Mariotti Show Replay: Friday, Feb. 7th

Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on February 7, 2014.

The Mariotti Show streams live M-F noon to 3 ET.

Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 7, 2014:
SOCHI OPENING CEREMONY
— Amid tense backdrop, Sochi celebrates
— Only four of five rings are light up
— U.S. team isn’t shown on arena TV
— Hard to juxtopose Olympic joy with serious issues

NBC TV COVERAGE
— Costas has pinkeye, looks like Peabody
— Little coverage Thursday night on serious issues
— Felt like a dry TV run, all skis and skating
— NBC cannot protect Sochi, IOC because of rights deal

 

Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 7, 2014:
ALLEGED TERRORISM ATTEMPT
— Airline passenger claims to have bomb
— Wanted Istanbul-bound flight diverted to Sochi
— Flight arrives in Turkey, passengers safe
— A man from Ukraine
— Be prepared for such disruptions next two weeks

SOCHI OPENING CEREMONY
— Putin’s Russia on display
— Trying to recalibrate our perceptions
— DIfficult when fear, suspicion in air

JAMEIS WINSTON
— Says he’s staying two more years
— Don’t hold your breath
— If he’s No. 1 pick in ’15, gone
— Nice sentiment, to stay in school

 

Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 7, 2014
SOCHI OPENING CEREMONY
— Tretiak, great Russian goalie, lights cauldron with Rodnina
— Sharapova involved in handoff
— Hockey so vital to new Russia, recalling Soviet Red Army in ’80
— When U.S. plays Russia, Miracle on Ice hype heavy
— FInishes without incident

HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
— Why do Bettman, owners want to get rid of Olympic showcase?
— Some of greatest Olympic drama ever
— Snider, Flyers owner, rips tournament
— NHL wants to be paid, IOC says no chance

TANKING IN NBA
— Jeff Van Gundy says East filled with tankers
— Anyone truly worth tanking for?
— Hard to project NBA plateaus for Wiggins, Parker
— Remember, fans paying big money for this

 

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