Yes, but unfortunately, there is no way to do that, unless Allen does it himself. (Or one of his opponents reads this and posts their game.) USCF chess tournaments do not require one to turn in their score sheet and the USCF does not keep a record of anyone's games - just the result.
My initial blitz of chess study only lasted around 10 months and new hobbies have cut into that time even more. Still, I do a little something each day and really focus on chess during tournament weekends.
I'll post a couple games from the Las Vegas Chess Festival after I've played it next month. I'm on line to play Karpov in a simul, I'll share that one if it happens. Meanwhile, here's correspondence win I just recently completed: http://www.chess.com/echess/game.html?id=51960923
Really interesting game Allen. I keep looking at the position after 19.b3 and wondering how you pulled it off with the queenside dark squares weak like that and the bishop on g7. Very dynamic, concrete chess. Great job.