John McGrath

July 2, 2014 12:00 AM

John McGrath: Oh, the heartbreak! U.S. stumbles at World Cup

The U.S. national soccer team played its most important game in, well, maybe forever Tuesday afternoon. Other American teams have advanced farther in the World Cup, but none captivated longtime skeptical, first-time viewers the way this team did.

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