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Big D Daily: News for Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The USOC kicks off tonight for FC Dallas.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The week moves on as FCD gets ready for their fourth round match tonight in the USOC.

// FC Dallas //

Dan Hunt responds to social media hashtag | 3rd Degree

My gut feeling is that Hunt isn't actually responding to anything more than the loss in Seattle but it would be rather amusing to see the club finally respond to something that the fans are doing.

Know your enemy: OKC |

What does OKC Energy bring to the table for tonight's game? Find out here.

// MLS //

Instant replay for Week 15 |

Andrew Wiebe fills in for Simon Bord this week. Not a lot from our game this week as Wiebe only thinks that the yellow to Blas Perez was a wrong call.

Charlie Davies is feeling like his old self | The Bent Musket

Personally, I love seeing that Davies is doing well these days in MLS. It seems like ages ago that he got in that horrific car wreck. I still wonder if Jurgen will ever call him up again.

Report states MLS could come to San Diego | The Goat Parade

You have to love stadium reports from non-MLS cities. San Diego doesn't even have a viable lower division team as most would argue they are Tijuana territory these days anyways for soccer fans. I still remember the day that MLS tried to throw them a bone by putting one of their early All Star Games in that bad NFL venue.

MLS Transparency issues brought into question | The Mane Land

Orlando folks don't like that their coach got a fine for tampering rules. Oh well. Welcome to the league!

MLS and the NY Cosmos in the running for Herculez Gomez |

I know the Herc and SKC situation is still absolutely ridiculous but I do think it would be far more ridiculous for him to go to the Cosmos instead of a MLS team. Seriously, someone pay SKC the stupid $50k and get Herc already. I wish FCD would make a play for him too.

// Women's World Cup //

How each team can advance | NY Times

Here is a handy look at how the group stage can wrap up this week.

Wambach's header four years later |

Few goals really do stick out in my head on a daily basis but Abby's goal in the last World Cup is certainly one of them.