The game against Brazil was a chance to learn how the U.S. measures up with the world's best teams. On Thursday's evidence, the gap in class remains painfully obvious, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Facing a trio of quality opponents in the Confederations Cup, the U.S. gets a chance to see how it really measures up to the world's top teams, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Against Argentina, the U.S. held its own in the first half before wilting in the second, writes Jeff Carlisle.
On paper, the U.S. game against Argentina appears to be a serious mismatch, writes Jeff Carlisle.