Wednesday • July 17
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Lovely Lariyah
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Lariyah Daniels more than just a pretty face. She's a professional model, singer and personal trainer. After last weekend's 2nd place finisg at the ABA Natural North America Bodybuilding, Figure and Fitness Championships, she can add Bikini Diva to that list.She joins the guys in studio. Plus - Baseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin and Pro Football Hall of Famer Billy Shaw
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Sports & Torts: Lariyah Daniels
Lariyah tells us how she managed to take second place at the Bikini Diva compettion without the benefit of a fake tan. We’ll also talk about how she manages to stay in such amazing shape, her modeling work & her Heavy Metal Band Hessler.
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Sports & Torts: Monte Irvin
There are very few guys left who can say they played against Satchel Page and Josh Gibson, and we were lucky to be able to have one of them on the show. Monte talks about his time in the Negro Leagues, playing in the same outfield as Bobby Thompson & Willie Mays, and why he was there to see Hank Aaron’s record-setting home run, while Bowie Kuhn wasn’t.
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Sports & Torts: Billy Shaw
The Buffalo Bills Hall of Famer talks about blocking for Cookie Gilchrist & OJ Simpson, choosing the AFL over the NFL, and provides a little insight into the NFL’s pension structure under the new CBA.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Lariyah Daniels
Lariyah Daniels is a professional model and photo model, published in numerous magazines, newspapers, ads, calendars and posters. She is a great choice for fitness, semi-fashion, glamour, beauty, swimwear, casual, advertisement /editorial, hair and make up art. Lariyah is always open for new challenges and brings her A game to the table for any challenge. Lariyah works full time as a a product specialist, spokesperson, trade show hostess, brand ambassador, and a promotional model. Marketing events are not only her job but also her passion. She is very out-going, friendly, open-minded, and fun to work with. At the same time she always stays profesional and focused on her duties. She's a true workaholic and she loves staying busy. She loves music, dancing, sports, arts, cooking and of course - marketing. Lariyah, as a one of the Chicago's leading promo models worked with the top brand names such NASCAR, Ferrari, IZOD Indy Racing, Cooper Tires, Victoria's Secret, Marvel Comics, Loop Radio, Q101 Radio, NOS Energy Drink, Lumineers, Axe Twist, Patron, Budweiser, DMG/Mori Seiki, XFactor, Lingerie Football League, Snickers, Fan Vision, Chicago Bears, Office Max, and many more.

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Lariyah's Website

 
Monte Irvin
Like many great black athletes of his time, Monte Irvin played out most of his Hall of Fame career in the Negro Leagues. However, he played an instrumental role during his eight seasons with the New York Giants helping them win two pennants. Irvin started his professional baseball career in the Negro Leagues at the early age of 17. He quickly developed into a power-hitting, smooth fielding, base stealing triple threat. 1951 proved to be a year to remember for Monte leading the League in RBI and completing the rare feat of stealing home in the World Series. During his career as Negro player, he was a five time selection to the All-Star team. Irvin's induction into the Hall of Fame in 1973 was "special." He was chosen by the Special Committee on Negro Leagues who had previously selected only three players: Josh Gibson, Satchel Paige and Buck Leonard.

Monte's Career Stats

 
Billy Shaw
In 1961, Billy Shaw, a 6-2, 258-pound All-America lineman out of Georgia Tech was drafted by both the Buffalo Bills of the American Football League and the Dallas Cowboys of the then-rival National Football League. Shaw, who played both offense and defense at Georgia Tech, felt his size and speed were better suited to guard, where the Bills – who drafted him in the second-round – planned to use him. He heard that Dallas had planned to use him as a linebacker. The fact that he went on to become one of the best and most-honored guards of the 1960s proves that he chose well. The stereotypical view of the AFL in the early 1960s was that of a pass-happy league. That, however, was not the case in Buffalo, where the Bills featured power running and a strong defense. Equally adept at pass blocking and run blocking, his ability to pull out in front of runners was a perfect fit for the Bills. In fact, because Buffalo’s runners tended to be more durable than fast, he sometimes was able to stay in front of them to make blocks far downfield. Shaw’s speed, strength, and natural ability made him “the driving force of the offensive unit” according to his former offensive line coach Jerry Smith. Especially effective on short-yardage scoring plays, Shaw would pull out from his left guard position followed by heavy-duty runners Cookie Gilchrist and Wray Carlton. Bills’ quarterback Jack Kemp or his super-sub Daryle Lamonica would follow the powerful trio of blockers – often untouched – into the end zone. The Bills of 1962, 1963, and 1964 still rank among the best in the team record book for most rushing touchdowns scored in a season. A key member of the Bills teams that won AFL titles in 1964 and 1965, Shaw was named a first-team All-AFL selection five times (1962 through 1966) and also a second team All-AFL choice in 1962, 1968 and 1969. He was selected to play in eight AFL All-Star Games and was named to the All-Time AFL Team. Named to pro football’s All-Decade Team of the 1960s, Shaw is the first Hall of Fame member to play his entire career in the AFL.

Billy's Career Stats