Here's a recap of what happened overnight and a preview of the morning events.
WHILE YOU SLEPT
To put it simply: Jamie won and Bode lost.
South Lake Tahoe's Jamie Anderson won the snowboard slopestyle gold medal, while Bode Miller failed to medal in the men's downhill.
The 23-year-old Anderson posted a score of 95.25 on her second run to give the United States a sweep of the event. Upstart Sage Kotsenburg won the men's version a day earlier.
Upon seeing Anderson's winning run, Kotsenburg tweeted: "Just jumped out of my chair when @Jme_Anderson landed that run!!"
The only tweets for Miller were of the condolence variety.
The most decorated skier in American history had the fastest downhill training runs on Thursday and Saturday, but he hit a gate in the middle section of the main event and lost time.
Miller, who has won five Olympic medals, finished eighth.
ON TAP THIS MORNING: TEAM SKATE MEDAL ROUND
The team skate concludes with the free programs for men, women and ice dance in back-to-back-to-back fashion.
The action begins at 7 a.m. and will be televised live on NBCSN.
The United States needs a series of huge performances to claim the gold. The Americans are third with 34 points, behind Russia (47) and Canada (41).
on tap this morning ii: will mazdzer make history?
The men's luge singles conclude with the third run at 6:30 a.m., followed by the finals at approximately 8:30. (Both will be shown live on NBCSN.)
American Chris Mazdzer, the three-time national champion, is 13th entering the final day.
The U.S. has won four Olympic luge medals, all in doubles competition. Team USA is 0-79 in men's and women's singles.
for the night owls: the ladies hit the slopes
The first women's alpine event starts Sunday at 11 p.m. with the downhill portion of the Super Combined, followed (four hours later) by the slalom.
Lindsey Vonn is not competing because of injury and Julia Mancuso, the 2010 silver medalist, isn't considered a top contender.
The United States' best bet for a medal might be 18-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin, the team's youngest member and the reigning World Cup slalom champ.
Good luck finding a live telecast. NBC will show the event Monday (nearly 24 hours later) in its primetime package. But there's a way to watch in real time ...
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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.