Dynamo Daily - September 27, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Saturday night, the Dynamo rebounded from a heartbreaking loss on Wednesday, to defeat D.C. United, 3-1, at RFK Stadium. The win was Houston's first road victory since May 8. The last few games have been about pride for the Dynamo, and that showed Saturday night when Houston rebounded from a 1-0 halftime deficit with three second-half goals. Check out photos and highlights from Saturday's match.

Jeff Maurer of the Washington Post offers his honest assessment of Saturday night's match.

Houston split its matches over the past week and remained in the 15th spot in ESPN.com's power rankings.

In the latest edition of Canetti's Corner, Dynamo COO Chris Canetti commended the squad for not giving up as the season draws to a close.

On October 10, the Dynamo will be hosting Breast Cancer Awareness Night. Bobby Boswell is the Dynamo's spokesperson.

Oscar de la Hoya, who is a minority owner of the Dynamo, was profiled in Broadcasting & Cable and remarked on his involvement with the team.

An Illinois judge has questioned whether or not the USSF should profit from games played between international teams on U.S. soil.

SI.com columnist Steve Davis offers his thoughts on Week 26 in Major League Soccer.

Luis Bueno wonders if the answer to the U.S. men's national team scoring woes could be found in MLS.