It's not the story that Luis' piece promises to be, but I rounded up some interesting perspectives on Copa America, the Gold Cup, and the choice of one versus another.
Technically, though, Bob Bradley will likely still be at the helm for Gold Cup, so he will decide who plays there. After that tournament, he'll likely win the job outright, or cede to a new coach, for the Copa America. It's strange to have such a busy year planned for the team and to still be in limbo about who is the permanent pick.
Aside from that, I've already put together my reasons why I believe the Gold Cup is the more important tournament for the U.S. this year, but I'm curious as to what others think. Feel free to explain any thoughts in the comments.