The Michigan State Spartans are serious national title contenders. Find out all you need to know about them to fill out your winning bracket.
Doug McIntyre takes a look at John Anthony Brooks, one of the top prospcets for the U.S. national team. With a chance to play for Germany as well, will he choose the U.S.?
Doug McIntyre examines rising U.S. and AZ Alkmaar striker Jozy Altidore, outlining six potential European clubs that could be in the mix for the in-form forward's services this summer, including England's Fulham and Germany's Hannover 96.
Doug McIntyre looks at which American players are helping or hurting their national team stock with their current club play.
Albert Larcada of ESPN Stats & Information examines how Italy can beat Germany in Thursday's Euro 2012 semifinal.
It's not likely that the Greeks can beat Germany, but Alexi Lalas lays out a game plan for Greece to win the match.
Brent Latham talks to striker Tony Taylor, who is part of a new breed of American players working their way up through the European ranks.
Brent Latham interviews U.S. Soccer U-20 coach Tab Ramos about the November camp and the challenges that lie ahead for him as a coach.
In the first installment of Insider's 2012 Olympic lineup projection, Brent Latham explains how Freddy Adu, Juan Agudelo and Brek Shea fit into the U.S. picture.
The U.S. has always had trouble scoring goals, but an impressive group of young forwards is hoping to change that.
Brent Latham analyzes the importance of the upcoming U-20 and Olympic camp in Germany.
Luke Cyphers and Doug McIntyre explain why the U.S. national team is seeing an influx of young German-born players.
With qualifying starting up again this weekend, Voros McCracken projects the field for Euro 2012. Spain, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands are virtual locks. After that, it gets interesting.
Chad Millman writes about the man who may have bet his life in Vegas this week.
Brent Latham examines how Bundesliga teams' youth rosters are suddenly brimming with Americans and analyzes some of the top prospects who could help the U.S. team.
Despite their loss in the U-17 World Cup, Brent Latham says there's no reason to panic, as development remains the ultimate goal for these young players.