What is going on tomorrow for the U.S. team, you might ask? Well, nothing out of the ordinary. The guys will get the chance to sleep in after the travel day. We're sure some will watch part or all of the two opening matches - South Africa vs. Mexico and France vs. Uruguay. Training is not until the evening at Royal Bafokeng Stadium, when the U.S. team will run through its one hour of allowed training on the game pitch. There will be the standard FIFA-mandated in-stadium press conference after that, all the World Cup prep will be done, prep that started more than three years ago as the opening of the USA's 2010 FIFA World Cup campaign will be less than 24 hours away. As evening falls on the team hotel here, we did see our first animals: wild boar, and they certainly looked wild. No, John Locke was not chasing after them.