Former U.S. team player Ty Keough, a color commentator in this World Cup, told the Los Angeles Times that goalie Tony Meola - one of three former University of Virginia players on the U.S. roster - will be important.
NHL. Atlanta Braves die-hards notwithstanding, The Score (WGH-AM 1310) made a wise move by airing NHL Radio's coverage of the Stanley Cup finals' last two games. Having ESPN is a must for hockey fans, but radio coverage of Games 6 and 7 gave fans more options than just plopping in front of a cable TV.
The network will have more than 36 hours of live coverage, five hours of tape-delayed coverage and nine hours of highlights. HBO's crew will be composed of hosts Jim Lampley and Andrea Joyce, analysts Billie Jean King, John Lloyd and Barry MacKay, and feature reporters Larry Merchant and Cris Collinsworth. This is Lampley's seventh year at Wimbledon for HBO, King's 11th.