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(00:00-07:38) – Greg Rakestraw is back with another edition of Soccer Saturday and opens the show by recapping the Indy Eleven’s latest match in Louisville against rival Lou City FC, the status of the United States within the World Cup, and previews the conversations he will have with today’s guests.

(10:41-20:30) – Head Coach Mark Lowry of the Indy Eleven makes his weekly appearance on Soccer Saturday to give his thoughts on how the draw against Louisville City FC felt like a win, how incredible the fan base was last weekend in Louisville to help give the team a lift, and the transition that Nicky Law has made from the previous coaching staff’s to him.

(23:31-37:29) – Lead analyst for the USL in Devon Kerr is back on Soccer Saturday with Greg Rakestraw to detail the improvements that the Indy Eleven made between their first match of the season to last week’s match, the coaching difference between the eastern and western conference in the USL that Coach Lowry is adjusting towards, and which team has impressed him the most in the first three weeks of the season.

(40:31-49:34) – Vice President of Marketing and Strategy with the Indy Eleven in Josh Mason to explain what they have learned over the course of the past couple seasons from a gameday experience, identify some experience changes that the club has made with the home opener being tonight, and some of the unique festivities that will take place tonight at the Mic!

(52:35-56:58) – Rake closes out today’s show by giving a shout out to former men’s soccer coach at his alma mater, the University of Indianapolis, in John Higgins for being hired as the men’s soccer coach at Xavier University, highlights some of the matches to come with World Cup implications, and then goes through the pairings for the World Cup.

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