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Lariyah and Lem
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This week's in-studio is the lovely Lariyah Daniels.She is the multi-talented personality who is a model, personal trainer, singer of the group Hessler, entrepreneur and more. Lariyah will be a welcome presence on the show and will discuss competing last week in the Tropic Beauty contest in Las Vegas, her new projects and Hesslerís spring tour that will include a Chicago stop.

Plus, Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback Lem Barney,one of the Lions' all-time great defensive players.
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Sports and Torts: Lariyah Daniels

Lariyah is one busy lady - not only is she getting set to head out on tour with her band Hessler, but she's also got some new videos for Rock Solid Nutrition, and is working on her own workout video. But she's always got time for Elliott!
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Lem Barney

Football Hall-of-Famer Lem Barney was 1967's defensive rookie of the year, and went on to be selected to seven Pro Bowls. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest defensive backs in Detroit Lions history.He discusses his legendary career in Detroit, and meeting and working with the legendary Marvin Gaye.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Lem Barney
Although he was a three-time All-Southwestern Conference star who had intercepted 26 passes in three seasons at Jackson State, Lem Barney was a comparative unknown when he joined the National Football League as a second-round draft pick of the Detroit Lions in 1967. It took only a few games, however, for the 6-0, 188-pound speedster to become widely respected as one of the premier comerbacks in pro football. Barney originally was tested as a wide receiver but his exceptional skills as a defender could not be ignored. After a sensational rookie season, he was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year and selected to play in the Pro Bowl, something he would do six more times during his stellar career. Barney also tied for the NFL interception lead with 10. Three of his interceptions were returned for touchdowns, just one short of the then-all-time single-season record. Barney, a native of Gulfport, Mississippi, also won acclaim as a kick return specialist. Particularly early in his career, he saw duty on both the punt and kickoff return units, as well as playing full-time at comerback. He was highly feared as a big-play threat for good reason. In his 11-year tenure that ended after the 1977 campaign, Barney had a 98-yard kickoff return, a 94-yard field goal return, a 74-yard punt return and a 71-yard interception runback. His career record includes 56 interceptions for 1,077 yards, 143 punt returns for 1,312 yards and 50 kickoff returns for 1,274 yards. He scored 11 touchdowns on seven interceptions, two punt returns, one kickoff return and one field goal return. He also recovered 11 opponents' fumbles and doubled as the Lions punter in both 1967 and 1969. Barney was named All-NFL in 1968 and 1969 and All-NFC in 1972 and 1975.

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