I have a free moment before I leave for home. Let’s give you some linkage.
I’ve been meaning to link to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch who’s been doing an Olympics daily preview of what you’ll see on NBC. Richard writes what’s in store for us when we turn on our TV’s this evening.
Tom Hoffarth from the Los Angeles Daily News says he has already reached Olympic burnout.
The Sports Media Watch has the numbers for last night’s Olympic coverage which went down slightly from Tuesday. Those numbers will go up tonight as Michael Phelps swims for a 6th gold medal and the women’s gymnastics all-around are scheduled for primetime.
Awful Announcing says scratch those rumors about NBC going live with the Olympics in all time zones this Saturday.
Ken McMillan of the Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record says Fox will put the NFL up against the Olympics tonight and Friday.
Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune reports that the AHL’s Chicago Wolves have found a new announcer to replace Pat Foley who returned to the Blackhawks.
CBC has unveiled its Hockey Night in Canada schedule.
Back to the Sports Media Watch, the blog has the number of national appearances for each NHL team.
Deadspin has an interview with the bombastic Sean Salisbury.
That will do it for now. I might be back with one more post tonight.