• MLS Power Rankings: Timbers leapfrog Sounders in Cascadia Clasico
    A reduced schedule of seven games -- three midweek and four on the weekend -- still managed to produce plenty of drama and intrigue.
  • U.S. Player Ratings: Subs lead the way
    Graham Zusi and Edgar Castillo came off the bench to spark a lethargic U.S. squad past Jamaica, 2-0, Friday night at Sporting Park as the Americans won the Hexagonal again and closed out their home schedule with a perfect 5-0-0 record.
  • USA struggles but clinches third straight Hexagonal title
    The United States clinched the Hexagonal for the third straight time with a 2-0 win over Jamaica on late goals by Graham Zusi and Jozy Altidore at Kansas City's Sporting Park on Friday night.
  • Cameron goes with the flow, sort of
    Minutes before leaving the U.S. team hotel to join his teammates for their final training session prior to a Hexagonal match Friday against Jamaica, Geoff Cameron laughed when asked if he knew if he'd be starting and if so, at which position.
  • Petke Project clears first hurdle
    It bears a stigma of failure and incompetence, yet in fact Red Bull New York -- to use its proper name -- has a solid record when it comes to making the playoffs.
  • Captain Moor explains the Colorado Rapids' revival
    One by one, the pieces of a championship team were moved off the board and replaced by a man with a different vision of how the game should be played. As the view around him changed, Drew Moor believed it was all for the best. The transformation instituted by Oscar Pareja appeared to be radical and severe, yet Moor knew of the man and his methods long before the Rapids hired him.
  • MLS Power Rankings: Rapids rise, Red Bulls clinch
    Blowouts and barn-burners, and perhaps the Goal of the Year, highlighted a wild weekend of MLS play that preceded the October international break.
  • Lalas goes back to school on 26-year plan
    When he's on a plane, as he is a lot these days, Alexi Lalas is doing what he should be doing: studying.