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Bruin Broadcasters in Beijing

Coaches and athletes aren't the only Bruins in the Beijing Olympics. A handful are analyzing the games.

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Published Aug 20, 2008 2:09 PM


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Adam Rose's Los Angeles Times' sports blog on all things UCLA finds that some of the Bruins getting the most camera time at the Olympics are the broadcasters. He has the low-down on alumni Ato Bolden, Tim Daggett, Karch Kiraly, Ann Meyers and Dwight Stones at his blog, What's Bruin:

"The New York Times had an interesting article this week about what happens to athletes after their Olympic days are over. But for certain Bruins, the Olympics remain a part of their professional lives. We're not just talking about coaches and behind-the-scenes personnel. In fact, some UCLA alums might get more camera time than the current athletes. UCLA has an impressive contingent of Olympic broadcasters helping cover the Beijing games."

Read the rest at What's Bruin.

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