Here's a recap of what happened overnight and a preview of the morning events.
WHILE YOU SLEPT
Plenty of overnight action.
Julia Mancuso bolstered her reputation as a big-race skier of the first order, winning the bronze in the Super Combined to give the United States its first Alpine medal at the Sochi Games.
Mancuso led after the downhill portion but was overtaken in the slalom.
It was the fourth Olympic medal for Mancuso, who's from Squaw Valley.
Meanwhile, J.R. Celski finished fourth in the short track 1,500 meters. The Monterey native won the bronze in Vancouver in 2010.
And to the surprise of no one, the U.S. women dominated Switzerland in hockey, scoring five goals in six minutes on their way to a 9-0 victory.
ON TAP THIS MORNING I: PANTS! PANTS! PANTS!
It's all about the outfits at 7 a.m. when the Unites States men face Norway, the Oregon football team of the curling world.
Okay, it's also about the curling: Norway is a medal contender.
NBC thinks enough of this match to hold it for a taped broadcast at 2 p.m. on CNBC.
ON TAP THIS MORNING II: SPEED SKATING
The medal round of the men's 500 meters will start at approximately 7 a.m. and be shown live on NBCSN. South Korea's Mo Tae-Bum is the favorite.
The American contingent features Tucker Fredricks, a 500 meter specialist, Mitchell Whitmore and Shani Davis, a two-time gold medalist in the 1,000 meters.
ON TAP THIS MORNING III: more moguls success?
The U.S. has medaled in freestyle moguls in the past four Olympics. Team USA's best hope to keep the streak alive is Patrick Deenen, who crashed four years ago in Vancouver but currently ranks third in the world.
The event begins at 10 a.m. but will be held for NBC's primetime package. There is a way to watch it live, however:
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NBC and its family of networks will provide 1,539 hours of coverage, but the only place you can watch everything live is online.
The choice events (think: men's downhill this weekend) will only be shown on TV on a delayed basis as part of NBC's prepackaged primetime broadcast. The only way to have access to everything live is on your digital devices through the NBC Sports Live Extra app.
It's free to download, but you'll need to be a cable or satellite subscriber in order to log-in. For more information, go to: http://www.nbcolympics.com/liveextra/help.