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  1. U.S. team digs deep to honor Davies

    Luke Cyphers

    Devastated by Charlie Davies' injury, the U.S. players turned in a performance against Costa Rica that was a fitting tribute to their fallen comrade, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | October 14, 2009
  2. Clark finds the range against Trinidad & Tobago

    Luke Cyphers

    Midfielder Ricardo Clark had been disappointed not to play in the U.S. team's previous game. He made up for it and then some against T &T, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | September 09, 2009
  3. U.S. performance not quite according to plan

    Luke Cyphers

    The U.S. had a three-prong strategy entering the match against El Salvador, but things didn't go quite according to plan, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | September 06, 2009
  4. Second-half stumble against Brazil haunts U.S.

    Luke Cyphers

    An amazing first-half performance by the U.S. was ultimately undone by the team's inability to perform at the same level in the second half, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | June 28, 2009
  5. U.S. team rides newfound confidence into Sunday's final

    Luke Cyphers

    After beating Spain, the U.S. team heads into the final against Brazil confident it can produce another upset, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | June 26, 2009
  6. Bocanegra leads a defensive effort for the ages

    Luke Cyphers

    Carlos Bocanegra's return from injury was the final piece of the puzzle in enabling the U.S. defense to shut out the potent Spanish attack, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2009
  7. U.S. team fires back at its critics with win over Egypt

    Luke Cyphers

    With critics questioning its heart and attitude, the U.S. team played against Egypt with a chip on its shoulder, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | June 21, 2009
  8. Giuseppe Rossi shows U.S. fans what they're missing

    Luke Cyphers

    Giuseppe Rossi's two-goal performance showed that the U.S. does have a world-class forward. Unfortunately, he plays for Italy, writes Luke Cyphers.

    Story | Conversation | June 15, 2009