Spain 1-1 Italy
Focus on Euro 2012
Euro 2012 talking points
U.S. vs. Costa Rica play-by-play
U.S. vs. Trinidad & Tobago play-by-play
U.S. vs. El Salvador play-by-play
Hiring a new coach is not necessarily the only solution for the U.S. national team because the problems lie much deeper than that, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Although much of the United States' starting lineup looks set, lingering questions remain concerning the right midfielder's position, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The inclusion of Brian Ching and Jimmy Conrad on the U.S. World Cup roster ranked as only a mild surprise, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. national team was surprisingly uninspired against Jamaica in what amounted to a make-or-break match for some players, writes Jeff Carlisle.
After bursting onto the scene, Eddie Johnson's national team career was derailed by inury, but now he's on the path to recovery, writes Jeff Carlisle.
It's not necessarily a given that the U.S. will manage to avoid a "Group of Death" in the World Cup draw, even if it does land a number one seed, writes Jeff Carlisle.
San Jose's Wade Barrett and Ricardo Clark will use the Costa Rica and Panama games to bid for a World Cup roster spot, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Panama is a chance for Bruce Arena to further evaluate players on the bubble of the U.S. World Cup squad, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The game against Guatemala was a good testing ground for MLS players hoping to make the U.S. World Cup squad, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. team dominated against Trinidad and Tobago but lacked a killer instinct to finish them off, writes Jeff Carlisle.