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Your Bay Area TV Sports Weekend featuring the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game

What can I tell you about this weekend that you don’t already know?
How about the Sharks' Saturday morning face-off in Tampa in which a win gives them a sweep for this brief East Coast road trip?
Or that there's a whole slate of Bay Area men’s college hoops on Saturday, including Cal and Stanford men hosting the Washington squads?
Or that the Warriors have a tip in the Big Easy that night?
Because we both know that all you care about are the NFL Conference Championships on Sunday, kicking off with the Patriots at the Broncos in a rematch of a classic Sunday night contest from Week 12.
That’s the appetizer to the main course: The 49ers in their third matchup with the Seahawks this season. You know the drill: They’ve each won one, so this is best of three, winner takes all, loser goes home.

The 49ers face the Seahawks for the third time this season, but this time a trip to the Super Bowl is on the line, Sunday at 3:30 p.m. on channel 2.
The 49ers face the Seahawks for the third time this season, but this time a trip to the Super Bowl is on the line, Sunday at 3:30 p.m. on channel 2.Brian Bahr/Getty Images

For the record:

San Jose Sharks
@ Lightning, Saturday at 11 a.m.: CSN California

College Basketball
Men: Washington St. @ Cal, Saturday at 1 p.m.: Pac-12 Network
Men: UOP @ St. Mary's, Saturday at 5 p.m.: TheW.tv
Men: BYU @ Santa Clara, Saturday at 7 p.m.: CSN California, TheW.tv
Men: San Diego @ USF, Saturday at 7 p.m.: TheW.tv
Men: Washington @ Stanford, Saturday at 8 p.m.: ESPNU, WatchESPN
Women: Gonzaga @ Santa Clara, Sunday at 2 p.m.: TheW.tv

Golden State Warriors
@ Pelicans, Saturday at 5 p.m.: CSN Bay Area

NFL Playoffs
AFC Championship: Patriots @ Broncos, Sunday at noon: KPIX 5, online
NFC Championship: 49ers @ Seahawks, Sunday at 3:30 p.m.: KTVU 2
Somehow we all knew it would come to this.

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