Fearing a USMNT that tries and fails to pass teams off the park and forgetting what's made them a dangerous underdog in the past? Fear no more.
During his USMNT career, there's been no match too small for Tim Howard to show up and give his all.
Some may not appreciate Jurgen Klinsmann's pursuit of dual-nationals, but it gives the roster a quintessentially American vibe.
Beat Ghana, draw one of Germany or Portugal. Right? Well, maybe there's a different path.
The U.S. national team's biggest problem is a familiar one.
The greatest American soccer player ever isn't going to the World Cup, and it's because he didn't earn his place.
The World Cup is for soccer fans, but for the U.S., it's also about turning people into soccer fans.
There was more to the U.S. squad than just Landon Donovan's exclusion. It's one of many controversial moves the manager made that ultimately make a lot of sense.
Feeling down about the US Men's National Team's draw for the 2014 World Cup? Spencer Hall finds reason for optimism and reminds you to ante up.
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