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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Benny Feilhaber
U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann changed all 11 starters from November's 2-2 tie at Russia and is likely to change the entire lineup against for the Feb. 6 qualifier against Honduras at San Pedro Sula.
It's difficult to look at Charlie Davies and not dwell on the deep scar that runs from ear to ear across the top of his skull, a reminder of the night he nearly died.
FC Dallas midfielder Brek Shea was given his U.S. national team debut against Colombia on Tuesday night, and defender Oguchi Onyewu captained the Americans for the first time while AC Milan teammate Mario Yepes captained the visitors.
"Frustrated that we didn't get the win," Feilhaber said. "Now it's back to work, and we don't know who's going to get called in for the Honduras game. But that's an exceptionally important game for us."
"They made it tough for us," Feilhaber said. "They put essentially 10 guys behind the ball. Watching the first half, that's what it seemed like."