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This week's featured guests are Playboy Playmate of the Month for March Britt Linn, and former Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall, who still is going strong at age 85 as a radio personality on a program he co-hosts with former Louisville coach Denny Crum.

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Sports and Torts: Playmate Britt Linn
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Sports and Torts: Coach Joe B. Hall
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Britt Linn

Britt Linn is the Playboy Playmate for March 2014. Hotel rooms are places where secrets are kept, plots unfold and lovers indulge their fantasies anonymously and with abandon. Unlock this hotel-room door and you are alone with a rising star in the fashion world, a red-hot Mohawked seductress with a brain to match that impossibly alluring body. New Jersey-born model Britt Linn; our first short-haired Playmate in more than 15 years is on a never-ending adventure. 'I want to try everything,' she says, 'no matter how weird.'; Just one year ago Britt was working as a surgical technologist when a New York model scout found her on Facebook. “I started modeling in September (during Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, and bam,” she says, “I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants ever since!”

After snagging shoots for Seventeen and Diesel, she booked her Playboy gig and Vogue Italia editorial on the same day. “I burst into tears of happiness,” Britt says. “I’m pretty competitive, and I thought it’d be cool to be slender enough for high fashion but also curvy enough for Playboy. And I did it!” Some other things you should know about Miss March: Although she sports a punk-rock vibe, she’s an approachable “goofball” who likes shooting pool with the boys, throwing back shots of Jack Daniel’s and mellowing out to singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne.



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Joe B. Hall
Joe Beasman Hall, better known as Joe B. Hall, (born November 30, 1928) is the former head basketball coach at the University of Kentucky from 1972 to 1985. He previously coached at Central Missouri State University and Regis University before returning to UK in 1965 to serve as an assistant coach under Adolph Rupp. Hall was given a difficult task, to follow in the footsteps of his legendary predecessor, Adolph Rupp. In the 1978 NCAA Tournament, he coached the Wildcats to their fifth NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship. He was named National Coach of the Year in 1978 and Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year on four different occasions. His record at UK was 297100, and 373156 over his career. Along with the 1978 title, Hall also guided Kentucky to a runner-up finish to UCLA in the 1975 NCAA tournament (which included an upset of heavily favored and previously undefeated Indiana in a regional final), a Final Four appearance in the 1984 NCAA Tournament (losing to eventual champion Georgetown), and an NIT championship in 1976. He won 8 Southeastern Conference regular season championships and one Southeastern Conference tournament championship (1984). Hall is one of only three men to win an NCAA championship as a player (1949, Kentucky) and coach (1978, Kentucky). The only others to achieve this feat are Bob Knight and Dean Smith. Hall played one year of varsity basketball at Kentucky before transferring to the University of the South (Sewanee), where he completed his basketball playing eligibility but did not graduate. After Sewanee, Hall toured with the Harlem Globetrotters and later returned to Kentucky to complete his undergraduate studies. Hall graduated from Kentucky in 1955. On Tuesday, September 18, 2012, the University of Kentucky unveiled a statue of Hall outside of the Wildcat Coal Lodge to commemorate his accomplishments at UK and his contributions toward the Wildcat Coal Lodge. The university says the bronze sculpture was produced over a period of eight months, beginning as a clay sculpture, then was cast in bronze. It was created by sculptor J. Brett Grill of Columbia, Mo. Hall currently co-hosts a popular radio sports talk show with former University of Louisville basketball head coach Denny Crum.

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