An understrength U.S. team is still on track for a third consecutive Gold Cup title after disposing of Honduras 2-0, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Up next for Bob Bradley's men is a road trip to El Salvador, a game the U.S. is expected to win, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The annual game with Sweden is a chance for some U.S. fringe players to show they deserve more opportunities with the first-team squad, writes Jeff Carlisle.
In rewriting the form book, the U.S. dominated the Netherlands for large stretches and deserved more than a draw, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Peter Nowak's U-23 squad is ready to face the pressure of the first round of CONCACAF Olympic qualifying, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. win over Sweden owed much to a solid, all-around team effort and Brad Guzan's goalkeeping, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Since the beginning of 1998, the U.S. is a woeful 3-14-3 on European soil, something the U.S. hopes to change against Sweden, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The match against Colombia is best forgotten, much like the rest of the Copa America experience for the U.S., writes Jeff Carlisle.
A young U.S. team has taken some knocks so far in the Copa America but hopes to finish on a high note against Colombia, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Despite ceding the majority of possession against Mexico, the ability of the U.S. to persevere with a positive result owes much to the team's mental fortitude, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Even without some of their more prominent players, the Danish team that will face the U.S. should give Bob Bradley a stern test in his first game as national team coach, writes Jeff Carlisle.