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Why is coverage lacking for FIFA Women’s World Cup?

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While the U.S. team hasn't won the Women’s World Cup since 1999, there are many who think this could be our year. But why haven't we seen nearly as much coverage this year as we did last year when the men were taking the field? Yahoo sports columnist Owen O'Callaghan and Glenn Crooks, former coach for the Rutgers University women's soccer team, join with explanations.