We're here in Kaiserslautern, waiting for the US-Italy kickoff. Many members of the American media are watching the match together, trying to figure out which result would be best for the U.S. chances — a Ghana win or a draw. I figured the less points the better for the Czechs, so I decided on a Ghana win. But one of the guys changed by mind. The draw is the best result, because then, perhaps, Ghana won't be playing for anything.
Although we saw how much help that was against Poland four years ago.
Obviously, nothing matters unless the US somehow finds a way to get six points out of the next two games.