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Rose City Roundup: Honduras Edition

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It's a big night for the USMNT, who play their last qualifier until September. Tonight could give U.S. fans an idea of whether the team may finally be clicking for real, or whether they're going to keep being frustratingly inconsistent. A win could also give the U.S. a chance to pull farther away from their competition in the Hex, depending on how the Costa Rica-Panama game shakes out.

Enjoy today's news!

Six Degrees - The Razor's Edge
Slide Rule Pass sums up the Portland-Dallas game: the keepers were great, the ref was not, and the Great Wall of Gambia was "missing a few bricks."

NWSL Week 10 Rewind: Rise of the Red Stars
A review of the weekend's NWSL action.

US women roll over Korea Republic; Wambach scores
Abby Wambach got one step closer to Mia Hamm's record with her 156th international goal in a victory over Korea Republic.

LA Galaxy hope Pablo Mastroeni can provide leadership and quality to his new team
Midfielder Pablo Mastroeni has been traded to LA after playing with the Colorado Rapids since 2002.

The Right Stuff: The Yanks Have It, Want to Keep It
The USMNT wants to keep the good times rolling when they face Honduras tonight.

To U.S. Soccer Team, Home Field Is an Ever-Changing Thing
Does the United States need an Azteca, a Wembley?

Opta Spotlight: How would the MLS table look if you included hitting woodwork in the scoring equation?
A silly but interesting "what if." For some teams, the woodwork has been like a second keeper.

Also, just wanted to give props to the TA for this. It was awesome to see you guys out there.