In an excerpt from his new book "Home Game," Michael Lewis chronicles his family's move to the City of Lights.
In his new book "The Blind Side," Michael Lewis takes a look at the evolution of the NFL, starting with Joe Theismann's infamously broken leg.
The U.S. game against Jamaica was notable only for Landon Donovan becoming the all-time leader in assists for the U.S., writes Michael Lewis.
The debacle against Germany probably ended the World Cup roster hopes of some of the U.S. squad, writes Michael Lewis.
As the U.S. prepares to face Germany in a World Cup warmup, the pressure is on coach Bruce Arena to get the most out of his team, writes Michael Lewis. Watch the game live on ESPN2 at 2:25 p.m. ET.
Despite being outplayed for portions of the game, the U.S. earned a hard-fought win over Poland, says Michael Lewis.
Despite playing in Germany, the U.S. national team will be spurred on by a strong pro-U.S. crowd against Poland, says Michael Lewis.
It might not have been the worst-case scenario, but the U.S. World Cup draw represents an extremely difficult challenge, says Michael Lewis.
The World Cup draw is always an interesting spectacle even if some cynics believe it to be fixed, says Michael Lewis.
After nearly three weeks of action-packed matches, Michael Lewis offers his final reflections on the 2004 Olympic soccer tournament
Argentina went undefeated in Greece and became the first champion in 22 Olympic soccer tournaments not to concede a goal.
Abby Wambach didn't have the best game of her career, yet she came through in extra time to score the gold-medal clinching goal for the U.S.
Most of the 91ers are set to leave the U.S. squad after winning another gold medal, and it may be the right time for coach April Heinrichs to step down too.
Heading into the men's gold medal match, Argentina has proven to be the best men's team in the 16-team tournament and should prevail over Paraguay.
Coach Rene Simoes and his dangerous Brazilian women's team are one victory away from capturing the country's first gold medal in soccer.
Living legend Mia Hamm hopes to finish her career on a high note in the 2004 Olympics gold-medal game.