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Nicholas Casale is a Western Massachusetts native and an undergraduate student at Umass Amherst studying the fine arts of late night dining, science-fiction, Netflix navigation, and philosophy. He has been an avid fan and admirer of the beautiful game for 20 years and recently realized that writing about it can be just as fun as playing.

Lessons still to Learn for Heaps' Revolution

Problems are mental not entirely tactical

Teal Bunbury finding his form

Speedy Gonzalez, Roadrunner, lightning, are all synonymous with Teal Bunbury who has been pivotal for the New England Revolution.

Honduras crashes out of the World Cup

Honduras falls and Jerry Bengston fails to score in his third straight match. The Revolution striker hasn't looked great in the tournament and probably did little to raise his stock.

New England Dominates USA-Ghana TV Ratings

All across New England and the Northeast, people were watching the United States play Ghana at the World Cup. But can we get them to watch MLS and the Revs?

Jerry Bengston Fails to Inspire Honduras

France flattened Honduras 3-0 in a match that saw a first-half red card and a dominant performance from Les Bleus. Revolution striker Jerry Bengtson was pulled at the half, having made little impact on the match.

Key for the Revolution is Depth

The Revolution enter the World Cup break still in first place despite two losses on the trot. What's the key to the overall success of this young 2014 season? Looks like depth.

Revolution Have the Mentality to Win

2013 was a huge step for the Revolution, but 2014 looks to be reaching even greater heights. Can the Revs take this change in mentality all the way to MLS Cup?