ESPN.com's Wayne Drehs and Outside The Lines recently spent some time with FC Dallas goalkeeper Chris Seitz to chronicle the 'keeper's decision to donate bone marrow. Seitz registered to become a donor with a bone marrow center called DKMS four years ago when he was with Real Salt Lake. When he received an email from the organization letting him know that they'd found a match in August, Seitz made a difficult decision to help save a total stranger.
Read the amazing story HERE.
Brad Evans converts PK to give Seattle 1-0 lead.
Blas Perez scores close in to tie match 1-1.
Evans scores after quick Seattle restart, giving Sounders 2-1 lead in 60'.
Rosales finishes sequence to put game away, SEA 3, FCD 1.
A smaller crew this week for Futbol and Football. Mark Followill could take the overall lead with a strong week, but Chris Seitz is looking to hold on and George John remains in first overall. Feel free to make your own picks in the comments section and see how you do compared to members of the FC Dallas family.
10/22 UPDATE: Mark Followill nearly gets a clean sweep, going 8-1.
|Tottenham vs Chelsea||DRAW|
|West Brom vs Man City|
|Sunderland vs Newcastle|
|LSU vs Texas A&M|
|South Carolina vs Florida|
|Texas Tech vs TCU|
|Cowboys vs Panthers|
|Ravens vs Texans|
|Cardinals vs Vikings|
|Week Seven results||7-2||6-3||8-1||4-5|
|Season to date results||39-24 (.619)||32-22 (.592)||38-25 (.603)||23-40 (.365)|
Brek Shea is featured in a set of videos from Gatorade with assistance from MLS. In them, he discusses his training methods and game preparation.
Brek Shea - "Own The First Move"
Brek Shea - "Seize Every Advantage"
The field is set for the hexagonal round in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. Beginning in 2013 the United States will battle Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama for the right to be one of three teams to advance to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Now it's your time to vote - which three teams do you think will advance?
Definitely head over to Grantland, where Noah Davis has a thought provoking story about the rise of CONCACAF players in MLS and whether that's making things more difficult for the U.S. Men's National Team.
Perez, of course, is a member of the Panamanian National Team and gives his take on the rising perception of MLS in Central America.
George John is still in the lead after Week Five of Futbol and Football - but just barely. Mark Followill is close behind after a week where the two tied for best record. Feel free to make your own picks in the comments section and see how you do compared to members of the FC Dallas family.
10/15 UPDATE: Chris Seitz is the big winner for Week Six with seven correct picks
|Antigua and Barbuda vs USA|
|Canada vs Cuba|
|Panama vs Honduras||DRAW|
|Texas vs Oklahoma|
|Stanford vs Notre Dame|
|South Carolina vs LSU|
|Cowboys vs Ravens|
|Patriots vs Seahawks|
|Packers vs Texans|
|Week Six results||6-3||5-4||7-2||4-5||3-6|
|Season to date results||23-31 (.426)||32-22 (.592)||26-19 (.577)||30-24 (.555)||19-35 (.352)|
FC Dallas players and coaches wore special Breast Cancer Awareness Month training gear during Thursday's workout session. It's a part of a league-wide effort - Soccer Kicks Cancer. FC Dallas fans will see special breast cancer awareness items on players and referees during its home match on October 28.
FRISCO -- FC Dallas had its only full training session of the week Thursday.
Coach Schellas Hyndman wants to make sure his players are rested and as healthy as possible going into the final two regular season matches of the season.
“When you get fatigued it’s not just a physical thing, it’s a mental thing. Since January 15 we’ve been going at it,” Hyndman said.
It’s been a light week for the first team. FCD traveled back from Los Angeles on Monday and had Tuesday off. Wednesday the Reserves played Chicago while the starters had a light recovery session.
Hyndman is giving the entire squad off Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There are no MLS matches this weekend due to World Cup qualifying.
“These days off will be tremendous for the guys to recover,” Hyndman said.
FC Dallas will begin preparing on Monday for its nationally televised match at Seattle on Sunday, Oct. 21 (8 p.m. CT on ESPN).
On Sunday, Oct. 28, FC Dallas welcomes not only Chivas USA to FC Dallas Stadium but also the biggest College Night in Dallas-Fort Worth. Dallas' favorite DJ Sober will kick off the party at 4:30 p.m. with the match beginning at 6 p.m.
Admission to College Night is only $15 and includes a ticket to the match, an exclusive College Night t-shirt (pictured right), a hot dog, and a beer or soda. Tickets purchased on the day of game are $20.
Secure your ticket to the party here. All purchasers must show a valid College I.D. at the special VIP check-in located at the northwest corner of the stadium.