With a year to go before the Summer Olympics in Beijing kick off, NBC Universal has unveiled its plan to deliver 3,600 hours of coverage, including 1,210 hours on NBC and its cable entities, with the rest being streamed on the Internet. This nets out to a good 200 hours a day for each of the games' 17 days. You can typically pencil me in for about two and a half hours total.

In other sports headlines, Hall of Fame tennis broadcast Bud Collins will report from the U.S. Open for ESPN's SportsCenter, ESPNews and ESPN Radio, says TV Week. Collins had served up coverage for NBC since 1972.