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Aftershock: "Frisco"

The Aftershock reviews the tape of the FC Dallas game, then welcomes "Quakes After 90" podcaster Dominic Skipper onto the pod live at the Golden State Brewery watch-party.

Alberto Quintero celebrates the opening goal in San Jose's 2-2 road draw with FC Dallas
Alberto Quintero celebrates the opening goal in San Jose's 2-2 road draw with FC Dallas
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After collecting zero points from two road trips to Frisco last season, the well-deserved 2-2 draw that the San Jose Earthquakes managed this time around would ordinarily have been cause for celebration, had the two concessions not come by way of a penalty kick and an own-goal.

The short-handed visitors managed to withstand huge amounts of pressure from the reigning Western Conference champions and were clinical with their chances at the other end, with striker Quincy Amarikwa putting in a two-assist performance that earned him a spot in MLS's Team of the Week.

In this episode, "Aftershock" host Colin Etnire breaks down the tape and evaluates the personnel from the matchup. Then, he welcomes Dominic Skipper (of the "Quakes After 90" Podcast) to talk about Quakes communities, media coverage of the team, and the relationship between fan and club, live from the Golden State Brewery watch party.

"The Aftershock," the only media podcast dedicated to the San Jose Earthquakes, is hosted by Colin Etnire and is in its second season.

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