It's a little over 24 before until the Wizards get their first taste of the road in Seattle. Here are a couple of links, some news and a few notes to get you through the rest of the afternoon.
Watch it by yourself
The game will be televised live at 2 p.m. on KCWE in Kansas City. Unlike last year, announcers Dave Borchardt and Sasha Victorine will be live at the game. Hooray not calling the game from a monitor in Kansas City.Here's the details on where to find KCWE if you don't know how to use your remote control.
Standard Definition Signal. Over the Air: 29 Time Warner Cable: 7 Comcast Cable MO: 2 Comcast Cable KS: 13 Sure West (formerly Everest) cable: 16 Sunflower Broadband: 17 Dish Network: Channel 29 Direct TV: Channel 29 AT&T: 29 Charter Cablevision: Warrensburg or Sedalia: 2High Definition Signal. Over the Air: D29-01 Time Warner Cable: 1431 Comcast Cable MO: 236 Comcast Cable KS: 236 Sure West (formerly Everest) cable: 615 Sunflower Broadband: 206
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Watch it with some company
If drinking some brew and cheering the Wizards with like minded individuals is your bag, then a watch party is probably in your future. The Hillcrest Syndicate and the Wizards are holding a party at the Fox and Hound in Overland Park.See the map
Former MLS player Jared Montz had Wizards defender Michael Harrington on his podcast this week.
Tomorrow's refereeJair Marrufo
is the referee (haven't verified this yet, the MLS is late with the pre-game cards. You're shocked, I know). Marrufo got himself in a bit of hot water, as he's the ref that allegedly accepted Cauauhtemoc Blanco's jersey last year.
• The official MLS preview. [MLS
]• Goal's two-headed preview. One guy says 2-0 Seattle. The other says 2-0 Kansas City. [Goal
]• A look from the Seattle perspective. [Go Sounders
The Star's preview and my final thoughts will drop (that's what the kids still say right?) tomorrow morning. Viva la Wizards!