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Rory McIlroy tweaks the Americans' team-building attempts.
Playing across town in their temporary home, Xcel Energy Center, the Lynx showed no signs of rust. No signs of nerves as defending champions. No signs of anything other than being locked in and focused on finishing a task.
The talent the United States is bringing to this 12-player, 28-match competition is astounding. There's only one way the Yanks are going to lose this time to Europe -- and that's if they choke.
Tell us if you're an avid fan, can't wait for the carnival to leave town or somewhere in between.
Despite the U.S. losing streak, the three-time Ryder Cup player is expecting better results.
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