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Former Rams coach Mike Martz is set to be in the analyst role for the telecast of the team’s game Sunday at Tampa Bay, the third time Fox has assigned him to a St. Louis game this season — his first with the network. He’ll again work with play-by-play broadcaster Ron Pitts, and Kristina Pink will serve as sideline reporter.

Kickoff is set for noon Sunday on KTVI (Channel 2). The telecast is going to just 4 percent of the nation, the smallest audience of the six games Fox has this weekend.

It is blacked out in Tampa because of low ticket sales. Fort Myers, Fla., is the only major market other than St. Louis set to receive the production.

The New York Giants-Baltimore Ravens contest is Fox’s main game Sunday (83 percent of the country). That is at 3:25 p.m., but Fox sends its other late afternoon game, Chicago-Arizona, to the St. Louis market.

ESPN2 has this year’s edition of the Missouri-Illinois Braggin’ Rights basketball game from Scottrade Center, with Dave Flemming (play-by-play) and Jimmy Dykes (analysis) calling the action. Tip-off is set for shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday.

Dan Caesar