New Podcast: World Cup Wrap-up

During the World Cup, we have a new podcast that is replacing the Holtecast.

During the World Cup, we have decided to replace the weekly Holtecast with World Cup Wrap-up, Jack's new show. The show is live from 8-9 a Central Time every day during the competition on KRNU2, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's radio station and is available to be streamed online at krnu.unl.edu. We wanted to make the announcement to our current subscribers on Blog Talk Radio, Stitcher, and iTunes that the Holtecast will resume after the World Cup, and that Robert and I will also have more Transfer Talk videos as they become appropriate.

Today's show I reviewed yesterday's matches; specifically the thrashing the Netherlands gave Spain (5-1), talk Mexico 1-0 Cameroon, and Chile 3-1 Australia. Also, I preview Saturday's games: Colombia vs. Greece, Uruguay vs. Costa Rica, England vs. Italy, and Japan vs. Côte d'Ivorie.

Be sure to like the show on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, and you can subscribe of course on Blog Talk Radio, Stitcher, and iTunes.

Also be sure to keep checking out the site as we have open threads for the matches as well as other World Cup news!

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