And in The Times, as well as Logan's negativity, is this tripe in the Review section:
"Naturally it is the members of Team GB, both Olympians and Paralympians, who dominate. The golfer Rory McIlroy is the only non-Olympian on the shortlist, unless you count Andy Murray - although he did win an Olympic gold medal, his nomination is mainly for becoming the first Brit since Fred Perry to win a Grand Slam."
Think Andy will be doing well if he gets in the top 3, with such ridiculous comments in the media.
how insulting to suggest that Andy is a non-Olympian. Is his gold medal less gold somehow? Or his silver less silver? And Wiggins isn't nominated because of the Olympics.
And as for Gaby Logan's snide comment, well best to be treated with the contempt it deserves.
It is interesting though that despite the bookies and despite these kinds of comments, the only two actual polls I've seen - Guardian and Radio Times -have had Andy come 2nd and a good 2nd in case of Radio Times. I'd have thought those voting on RT website would be quite a cross section of those voting in the real thing tomorrow. So don't let's give up hope yet for 2nd or 3rd place.