Buckeyes were already at 85 and he's a senior. Anyone who thinks this is a scholarship issue for next year does not have a clue
Just remind the HOA that this is 'Merica.
If you can't trust 9 route, then who can you trust.
It does say big news to "drop" tomorrow.
That's where Birm is going, taking over for Skip
I really hope its Bassdropper
The starting 11 I'd like to see going forward in qualifying in a 4-4-2 is Johnson, Cameron, Brooks, Yedlin back line Bedoya, Nagbe, Bradley, Zardes midfield with Dempsey and Wood up top.
All 4 of their goals have resulted from poor timid passing that led to give aways.
Young man has to be selfish there and shoot instead of look to pass
Not gonna beat Argentina over the top, gotta create forward attacking passes and move without the ball.
No commercials man, thats how they make TV money.
I doubt it. He retired and would not be playing anyway. Hes an American and one of our all time greats. No matter how he left, he doesn't wanna see them lose, ever.
Beckerman has been dreadful tonight, Bradley can't deliver an offense generating pass, and Dempsey has been invisible. Zardes and Yedlin have been bright spots, but that's about it.
We just can't connect passes, it's not fun to watch poor first touches and timid passing
He may, but he's been a fan for years. Argentina are kinda like the Warriors, they lost to Germany in the WC final.
Bradley has had a decent Copa, but historically the pairing of Bradley and Bekerman leads to zero creativity from central midfield.
None of the US players are moving when we have possession, it's beyond frustrating. Bekerman and Bradley do not work as a central midfield pairing, too many bad give aways.
If Bekerman and Wondolowski don't come off at the half, we're not playing to win.
The crowd shots from an Argentina vs Brazil game are wonderful.
No one on earth saves that shot, pure brilliance by the Lebron James of futbol.
Our last World Cup Group featured some really good teams, was definitely one of the toughest WC groups, and Belgium was tough in the knock out rounds as well. US is not a soccer powerhouse.
Nerves mainly, but Argentina puts defensive pressure on the ball very well. It's partly why they're the number 1 ranked team in the world
USMNT is just outclassed tonight, it's like watching a College Football Game of Michigan vs Applacian State.