- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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The USMNT is back in action on Tuesday against Belgium. Winner moves on to the quarterfinals. Loser goes home. Are you ready? Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is ready.
— U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) July 1, 2014
Watch the game here: United States vs Belgium, 4 p.m. ET
In the meantime, get your American football fix in with Tuesday’s SEC lunch links.
In a rare radio interview, Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart ranked the four best players he has coached and the three toughest opponents he’s had to coach against.
Auburn’s two most memorable plays in 2013, the Kick Six and the Prayer in Jordan-Hare, advanced to the quarterfinals in the ESPY voting.
Kentucky has expanded its recruiting reach to the nation’s capital after landing two commitments from Washington D.C., this past weekend.
Will we see LSU-Miami at Cowboys Stadium in 2018? Not yet. A report surfaced again about a possible matchup, but it was shut down by LSU’s associate AD.
The Clarion Ledger began its countdown of the 25 most important Bulldogs on Monday, and kicking it off at No. 25 is punter Devon Bell.
Missouri has updated the football roster on the school’s website to include the 2014 signees, numbers and all.
The State brought you Steve Spurrier’s top 10 wins with South Carolina on Monday. How about his top 10 losses with the Gamecocks?
Tennessee hasn’t been to a bowl game since 2010. Here are five reasons why the Volunteers might go bowling in 2014.
Texas vs Texas A&M: Who wins the realignment scorecard? It has been more than two years since the Aggies moved to the SEC, but do the Longhorns still have the edge?
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