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  1. Six names to watch for 2011

    As the old guard begins to phase out, Graham Hays names six players that could be difference-makers for the U.S. women in 2011.

    Story | Conversation | October 01, 2007
  2. U.S. women no longer the team to beat

    After another World Cup disappointment, it's clear that the days of the U.S. women's national team being the team to beat are over, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | October 01, 2007
  3. Brazil overwhelms U.S. with its talent

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    Greg Ryan's decision to change goalkeepers overshadowed one simple fact. Brazil are a far better team than the U.S., writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2007
  4. Solo's future with the U.S. team undetermined

    After some pointed postgame criticism of Greg Ryan, Hope Solo's future with the U.S. team is unclear, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 27, 2007
  5. Lilly still contributing despite lack of goals

    The goals have yet to flow as expected for Kristine Lilly in this World Cup, but the U.S. isn't concerned, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 26, 2007
  6. Ryan makes the biggest gamble of his coaching tenure

    By opting for Briana Scurry against Brazil, Greg Ryan has made the biggest gamble of his coaching career, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 26, 2007
  7. Cristiane overshadowed but not overlooked

    Brazil's "other" striker, Cristiane, is a dangerous force in her own right, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 25, 2007
  8. U.S. prepared for a physical clash with Brazil

    Brazil is lauded for its flair, but the U.S. is prepared for a physical matchup (Thursday 8 a.m. ET, ESPN2), writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 24, 2007
  9. Emerging English team represents a tough challenge

    The U.S. will need to rediscover its offensive rhythm if it hopes to defeat England (Saturday, 8 a.m. ET, ESPN2), writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2007
  10. U.S. dominates possession against Nigeria

    In the win against Nigeria, the U.S. women's national team played its best possession soccer of the opening round, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 18, 2007
  11. U.S. and European grip on World Cup might be waning

    North Korea and Brazil could be the teams that end the domination of the World Cup by the U.S. and Europe, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 17, 2007
  12. U.S. aims to come out strong against Nigeria

    The U.S. women can't take their final Group B opponent Nigeria (Tuesday, 8 a.m. ET, ESPN) for granted, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2007
  13. Ellertson arrives on the World Stage

    Tina Ellertson could have played for Ghana, but she opted for the U.S. She hasn't regretted her decision, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 15, 2007
  14. U.S. will need to contain Swedish offense

    The U.S. women take on a familiar opponent, Sweden, in a critical matchup (Friday, 5 a.m ET., ESPN), writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 12, 2007
  15. U.S. unnerved by North Korean transition game

    The North Koreans lived up their billing as a possible dark horse as the U.S. was fortunate to escape with a draw, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 11, 2007
  16. Lloyd and Chalupny key U.S. midfield

    To alleviate the offensive burden, Lori Chalupny and Carli Lloyd must step up for the U.S. in midfield, writes Graham Hays.

    Story | Conversation | September 10, 2007