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SBD/July 2, 2014/Media
U.S.' World Cup Exit Gets Heavy Media Coverage Among Morning Shows, Newspapers
Published July 2, 2014
STOP THE PRESSES: The Belgium-U.S. match was the main story of many newspaper front pages this morning. Here is a sampling of how the game played out in the print pages.
Akron Beacon Journal: “Heartbreaker”
Arizona Republic: “U.S. Out, But Is Soccer Now In?"
Chicago Tribune: “Extra Agony”
El Paso Times: “Yanked Out”
Fresno Bee: “Hard-Fought Loss”
Indianapolis Star: “Red, White And Blue, Blue, Blue”
K.C. Star: “A Cup Of Anguish”
Miami Herald: “Heartbreaking Loss Ends U.S. Run”
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “There’s Always 2018”
San Jose Mercury News: “A Crushing Collapse”
USA Today: “USA's Dream Fizzles”
Washington Post: “Heartbreak, And A Loss”