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Alana, Randy and Dwight
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Playboy magazine's September Playmate is Brazilian beauty Alana Campos. And she also happens to be this week's featured lovely lady of Sports and Torts. And to help kick off the new NFL season, we've got two members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame - Dolphins Center Dwight Stephenson and Cowboys Defensive Lineman Randy White.
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Sports and Torts: Alana Campos

This Brazilian beauty is Playboy's Miss September 2012, but she's been wowing South America as a bikini model since she was 15! And now that she's made it onto the pages of Playboy, she has her sights set on another magazine...
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Sports and Torts: Dwight Stephenson

Hall of Famer Dwight Stephenson excelled at center for the Miami Dolphins for eight seasons from 1980 to 1987. An All-American at the University of Alabama, the 6-2, 255-pound Stephenson lived up to all his advance notices as a Dolphin, by becoming the premier center in the NFL.
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Sports and Torts: Randy White

The “Manster” (half man, half monster) was so quick that he was actually drafted to play linebacker. But Tom Landry wisely moved him to defensive tackle. And the rest is history. Randy White remains one of the greatest defensive linemen to ever play in the NFL. He was named to nine consecutive Pro Bowls and was NFL Defensive Lineman of the Year in 1978. He also was co-MVP of Super Bowl XII.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Alana Campos
Playboy magazine's September Playmate is Brazilian beauty Alana Campos. The 21-year-old was born and grew up in Florianopolis. “It’s beautiful there,” Alana says. “You’re completely surrounded by the ocean." The downside, if there is one? “All the girls are gorgeous. When you go out at night, you become just another pretty face. It’s very annoying.” Well, unless perhaps you're a guy lucky enough to be there. Alana began her modeling career after being discovered by Ford Models. “I never dreamed of becoming a model,” she says. “I actually wanted to become a flight attendant so I could travel for free.” Within three months of submitting photos to Playboy, she was was named Miss September. “I had never shot nude before or even gone topless on a beach,” Alana says. “To be honest, I wasn’t expecting a response.” Alana resides in Boise, Idaho (there has to be a story behind that) and will compete in the Miss Brazil USA beauty pageant in November.

Alana's Facebook Fan Page


Alana at Playboy.com

 
Dwight Stephenson
Stephenson was an All-American at the University of Alabama, under coach Bear Bryant. Bryant called Stephenson the best player he ever coached, regardless of position. He was drafted by Don Shula and the Dolphins in the second round of the 1980 draft. The 6'2", 255 pound center would eventually become regarded by many as the best center of all time, but was used on special teams only until late in the 1981 season, when Mark Dennard was injured. With the exceptionally explosive Stephenson as offensive captain, the Dolphins offensive line gave up the least sacks in the National Football League for a record 6 straight seasons, from 1982–1987, which doubled the length of the previous record. After he left, the Dolphins' line would continue to protect the pocket superbly, extending the record to 9 straight seasons. Stephenson on the Miami Dolphin Honor Roll at Dolphin Stadium. Stephenson was voted as an All-Pro five consecutive times from 1983 to 1987. He was selected to play on five Pro Bowl squads over the same span. He started at center in the AFC Championship Game three times, in 1982, 1984, and 1985. He was the starting center in the last two Dolphin Super Bowl appearances:Super Bowl XIX and Super Bowl XVII. In 1985, Dwight was the recipient of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. On December 12, 1994 he was added to the The Miami Dolphin Honor Roll. Despite the brevity of his career, in 1999, he was ranked number 84 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players. Also, in 1999, he was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2011 he was inducted into the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame, for his contributions to sports in southeastern Virginia. In 2005 he was named the Walter Camp Man of the Year. His son, Dwight Jr. was a linebacker and defensive lineman at the University of Notre Dame from 2003 to 2007.

The Dwight Stephenson Foundation

 
Randy White
Randy White, a 6-4, 257-pound All-America defensive end at the University of Maryland in 1974, was the Dallas Cowboys' first pick and the second player selected in the 1975 National Football League Draft. For the first two seasons he was tested at the middle linebacker position but he didn't develop into a super-star until his third season, when he became the starting right defensive tackle on a permanent basis. For the remainder of his 14- season, 209-game NFL career, White was an outstanding anchor of the Cowboys' excellent defensive line. White capped his first season as a regular by being named as the co-Most Valuable Player in the Cowboys' 27-10 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII. That year he began a string of nine straight seasons running through 1985 as an All-Pro selection. He also was named to nine straight Pro Bowls during that span. In 1978, White was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Year. What set Randy apart from the other Cowboys was not his ability to make big plays but his consistency and his willingness to work hard. At practice, his teammates would suffer just trying to keep up with him. Blessed with all the traits for a great defensive lineman – quickness, balance, toughness, ability, desire, intelligence and durability – White missed only one game in 14 seasons. He played in 209 regular season games, at the time of his election to the Hall of Fame in 1994, the second most by any Cowboy in history. White played in three Super Bowls and six NFC championship games. He recorded four sacks in the three Super Bowls, including two in Super Bowl X against Pittsburgh. In his regular season career, White was credited with 1,104 tackles, 701 solo tackles and 111 sacks.

Randy's Career Stats