Eric Perkins: KARE at the Olympics

KARE-TV Sports Director Eric Perkins, who also delivers six sports broadcasts to the BringMeTheNews.com radio family every day, is busy in London. Here's a collection of his best video blogs and columns from the 2012 Olympics.
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