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U.S. Soccer Articles (Feb. 7) Presented by du Nord

Presented by du Nord
HOUSTON (Feb. 7, 2008) - Below are a collection of articles, brought to you by du Nord, that you might find in your local newspaper following Wednesday's USA-Mexico showdown in which Oguchi Onyewu and Jozy Altidore led the U.S. in a 2-2 draw at Reliant Stadium. With the result, the U.S. is now unbeaten at home in their last 10 contests with Mexico (8-0-2).

Yahoo Sports - Martin Rogers - Altidore shines in U.S.-Mexico spotlight

Washington Post - Steven Goff - After Leading Twice, U.S. Settles for Tie

U.S. National Soccer Players Association - J Hutcherson - US-Mexico Analysis: Difficult Positions

Sports Illustrated - Grant Wahl - What we learned

Soccer America - Mike Woitolla - USA shares the spoils with Mexico

Soccer America - Mike Woitolla - REPORT CARD: Jozy, Gooch & Timmy earn high marks

San Diego Union Tribune - Mark Zeigler - El Tri can't end the skid on U.S. soil

The Red Card blog - Luis Arroyave - U.S.-Mexico running log

Los Angeles Times - Grahame Jones - U.S. ties Mexico, 2-2, on goal by Altidore

Houston Chronicle - Bernardo Fallas - Sellout crowd, plenty of goals but no victor

Hosuton Chronicle Soccer y Football blog - Bernardo Fallas - Impressions of U.S.-Mexico tie - Kyle McCarthy - U.S. and Mexico Play to a Thrilling Draw in Houston - Ben Brackett - U.S. Player Ratings

Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Tobias Xavier Lopez - Sam's Army can't top Mexico's sea of green - Jonny on the spot in clasico

ESPN Soccernet - Ives Galarcep - Altidore announces his arrival

ESPN blog - Jen Chang - The good and the bad

Chicago Tribune - U.S.-Mexico: 5 questions, 5 answers

Blogcritics Magazine - Matthew T Sussman - USA Ties Mexico 2-2, So Therefore Must Be Equal In Every Way

Big Apple Soccer - First Start, First Goal, Altidore connects vs. Mexico

American Soccer Daily - Greg Seltzer - El Tri Double Rally Draws US