Would watch it only for the fact that a) I dont have the station that shows it and b) Most of the games are on too late.
followed a bit, best part is Mexico (bunch of cheaters) getting whooped. Actually my big concern this summer with soccer has been following the development of the young Americans. Not the GOld Cup guys (though I am proud of Lichaj) but guys like Josh Gatt playing for FK Molde, and Josh Gyau, whose competing for first team action on a Bundesliga side.
As for Copa, Columbia was surprisingly dominant, while Brazil has surprisingly struggled (though it is a very young Brazil squad). Chile IMO is the best team right now in the tourny
Colombia only played one good team (a struggling Argentina) that is probably why they look "dominant", let's see how they do when they meet the tougher teams in the quarters. I agree with you in regards to Chile, they have been the most consistent team in the tournament so far and have played at a very high level. Brazil and Argentina are off to a slow start, they are still the favorites to win the tournament, let's see if they can get going.
as of right now though, if I am not mistaken, Brazil won't advance as things stand right now. It's a young team so I wouldn't be too worried about Brazil. Argentina should advance but their defense is still a bit of a problem.
I get Columbia hasn't played anybody good, but I have a soft spot for them because of A)Mario Yepes and B)A lot of their young players have really helped improve the quality of MLS
Pretty much cemented themselves as the best team in South America, considering they were the only South American team to get to the Semi-Finals of the WC last year.
If they can keep that team together for the next few years, they could seriously challenge for the World Cup in Brazil. Alot can happen in three years though.