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The Lovely Ashley Lobo
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David and Elliott's first guest on the new show is Chicagos own Ashley Lobo. Ashley is a freelance reporter for the NBC Chicago Street Team, Nude Hippo, 24/7 Chicago, and Hawks TV. If that's not enough, she is also a former Ice Crew Girl for the Blackhawks, and you can catch her in the new movie The Dilemma with Vince Vaughn.
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Sports and Torts: Ashley Lobo
After the guys tell us what the new show is all about, Ashley Lobo tells us all about her work with Nude Hippo, the Ice Girls, her connection with the Fiesta Bowl, and her role in Vince Vaughn’s new movie.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Tommy McDonald
Tommy McDonald talks about his career and his famous hands that landed him on the cover of Sports Illustrated (and caught his Hall of Fame bust when it broke). He’s also got a lot of good things to say about Donovan McNabb & the Current Eagles.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Sam Huff
Sam doesn’t think the coaches of his day would put up with today’s showboating. We also get his perspective on the problems the Redskins are facing in the offseason, and get some behind-the-scenes stories about Jack Kent Cook, and the hit Chuck Bednarik put on Frank Gifford
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Ashley Lobo
Ashley Lobo is a Director of Client Relations for the nations leading matchmaking firm, Selective Search. By day she is a real life cupid to her clients and by night she reports on the hottest events and skates for the Chicago Blackhawks as an Ice Crew Girl. Ashley is a freelance reporter for the NBC Chicago Street Team, Nude Hippo, 24/7 Chicago, and Hawks TV. If that is not enough, Ashley is also a SAG actor and model. Ashley originally gained her experience through internships with ABC, Phoenix; Entertainment Tonight, Los Angeles; NBC's Nightly News with Tom Brokow, Chicago, and ESPN Sports, Chicago. Ashley graduated Cum Laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Barret Honors College at Arizona State University. In 2004, Ashley reigned as the Fiesta Bowl Queen and Spokesperson. After graduation, Ashley attended the APTRA Reporting Academy in California and received a scholarship for her outstanding news story. Ashley loves being involved in activities in front of as well as behind the camera. She has a wacky schedule, unusual fitness rituals and is a shopoholic.

Ashley's Facebook Page

Tommy McDonald
McDonald attended Roy High School in Roy, New Mexico, his freshman year, then moved to Albuquerque, where he graduated from Highland High School. He excelled as a running back at the University of Oklahoma, where he was coached by the renowned Bud Wilkinson and never played in a losing game. He received the Maxwell Award in 1956 and was an All-American in 1955 and 1956. McDonald was drafted in the third round of the 1957 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Over his 12-year career as a wide receiver, he helped lead the Eagles to a 1960 NFL Championship, was selected for six Pro Bowls, led the league in touchdown receptions twice (1958, 1960), and led the NFL in receiving yards once (1960). He also played for the Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, and Cleveland Browns. McDonald was the last non-kicker to play in the NFL without a facemask.[1] McDonald retired after the 1968 season with 495 receptions for 8,410 yards and 84 touchdowns, the second highest total of touchdown receptions in NFL history at the time. He also rushed for 22 yards and gained 1,459 yards and a touchdown returning punts and kickoffs on special teams, giving him 9,891 career all-purpose yards. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998. McDonald also dabbles in art. His portrait of Joe DiMaggio sold at auction for $4,000

Tommy's Carrer Stats

Sam Huff
Sam player linebacker played for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. He was an All-American guard at West Virginia University. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1982. He is an NFL legend, remembered best for his ability to stop even the best running backs, and to stop them violently. His best known feuds were with running backs Jim Taylor, and Jim Brown. Sam started his career with the Giants, in 1956, after being drafted in the third round. When coach Jim Lee Howell couldn't decide where to play him, Sam almost left the team before he was intercepted by assistant coach Vince Lombardi. When middle linebacker Ray Beck was injured, Huff stepped in and excelled. Beck would retire soon afterwards. That season, the Giants won the NFL Championship for the first time since 1938. Due to a combination of his talent, the Giants' success, and the fact that they played in New York, Huff became the most well-known defensive star of his time. He was featured on the November 30, 1959 edition of Time Magazine. He was also the subject of a CBS special "The Violent World of Sam Huff." Huff was one of the most physical defensive players in the annals of the NFL, viciously tackling other Hall of Fame players, hand-fighting at the line, and playing great pass defense, recording 30 interceptions, and at least one interception in each season he played.

Sam's Hall of Fame Page


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