After beating Spain, the U.S. team heads into the final against Brazil confident it can produce another upset, writes 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.
With critics questioning its heart and attitude, the U.S. team played against Egypt with a chip on its shoulder, writes Luke Cyphers.
Making mistake after mistake, the U.S. did itself no favors against Brazil, writes 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.
With FIFA insisting that South Africa will be ready for the 2010 World Cup, the Confederations Cup is a chance for South Africa to prove it's ready to host, writes Luke Cyphers.