The loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup final won't have dented the U.S. team's confidence, but the United States' historically poor performance in Azteca remains foreboding, writes Jeff Carlisle.
It's an inexperienced U.S. lineup that will face El Tri in the Gold Cup final, but the team is confident it can maintain its psychological edge, writes Jeff Carlisle.
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.
With the U.S. sending a second-string squad and a host of big names missing for other teams, the 2009 Gold Cup lacks the intrigue of past editions, writes Jeff Carlisle.
From the U.S. women's Olympic Gold to Landon Donovan's record-breaking feats, 2008 was full of memorable moments, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Adopting an attacking approach for a change against Mexico, the U.S. was thoroughly deserving of victory in the Gold Cup, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. and Mexico meet as expected in the Gold Cup final, but both have been far short of their best so far, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. will have to improve its ability to finish off opponents if it hopes to get past a dangerous Canada team in the Gold Cup semifinal, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The group stage of the Gold Cup has passed. With the knockout rounds to kickoff Saturday, the true test begins for the eight remaining teams. Jeff Carlisle breaks down each matchup. Story.
The U.S. cruised through the group stage of this years Gold Cup, but there are plenty of reasons to remain skeptical, writes Jeff Carlisle.
For a warmup before the Gold Cup, the U.S.' dismantling of China went according to plan, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Bob Bradley named some old hands to his Gold Cup roster. Has he altered his pledge to rebuild with youth? Jeff Carlisle explores the question.
With a weak field in this year's Gold Cup, it's likely that the U.S. will meet archrival Mexico in the final, writes Jeff Carlisle.