I thought FSW did a nice job with that Open Cup match Wednesday evening. Max Bretos showed why one announcer, if it's the right announcer, can be preferred to two in televised soccer. I don't know if they used the same camera crew as Fox Sports Bay Area uses, I presume they did, but they seemed to do well with not zooming in too much a la ABC/ESPN. And they handle the problem with the wall on the near side of Spartan Stadium pretty well by using the handheld camera for action in the corner. One thing I wonder about, a couple of times Max mentioned that KC played that day in the CONCACAF event. I left work before that match was over and didn't know theoutcome, would it have been hard for Max to have the result and share it with viewers, just as they did with the Open Cup matches? I was thinking maybe FSW would want to show the return leg from KC (probably no competition for the bid, a match that would appeal to the English and Spanish-speaking audiences). When I arrived this morning and saw the 6-1 result, I must confess it goaded the conspiracy theorist in me (as to why he wouldn't share the result; hard to promote interest in the return leg if it's considered fait accompli). Not saying this is so, but it seems curious they wouldnt' report the result. As I say, otherwise I thought they did a solid job.