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Big D Daily: News for Monday, March 27, 2017

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Seriously, is it April 4 yet?

One more week until FC Dallas is back on the field as they prepare for Pachuca again today.

// FC Dallas //

Best FCD jersey bracket | Big D Soccer

It has been March madness around here for a couple weeks, so we decided to do a little bracket challenge of our own with the top FCD jerseys.

Ryan Hollingshead returns to full training | FCDallas.com

Look out MLS, FCD is slowly getting back to full health here. This is certainly the way to start a new week though by seeing this guy back in training after that nasty car wreck in January.

// MLS //

Doyle: Goals galore and more from week 4 | MLSSoccer.com

There were a trio of MLS games over the weekend while everyone was out on a FIFA break. Once again Minnesota gave up a slew of goals on the road.

What you may have missed in week 4 | MLSSoccer.com

Three games doesn’t sound like a lot but there was plenty to take in this weekend. That Portland loss to Columbus was a big one.

Six thoughts on the Crew’s win over Portland | Massive Report

Could this be the win that actually turns the Crew back into a contender? I think so.

San Diego fans overwhelmingly voting for one team name | SB Nation

Footy McFoot Face is a great name. I still lean heavily towards the San Diego Burgundy.

After boost from MLS, what is next for the USL? | FourFourTwo

The USL continues to evolve and improve before our eyes. Being a second division league now means a lot more to how quickly they can continue to expand and evolve too.

// USMNT //

US hang six on Honduras | Stars and Stripes FC

Friday night was a good bit of fun as the US just dominated Honduras from start to finish in their third Hex qualifier match. Clint Dempsey got the hat trick while Christian Pulisic continued to be himself on the field.

After long layoff, Dempsey reminds us he is the creative muscle | FourFourTwo

I may have watched his free kick goal about a dozen times this morning.

US clearly back on track after win | SI.com

Anytime you hang six goals on another team, it will be easy to say that you are back from whatever funk you were previously in. I do think it is safe to say this group put the Klinsmann era behind them.