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Filibuster podcast episode 101: D.C. United's draw versus Sporting Kansas City, road trip against Houston Dynamo

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On tap tonight: Fullers ESB, Old Grand-Dad, Blantons, and Glogg.

Despite the revelry in our 100th episode, the Filibuster team is back again for our 101st episode. We first talk about Sporting Kansas City and D.C. United's 0-0 draw, which clinched United's spot in the playoffs. We talk about Nick DeLeon and his performance in the middle of the field, Taylor Kemp, and United's wide midfield options when everyone is healthy.

We then call up Alicia Tolar from Dynamo Theory to get the lowdown on everything Houston. We talk about the rumors about Dom Kinnear leaving, the Dynamo's current unbeaten streak, their defense and the absence of Bobby Boswell, the absence of Luis Garrido and Oscar Boniek Garcia, and their formation and the play of their younger players. We end this segment by talking bout Servando Carrasco, the Dynamo's inevitable late season run, and how to gameplan the Dynamo.

We end this episode with the Twitterbox! We answer questions about whether or not we should be worried about D.C. United's current form, Concacaf Champions League and the allocation money involved, and then talk about Perry Kitchen's national team chances and the Landon Donovan sendoff special. Give it a listen!

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