Live soccer: Akron at IU

10 comments by   |   Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 1:57 pm EDT

The Hoosiers and Zips are set to kick it off at 2:05. Feel free to follow along and chat here while you watch the game on the Big Ten Network. The IU lineup is expected to remain the same with the exception of Neil Wilmarth replacing Darren Yeagle at forward.

Something to look for is IU’s Ofori Sarkodie and Akron’s Kofi Sarkodie going head-to-head. Both are defenders, so restarts and corners would be when they’re most likely to collide.

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30:00, first half

Indiana definitely has come out more aggressive than on Friday night, but the Hoosiers must be careful. The Zips have some dangerous attackers — Steve Zakuani has already had a couple of good looks at the goal.

19:29, first half

At the TV timeout, the game has shifted in Akron’s favor as the Hoosiers struggled to clear the ball on multiple corners and throws. We’ll see what adjustments they can make. Kevin Noschang and Andy Adlard on for the Hoosiers.

5:45, first half

Kevin Alston has put himself in the attack more as IU has posed some more serious threats, but still nothing to show. Brian Ackley has also gotten his first action of the season up front with Noschang.

End of first half

Noschang has added a little danger to the IU attack but the Hoosiers have struggled to put together a dangerous combination so far. Indiana has outshot Akron, 6-4, but the Zips have five corner kicks to the Hoosiers’ one. We’ll see what happens in the second half. Indiana 0, Akron 0

Halftime

Among the celebrity sightings at today’s game, former Hoosier Danny O’Rourke — now of the MLS’ Columbus Crew — is here and you might see or have seen him on the BTN doing a halftime interview.

As for the game, it will be interesting to see how the Coach Freitag plays it. Alston and Sarkodie have done a solid job with the big, fast Akron forwards on defense. But will Noschang and Ackley get more time up front or will he come back with Bruin and Wilmarth?

45:00, second half

Hoosiers go with Noschang and Wilmarth up front to start the half. Lee Hagedorn is also in at midfield. Indiana 0, Akron 0

30:00, second half

Both teams still looking to spring that one big play that could be the difference. Bruin is back in for Noschang, who was not a factor this half. Indiana 0, Akron 0

20:16, second half

Television timeout again. Indiana has been steadily improving its attack with Bruin and Hagedorn in the middle of many of the forays. Hoosiers remain wary of the Zips’ counterattack, but IU could be poised for another late score. Bonus soccer update: IU women tied with No. 13 Texas A&M 1-1 at the half. Indiana 0, Akron 0

13:00, second half

Wilmarth is out and Noschang back in as the Hoosiers look to break the tie. IU has had several near-misses in the last few minutes and remain on the attack now. Indiana 0, Akron 0

End of second half

We’ve played 90 minutes of soccer and not yet established a winner. So we’ll try another 10 minutes of sudden death overtime to decide this one. Hoosiers seemed the fresher team down the stretch, but failed to connect with some passes when the opportunity arose. Indiana 0, Akron 0

End of first overtime

Hoosiers have had the better chances in OT, but the goal remains elusive. We’ll go 10 more minutes before they will settle for the tie. Indiana 0, Akron 0

End of second overtime

This may come as a shock to some of you, but we have a scoreless tie. Indiana 0, Akron 0

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10 comments:
#1
Janice Rickert
Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 2:08 PM EDT

Hey Jeremy, looks like a great day for soccer. Thanks for giving us a live feed!

 
#2
Janice Rickert
Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 2:09 PM EDT

Hey Jeremy, looks like great weather for soccer. Thanks for giving us a live feed from the game!

 
#3 Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 2:19 PM EDT

It is a great day for soccer, but I don’t know how thrilled the BTN guys are about sitting in the sun for the broadcast!

 
#4
Janice Rickert
Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 2:29 PM EDT

Give ‘em some sunscreen, if it won’t mess up their TV makeup!

 
#5 Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 5:42 PM EDT

Jermy- I know its early in the season,but didn’t I U have trible scoring last year?

 
#6 Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 7:23 PM EDT

Hey Boom,
IU did have some trouble scoring last season, and Coach Freitag even said goal scoring was his biggest concern coming into the season. It’s hard to say if it will be a problem just yet, but keep on eye on the next couple of weeks.

 
#7 Sunday, August 31, 2008 - 11:20 PM EDT

Jeremy, Thank you. It looks like I had better proof read, Ireally know better than that.

 
#8 Monday, September 1, 2008 - 11:18 AM EDT

And this is why soccer is boring and will never be any more popular than a 2nd or 3rd rung sport.

 
#10 Tuesday, March 9, 2010 - 3:11 AM EDT

The furthest distance in the world Is not between life and death metin2 yangmetin2 yangBut when I stand in front of you Yet you don’t know that I love you The furthest distance in the worldmetin2 yangmetin2 yang Is not when I stand in front of you Yet you can’t see my love But when undoubtedly knowing the love from both Yet cannot be together metin2 yangmetin2 yangThe furthest distance in the worldIs not being apart while being in loveBut metin2 yangmetin2 yang when painly cannot resist the yearningYet pretending you have never been in my heartmetin2 yangmetin2 yangThe furthest distance in the worldIs not when painly cannot resist the yearningmetin2 yangmetin2 yangmetin2 yangyet pretending you have never been in my heartbut using one’s indifferent heartTo dig an uncrossable riverFor the one who loves you

 


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