So what's the U.S. been up to since losing to Ghana in extra time at the 2010 World Cup?
Well, the team has played seven times and experienced mixed results. True to form, the team is struggling to score goals and still is searching for a reliable striker to alleviate that concern before 2014's World Cup in Brazil.
There have been several new faces that have entered Bob Bradley's player pool -- and we'll get to some of those names later -- but here's a quick glance at what the team has done since last summer.
Aug. 10, 2010 in East Rutherford, N.J.
Brazil 2, United States 0
Goals: B - Neymar, Pato
Oct. 9, 2010 in Chicago
Poland 2, United States 2
Goals: US - Jozy Altidore, Oguchi Onyewu; P - Adam Matuszczyk, Jakub Blaszczykowski
Oct. 12, 2010 in Chester, Pa.
Colombia 0, United States 0
Nov. 17, 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa
United States 1, South Africa 0
Goals: US - Juan Agudelo
Jan. 22, 2011 in Carson, Calif.
Chile 1, United States 1
Goals: US - Teal Bunbury (pk) ; C - Esteban Paredes
March 26, 2011 in East Rutherford, N.J.
Argentina 1, United States 1
Goals: US - Juan Agudelo; A - Esteban Cambiasso
March 29, 2011 in Nashville, Tenn.
Paraguay 1, United States 0
Goals: P - Oscar Cardozo
Results: 1 win, 2 losses, 4 draws
Rankings: In the latest FIFA rankings, released April 13, the U.S. is ranked 22nd in the world.