Watch: The Jerry Yeagley documentary 'Worth the Wait'

The American soccer trailblazer Jerry Yeagley arrived at Indiana University in the 1960s to turn its club soccer team into an NCAA varsity program and won DI national titles in the 1980s, 1990s and finished with a Hollywood ending with the 2003 title in his last game at the helm. The documentary "Worth the Wait" game highlights include IU's first title win in the marathon overtime victory over Duke in 1983, and interviews include Caleb Porter, Don Rawson, John Rennie, Yeagley's son Todd, the current IU coach, and of course, the man himself.

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1 comment about "Watch: The Jerry Yeagley documentary 'Worth the Wait'".
  1. Jason Davis, May 14, 2020 at 5:12 p.m.

    As a former Hoosier (not player, just student and fan), this was an outstanding documentary.  You really get a feel for the love around that program and the support that the players (current and former) have for all the Yeagleys (including Mama Yeags).

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