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Home >Special Edition > Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008
Loss to Nigeria eliminates USAMake that two kicks in the teeth for the U.S. men's Olympic team, along with being booted out of the tournament in heroic yet heartbreaking fashion. Down a man for more than 90 minutes -- counting stoppage time -- courtesy of Michael Orozco's wayward elbow shortly ... Read the whole story
"Those guys are my boys. They played so hard tonight and you can't even express your feelings in the right way right now. For me, they won a gold medal in this game tonight. Of course, in the soccer world we still have to move on. There are a lot ... Read the whole story
[NIGERIA-USA REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players in their 2-1 loss to Nigeria on Wednesday ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] Coach Peter Nowak and U.S. players discuss the disappointing loss against Nigeria, the red card to Michael Orozco that forced them to play a man down for 86 minutes, and on why they're proud of their effort at the Games. Read the whole story
All Asian teams including host, and both Concacaf teams have been eliminated. The quarterfinal matchups are: Nigeria-Ivory Coast; Italy-Belgium; Argentina-Netherlands; and Brazil-Cameroon. For all the results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story
Soccer action resumes on Friday when the U.S. women face Canada in the quarterfinals. Complete soccer coverage is available on the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel and online at nbcolympics.com. Check with your television provider for the availability of the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel. Read the whole story



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