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Filibuster podcast episode 102: D.C. United beats Houston Dynamo and Chicago Fire preview

On tap tonight: Stone IPA, Eagle Rare, Bourbon Rickey, rum and coke.

It is Tuesday, so it must be Filibuster day! Adam, Jason, and Ben are back to fill your ears with talk of D.C. United's 3-1 win against the Houston Dynamo. We talk about our favorite goal of the bunch, break down Taylor Kemp's first goal of his career, ask whether or not we are concerned about the lack of possession early in the game, rave about Bill Hamid's save on Giles Barnes, and talk about Eddie Johnson.

When then talk about the state of the run-in to the MLS playoffs, covering Toronto FC and the Western Conference, with some talk about the jockying for seeding as well.

Finally, we bring on Sean Spence from Hot Time in Old Town to talk about this weekend's game against the Chicago Fire. We ask him about being the draw kings, the changes that have happened over the course of the season, and Florent Sinama-Pongolle. We wonder why anyone won't play Harry Shipp centrally, what is going on with the Fire's defense, and end by talking about Frank Yallop and Andrew Hauptman. Give it a listen!

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