Big expectations as U.S. meets Ghana in World Cup
RUSTENBURG, South Africa (AP) -- For other countries, a second-round World Cup match is a big step. For the United States, Saturday's game against Ghana is so much more.
The television audience back home could top the U.S. national team record of 13.7 million, set during the 1994 World Cup loss to Brazil.
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