Revs' playoff hunt continues after 3-1 loss to Chicago
Juan Agudelo's 31st-minute goal was not enough for the Revolution against Chicago on Saturday.
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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill.--For the third straight week the New England Revolution failed to secure a postseason berth as the Chicago Fire came from behind to claim a 3-1 win Saturday at Toyota Park.
SLAMMING THE DOOR
BU Terriers go OT to clip Colgate, 1-0
HAMILTON, N.Y.--Sophomore Anthony Viteri's 95th-minute goal gave the Boston University men's team a 1-0 win over Colgate in a Patriot League match Wednesday night. The Terriers (7-2-1, 2-0-1 PL) improved their shutout streak to 370 consecutive minutes over four games as junior Matt Gilbert made eight saves. Complete
Klinsmann names his 23 for CONCACAF Cup
CHICAGO - U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann Saturday named the 23-player roster for the CONCACAF Cup against Mexico, which grants the victor a spot in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia. Complete
BU Terriers hand American first shutout of season, 1-0
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Junior Felix De Bona's fourth goal of the season in the fourth minute made the difference as the Boston University men's team claimed a 1-0 victory at American, the Terriers increasing their Patriot League regular-season unbeaten streak to a program-record 11 games Saturday. Complete
OFFSIDE REMARKS Dempsey deserves a nice, long, stiff ban
I always thought that if Clint Dempsey was going to get into trouble again, it would be because of his elbows and not his hands.
CUTTONE’S CONCEPTS Taking the long view with the US National Team
CHESTER, Pa.---Let’s be clear. Results matter in sports. Coaches who don’t get results get fired. It's plain and simple. But there are different kind of results. Yes, winning the Gold Cup, appearing in the final, even winning the third place game should mean something. Same for getting to the Confederations Cup, even though it is a contrived tournament created by FIFA to further clog the calendar and extract money from fans and sponsors. But not winning those competitions (or in the case of the Confederations Cup not getting there) is not the end of the world. Complete
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