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Volleyball Playoffs Plus Week 11 Football Preview In Today’s Sports Update

Area round playoffs tonight. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

In Bells, the Prairiland Lady Patriots will try to advance to the Regional quarterfinal as they play Callisburg in the playoffs’ area round. That game starts at 6:30 pm.

This Friday night, the regular season ends in football, and we have a good game for you on 101.9 KBUS. The No. 1 team in 4A Division 1, the Argyle Eagles, will be in town to play the No. 8 ranked Paris Wildcats. Pregame with Steven Johnston and Robert High begins at 7:00 pm.

Over in Mix 107.7, the North Lamar Panthers hope to play spoiler as they travel to Longview to play Spring Hill. Pregame with Adam Routon and myself begins at 7:00 pm with a 7:30 kickoff.

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Paris Daingerfield
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Spring Hill Prairiland
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Hughes Springs Cooper
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Howe Commerce
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The NFL’s competition committee expects to submit a proposal for a 16-team playoff field in the event games are lost during the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports, citing league sources. They expect to present a resolution to team owners shortly. A 16-team field would consist of the four division winners and four wild-card teams from each conference.

The NBA and National Basketball Players Association have continued to discuss a likely postseason play-in tournament for 2020-21 that would potentially provide the league with another revenue stream; sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe. In the reportedly proposed format, the final two playoff berths in each conference would be up for grabs. The seventh- and eighth-placed teams would compete first to determine who will proceed to the playoffs as the true No. 7 seed. The loser would then face the winner of a matchup between the ninth- and 10th-placed sides, with the eventual victor emerging as the true 8-seed.