The whole glycogen deal is vastly misunderstood by just about everyone in the paleo community from what I read. They are still stuck on the assumption that fructose has to be processed by the liver before it can be used or that once the liver is full fructose will be turned to fat. Its been shown in overfeeding studies that very little of the carbs become fat unless you overfeed massive amounts for days without physical activity. Its also been shown that sucrose behaves nearly identical to pure glucose(starch) in regards to glycogen muscle storage, it even seems to have some benefits over starch with lower insulin levels and faster uptake according to one study.
I doubt what ted said is true based on my personal observations but I don't really see anything in scholar on the subject. Lots of info on glycogen storage after exercise though.
"The pattern of muscle glycogen resynthesis following exercise-induced depletion is biphasic. Following the cessation of exercise and with adequate carbohydrate consumption, muscle glycogen is rapidly resynthesised to near pre-exercise levels within 24 hours. Muscle glycogen then increases very gradually to above-normal levels over the next few days. "
"When 0.35 (low glucose: N = 5), 0.70 (medium glucose: N = 5), or 1.40 (high glucose: N = 5) g.kg-1 body weight of glucose were given orally at 0, 2, and 4 h after exercise, the rates of glycogen synthesis were (mean +/- SE) 2.1 +/- 0.5, 5.8 +/- 1.0, and 5.7 +/- 0.9 mmol.kg-1.h-1, respectively. When 0.70 g.kg-1 body weight of sucrose (medium sucrose: N = 5), or fructose (medium fructose: N = 7) was ingested accordingly, the rates were 6.2 +/- 0.5 and 3.2 +/- 0.7 mmol.kg-1.h-1"