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Nos Audietis, Episode 68: Featuring Alex Caskey, Alan Hinton

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It's another exciting week in the world of Nos Audietis as the Seattle Sounders are coming off a nice win over Chivas USA and get ready for another Cascadia Cup showdown with the Portland Timbers. Joining us were Sounders midfielder Alex Caskey and former coach Alan Hinton.

The big talking point of the week was once again Eddie Johnson, who set a new Sounders record by scoring his 13th goal of the season. Appropriately enough, he got it off an assist from Fredy Montero. We go as far as calling Johnson a dark-horse MVP candidate, especially if he keeps up this torrid pace.

Caskey joined us in the second segment and we managed to get to the bottom of what was going on during his non-celebration of the goal he scored against Caledonia. We also discover that his roommate Andy Rose tends to put the accent on a little extra think when ladies are around.

Hinton, who shockingly has never been a guest on the show before, was very forthright, as well. Among his observations is that this is the best job Sigi Schmid has done during his four years in charge.

Of course, we also take your questions, including one in which we're asked what kind of beer the Timbers would be. If you'd like to get your questions answered, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@nosaudietis) or email us at nosaudietis(at)gmail(dot)com.

Download | Duration: 01:29:59 | iTunes | Stitcher

Intro: Perry Como - Seattle

First Break: Talking Heads - New Feeling

Second Break: Blind Melon - Soak the Sin

Third Break: Old 97's - West Texas Teardrops

Outro: Perry Como - Seattle

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