US Men's National Team interim head coach Bob Bradley will get an opportunity to take on the US's arch rivals Mexico during his audition period.

US Soccer has announced that the US will take on Mexico at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at 9pm ET. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN2 and Univision.

This game will be the first US-Mexico showdown for Bradley, as well as new Mexican head coach Hugo Sanchez.

The US is 6-0-1 at home versus Mexico since 2000. Over that span the US has scored eleven goals and has yet to concede a goal to their neighbors from the south.

This match will be the second in Bradley's career as the USMNT head coach. His debut will take place on January 20, 2007 against Denmark at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.

More on the passing of Lamar Hunt

American soccer lost a pioneer - Dallas Morning News

Hunt's legacy goes beyond pro football - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Crew owner Lamar Hunt dead at 74 - Columbus Dispatch

Hunt a quiet pioneer of U.S. soccer -

U.S. Soccer Mourns the Passing of Soccer Pioneer Lamar Hunt - US

One of American soccer's finest passes away - Fox

MLS Cup Champs out of the inaugural Mexico-U.S. Cup?

'Zero' chance for Dynamo to play in FMF in tournament - Houston Chronicle

How legitimate will the competition be if the defending MLS Cup Champions aren't a part of the competition?

It's not like we are talking about a team not being selected because of a match fixing scandal ala Juventus.

If the Dynamo get passed over for a team like the LA Galaxy or the New York Red Bulls, then this whole grand plan of a North American "Champions League" could blow up before it even gets off the ground.

The views and opinions expressed in this column are those of the author, and not necessarily those of the Rochester Rhinos or Feel free to send any comments or complaints to James promises to read (but not to respond) to all of them.