Boston Sports TV Schedule, Oct. 25: World Series Game 2, NFL headline Thursday night

Major League Baseball:

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World Series Game 2, San Francisco Giants vs. Detroit Tigers - 7:30 p.m. (Fox, 850 AM): The San Francisco Giants dismantled the Detroit Tigers in Game 1, 8-3 thanks to three home runs by Pablo Sandoval. The Tigers hope to even the series out by sending pitcher Doug Fister to the hill against Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner.

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National Football League:

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Minnesota Vikings - 8 p.m. (NFL Network, 93.7 FM): The Vikings come into this game a half-game behind the Chicago Bears for the NFC North Division lead. Running back Adrian Peterson has run for 652 yards and three touchdowns this season. Although the Buccaneers have the third best rushing defense in the NFL, they have lost nine games in a row on the road.

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College Football:

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Clemson Tigers vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons - 7:30 p.m. (ESPN): The Tigers are only a half game behind the Florida St. Seminoles for first place in the ACC Atlantic Division. Their offense ranks in the top 40 in both rushing and in passing so they should match up well with the Demon Deacons.

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For more information on sports on TV for Thursday night, check out Boston.com.

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