Hartnett: Stopping Messi, Argentina Will Be Mission Impossible For U.S.The United States faces a monumental task on Tuesday in the Copa America semifinals against powerhouse Argentina.
Hartnett: U.S. Delivered A Performance That Gives Reason To BelieveThursday's effort was the kind of full-blooded performance every American soccer fan should be proud of. The match was about substance over panache.
Klinsmann: No More Talk Of U.S. As Underdogs -- Time To 'Go For It'Jurgen Klinsmann wants a transformed mentality when the United States opens the knockout phase of the Copa America against Ecuador on Thursday.
Hartnett: U.S. Was Great, But Klinsmann's Decisions Served Mostly HimselfAfter a slow first eight minutes, the U.S. dictated the play, forcing turnovers and attacking in numbers. Tuesday's win tied for the second largest margin of victory in Copa America history.
Hartnett: Klinsmann's Hot Seat On The Verge Of Becoming FlammableFor the United States to stay alive at Copa America, it must earn a victory on Tuesday night against Costa Rica.
Crooks: It's High Time An American Coach The U.S. Men's National TeamBy American standards -- really by any current principles in professional sports across the globe -- Jurgen Klinsmann would be out as coach of the United States Men’s National Team.
Jamaica Shocks U.S. In Gold Cup SemifinalsThe United States had everything on its side. History. A raucous home crowd. And, supposedly, the better team. None of it prevented Jamaica from handing the Americans their biggest upset defeat.
Jamaica Relishes Underdog Role Against 5-Time Champion U.S. In Gold Cup SemifinalsForward Michael Seaton says Jamaica advanced to the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals for the first time in 17 years because the Reggae Boyz enjoyed surprising the doubters.
Klinsmann Shakes Up U.S. Roster In Advance Of Gold Cup QuarterfinalsThe coach chose to add DaMarcus Beasley, Joe Corona and Alan Gordon for the knockout rounds, which begin with the quarterfinals Saturday in Baltimore.
Bradley Set To Make 100th Appearance As U.S. Opens Gold Cup Against HondurasGoals have always been secondary for the son of former U.S. coach Bob Bradley and nephew of retired big league catcher Scott Bradley.
Crooks: One Of Best Weeks In American Soccer History Tempered By Troubling U.S. WomenIn its Women's World Cup opener, the U.S. team was fortunate to string together three or four passes.
How About This For An Encore? U.S. Men Stun World Cup Champion GermanyBobby Wood scored a late goal for the second time in six days as the United States defeated world power Germany, 2-1 on Wednesday.
Late Rally Lifts U.S. Men's National Team To Stunning Win Over The NetherlandsDanny Williams scored in the 89th minute and Bobby Wood in the 90th, capping a comeback from a two-goal second-half deficit and giving the United States a 4-3 win over the Netherlands on Friday night.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Mason Plumlee Has No Business Going To SpainWith his work ethic, he will continue to improve on his shooting range and ball handling, making him even more valuable to Brooklyn. He’s just not ready yet for this grand stage.
U.S. Men's National Team Trims Roster To 16; Mason Plumlee Makes CutThe U.S. men's national team trimmed its roster to 16 players Tuesday by cutting Washington's John Wall and Bradley Beal, and Atlanta's Paul Millsap.