OH, ATO: Must you? "For the second consecutive Olympics, the Pryce is right," Boldon said after Jamaica's Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce won sprinting gold. If there's a third time, leave that line at home.
MORE ADVICE: NBC should ditch the practice of interrupting long swimming races with commercials.
BLADE RUNNER: Track play-by-play man Tom Hammond rejected the theory that South African runner Oscar Pistorius' two artificial legs gave him an edge. "I have trouble saying a double amputee has an advantage in a race," Hammond said.
UPCOMING: Get up early Sunday. Roger Federer tries to strike gold in men's tennis against hometown favorite Andy Murray.
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