- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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The World Cup run by the USMNT is over, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the performance by goalkeeper Tim Howard on Tuesday. His 16 saves were a World Cup record, and there’s now talk that he could be the greatest goalie in history. Personally, I think he would’ve made a great safety, but clearly he made the right choice with soccer.
Im proud to suit up w every one of these guys. It's a tremendous honor to represent this country & a ride I'll never forget. Thx for joining
— Tim Howard (@TimHowardGK) July 2, 2014
No, thank you Tim Howard. Now on to Wednesday’s lunch links.
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