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Soccer Saturday

Greg Rakestraw is joined by Indy Eleven head coach Tim Hankinson, midfielder Daniel Keller, the newest member of the Eleven in midfielder Craig Henderson, as well as the Director of Public Relations in John Koluder.
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw spoke with Indy Eleven assistant coach Tim Regan, the Interim NASL commissioner Rishi Seagal, and Indy Eleven veteran goalkeeper Jon Busch.
Greg Rakestraw chats with Indy Eleven President Jeff Belskus regarding this week's news of the team looking to join MLS. Later on, Rake speaks with ESPN.com's Jeff Carlisle on the list of candidates looking to join the league besides Indy Eleven, and new Eleven-signee in Kwame...
Greg Rakestraw chats with Indy Eleven head coach Tim Hankinson, one of two remaining players from the original Indy Eleven squad in Brad Ring, the newest member of the Indy Eleven in Ben Speas, and the new head coach at Marian University in Ernie Yarborough.
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw chats with Indy Eleven defender Marco Franco, as well as former Indy Eleven players in Dylan Mares and Kristian Nicht. Greg is then joined by UIndy associate head coach Shaun Mahoney and head coach John Higgins.
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw speaks with Indy Eleven president Jeff Belskus as well as Indy Eleven head coach Tim Hankinson. Later on, Greg is joined by forward Justin Braun, and then concludes today's show speaking with NBCSN's Rebecca Lowe.
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw chats with PR Director John Koluder and former Team President Peter Wilt regarding today's news of the Indy Eleven remaining in the NASL. Greg then chats with soccer writer Brian Straus of SI.com regarding the NASL maintaining Division II status...
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw chats with Indy Eleven President Jeff Belskus, Joe Prince-Wright of NBCSports.com, former MLS goalkeeper Garth Lagerwey, and Indy Eleven television analyst Brad Hauter.
On today's show, Greg Rakestraw chats with Indy Eleven head coach Tim Hankinson, the retiring Greg Janicki, as well as former US Soccer player Stuart Holden.