessee: It's Game Day -- Friday, Nov. 18
We're taking you on the sidelines with the University of Tennessee Spirit Squads as they play the University of Alabama. The friendly rivalry runs deeps, and so does the tradition and spirit of the Volunteers. You'll see game day like you've never seen it before as we follow them through appearances, practices, the parade and game-time festivities. Watch the "Tennessee: It's Game Day" Trailer.
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