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Big D Daily: News for Friday, June 19, 2015

It is game day!

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Time for a little game day edition of the morning links as FC Dallas is in Colorado getting set to take on the Rapids tonight.

// FC Dallas //

Acosta is jet lagged but is ready to play | Dallas Morning News

It was great to see Kellyn Acosta back in Frisco this week as he returned from the U-20 World Cup where he showed fairly well.

Hedges traveled to Colorado but will he play on Friday? | Dallas Morning News

Truthfully, I wouldn't start him tonight against the Rapids. Give him one more week to recover before facing Houston at home.

Academy teams begin playoffs on Monday |

Time to root on the baby Hoops as they begin playoff play to wrap up their season.

Barrios finally hitting his stride following USOC game |

Two goals on Tuesday in the USOC win over OKC have a lot of people hoping to see more of Michael Barrios tonight. I'll say this, even though for a while I've thought he was just a second coming of Andres Escobar, that run he had against OKC on Tuesday was something else that gives me hope that he will be more than that.

// MLS //

Sounders regret going overboard in USOC loss |

I'm sure Seattle will say all the right things right now as they wait to see what happens to Clint Dempsey.

Dempsey's intensity betrayed him, and MLS is stuck with the punishment | Fusion

Steve Davis checks in with his take on the whole Dempsey situation.

MLS player poll on CBA, diving and more |

A very interesting poll conducted here with quotes to boot. The one on Jurgen Klinsmann was certainly interesting to read. I'd love to see more honest takes on these subjects from players.

Is Diego Fagundez back to his best? |

It seems like it has been a year or more since we last saw the best of the young Revs Homegrown.

// FIFA //

FIFA movie is the lowest grossing movie in US history |

Oh now that is just hilarious.

Liberia soccer chief wants to run for FIFA president |

I saw this somewhere else but can we get John Oliver to moderate a debate between all the candidates? Surely he would do it if he were asked. I'm sure people would tune in more for that debate than the US presidential debates that will happen next year.