Nine games on the slate this week in Major League Soccer, including the seemingly annual Memorial Day weekend meeting between two of the most famous fanbases in the country. We've collected all of B&RU's coverage into one convenient spot.
In which we exchange questions with a Portland blogger to get a handle on what the Timbers are doing right and United are doing wrong.
If Nick DeLeon (or anyone else) is going to thrive as an attacking midfielder, they need Dwayne De Rosario to stop playing that position too. But can he?
The losing streak is no more, but there's still not a whole lot of optimism around RFK Stadium. No more half measures, Ben.
Our long metropolitan nightmare is over! D.C. United ended it's seven-match losing streak with a draw at home to one of the better teams in Major League Soccer, tying Sporting Kansas City 1-1.
The Black-and-Red host the two-time defending regular season MLS Eastern Conference champs in what local fans will hope turns into an upset. We've got all the information you'll need to be ready for the game this afternoon.
In advance of tonight's MLS Eastern Conference matchup between the last place Black-and-Red and the defending regular season conference champions, we exchanged questions with our Sporting-focused sister blog to get an inside look at D.C. opponent.
Despite being told that he would be ready to go last weekend against FC Dallas, Chris Pontius stayed home; will he start this weekend against SKC?
There were wholesale lineup changes and a formation shift. There were new faces all across the field and a newfound - if belated - sense of urgency. But D.C. United still couldn't get the job done, losing 2-1 in Frisco, Texas tonight.
United treks to the northern suburbs of Dallas to take on the league leaders. We've got all the information and our readers' live commentary as the Black-and-Red try to get their 2013 season back on track.
In a devastating loss at RFK, D.C. United proved it made no progress (and in fact regressed) during it's bye week. Further, the team showed that the heady hopes of February have been consigned to the dustbin of the 2013 season.
In an effort to avoid using four-letter words to describe D.C. United's ugly home loss to the Houston Dynamo Wednesday night, I'm relying on a three-letter word: Bad.
One team is riding a five-game losing streak (three at home) and the other is coming off a road win over the defending champs. What could possibly go wrong?