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31 March 9:37 am

Dynamo Rewind takes you back through to all the game day experiences at BBVA Compass Stadium surrounding the Dynamo vs Colorado Rapids 0-0 draw. 

29 March 12:51 pm

Watch highlights and hear from Rob Lovejoy, Will Bruin, Brad Davis and Owen Coyle after the Dynamo earn a point in a 0-0 draw against the Rapids at BBVA Compass Stadium. 

28 March 12:41 pm

Following tonight's game between the Dynamo and Colorado Rapids, walk over to Lucky's Pub (801 St Emmanuel St.) beside BBVA Compass stadium to listen to the Dynamo postgame call-in show with Glenn Davis. The Dynamo broadcaster will be in the back room at Lucky's Pub taking calls at 713-439-1560 and will break down the game between the Dynamo and Rapids. The call-in show is free and open to the public, so join Davis at Lucky's after the game tonight.

The Dynamo postgame show can be heard on Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM and through the TuneIn app. Davis will take calls from fans live from Lucky's Pub after every home game this season. 

 

27 March 6:29 pm

This week featured two full nights of soccer talk. Between Tuesday's edition of Soccer Matters and Wednesday's episode of Dynamo All-Access, presented by Houston Community College, the shows included interviews with Dynamo head coach Owen Coyle and midfielder Nathan Sturgis as well as several media members, including Keeper Notes host Jen Cooper, ESPNFC's Guadalajara-based writer Tom Marshall, Colorado Rapids TV broadcaster Richard Flemming, Minnesota United FC expert Bruce McGuire, and U.S. national team reporter Brian Sciaretta.   

Courtesy of Dynamo radio partners Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM and ESPN 97.5 FM, enjoy the interviews below. Dynamo All-Access airs weekly (usually Wednesday or Thursday) from 7-9 p.m. CT on 1560 AM. The show's call-in number is 713-439-1560. Soccer Matters airs weekly (usually Monday or Tuesday) on ESPN 97.5 FM. The show's call-in number is 713-780-3776.

Owen Coyle

Nathan Sturgis

Jen Cooper

Richard Flemming

Tom Marshall

Bruce McGuire

Brian Sciaretta

27 March 12:37 pm

Via MLSSoccer.com

Tyler Deric is on a tear. 

The Houston Dynamo goalkeeper has secured his second straight MLS Save of the Week honor, with his award-winning stop of LA Galaxy star Robbie Keane following hard on the heels of last week's sensational parry of a Kaká free-kick bid. 

The New York Red Bulls’ Luis Robles came in second, barely nipping past San Jose’s David Bingham. Colorado’s Clint Irwin and New York City FC’s Josh Saunders brought up the rear in this week's count.

2015 MLS Save of the Week - Week 3 final votes

1. Tyler Deric (HOU)  32.26%

2. Luis Robles (NYR) 22.8%

3. David Bingham (SJ) 22.38%

4. Clint Irwin (COL) 11.77%

5. Josh Saunders (NYC) 10.8%

Click HERE for complete coverage of Save of the Week and an archive of past nominees and winners.

27 March 11:46 am

Hear the Keys to the Game from Coyle, Davis & Rodriguez. Owen Coyle gives his thoughts on international call-ups & Brad Davis and Raul Rodriguez break down the match-up against the Rapids.

24 March 5:32 pm

3 weeks of soccer, 3 nominations for Tyler Deric.

After winning MLS Save of the Week last week for his save on a Kaká free kick, Deric did it again on Saturday with a sprawling save on a go-ahead attempt by LA's Robbie Keane. Can he win it twice in a row? Vote HERE 

24 March 11:40 am

For family. For women. For the love of the game. For the future. 

Kealia Ohai, Melissa Henderson, Ella Masar and Stephanie Ochs tell us why the play the game. Why do you play? 

24 March 9:54 am

Experience life as Diesel on Dynamo Game Day. Get a look inside the tunnel and on the sideline as Diesel pumps up the crowd, greets fans and celebrates a Dynamo win!