Filibuster podcast episode 71: Studs-up flying tackle from hell

On tap tonight: a rye-based old-fashioned Old Fashioned, On The Wings of Armageddon, and a gin and tonic.

We are back for another episode of your favorite D.C. United podcast associated with this site, and it is a hard one. Adam, Jason, and Ben try to get through their analysis of United's opening day loss to the Columbus Crew, with brief asides into the performance of the midfield, the tactics of the game, and how long of a leash Ben Olsen should have. We then go around the league to talk about the other results from this past weekend, which include the fact that D.C. United is not last in the league right now (thanks to goal difference). We close the episode by opening up the old Twitterbox and answering some questions from our dear listeners. Give it a listen!

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Thanks for listening. Get in touch with us with any questions, comments, concerns or anything else via Twitter - @FilibusterDCU - or by emailing us at filibusterpodcast@gmail.com. Or just leave a comment on this post. If you give us feedback, it may be featured on the next edition of the Twitterbox!

Our theme song is Pocket, by Beau Finley, used with permission.

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