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We're celebrating Oktoberfest on Sports & Torts with one of Elliott's favorite lovely ladies - model, actress and St. Pauli's Girl Jennifer England! Plus - NFL Hall of Famer Ken Houston and former Red Sox GM Dan Duquette.
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Sports & Torts: Jennifer England
This beautiful lady is a model, actress, stuntwoman, proud Detroit Lions fan, and the current St. Pauli's Girl. She's celebrating Oktoberfest coast to coast, and in this interview, you'll find out where you can see her & that famous blue dress in person.
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Sports & Torts: Ken Houston
The 12-time pro bowler & NFL Hall of Famer talks about his years in the AFL with Houston, the trade that brought him to the Redskins, and what life's been like after football
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Sports & Torts: Dan Duquette
The former Red Sox GM gives his thoughts on Theo Epstein heading to the Cubs & who's going to replace him in Boston
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Jennifer England
England was born and raised in the suburbs of Lansing, Michigan along with her brothers, Kris and Jeff. England soon got into sports and instantly deemed herself a 'tomboy'. From an early age she participated in many sports including swimming and softball. Being a tomboy, England made an easy transition into the stunt world.In the summer of 2006 England was chosen as one of eight contestants for the WWE's 2006 Diva Search competition.[2] England made it to the finals along with Layla El. Eventually, Layla became the winner of the 2006 Diva Search which made England the runner up. England has appeared in the movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,Smokin' Aces,Transformers, G-Force, and Fast and Furious. She is a Guess model. She also was Miss Venus Swimwear International and Miss Hawaiian Tropic International. In April 2011 England was named the official 2011 St. Pauli Girl

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Ken Houston
Ken Houston excelled as the premier free safety of his era in a 14-year span that began with the 1967 Houston Oilers who drafted him in the ninth round of the AFL-NFL draft. He earned a starterís role by the third game of his rookie season. Two weeks later, in a game against the New York Jets, he scored two touchdowns, one on a 71-yard blocked field goal attempt, and the other on a 43-yard interception return. After excelling for six years with the Oilers, Ken was traded to the Redskins for five veteran players in 1973. The Redskins once referred to Houston as "pro football's most underrated super-star," but his capabilities were widely recognized. He won all-league acclaim with the Oilers in 1969 and 1971, and then was either All-Pro or All-NFC with the Redskins every year from 1973 to 1979. He was selected for either the AFL All-Star game or the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl 12 straight seasons from 1968 through 1979. With a long, fluid stride, he had excellent speed and quickness. His 6-3, 197-pound frame made him an ideal pass defender. Yet his lean, muscular body helped him to become a punishing tackler. Once he got his hands on the ball, he was a talented runner. Even before he finished his tenure with the Oilers, Houston had assured himself of a spot in the NFL record book by returning nine interceptions for touchdowns. He also tied two other records with four TDs on steals in one season and two interception touchdowns in a single game. Altogether, he stole 49 passes and returned them 898 yards. He also recovered 21 fumbles and scored 12 touchdowns, nine on interceptions and one each on a punt return, a fumble return, and a blocked field goal return.



 
Dan Duquette
A seasoned baseball executive with over 20 years experience with the Milwaukee Brewers, Montreal Expos, and recently as General Manager of the Boston Red Sox, Dan Duquette is respected internationally for his ability to assemble and lead a dynamic sports organization and to establish a world-class training program. He has been recognized as a key member of the top baseball organization six times and has been honored twice as the EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR.

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