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Danni and Bump
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The first 2014 program features Danni Allen and Bump Elliott as the interview guests. Danni is the Season 14 winner of The Biggest Loser, the popular weight-loss reality TV program on NBC. She opened a yoga studio — one2one — in December in Evanston, IL. She will talk about her TV experience, her new venture and more on the show. Bump is a former football player, coach and athletic director with deep ties to Michigan and Iowa.
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Sports and Torts: Danni Allen
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Sports and Torts: Bump Elliott
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Danni Allen
Danni is the winner of Season 14 of The Biggest Loser, which aired on March 18. At age 26, Danni was at her heaviest weight ever, 258 pounds. By the end of the show, she finished at a weight of 137 pounds; meaning that she lost 46.9% of her body weight, and 121 pounds in total. Born and raised in Illinois, Danni always had a passion for singing. As a member of one of the country’s top show choirs in high school, Danni had the opportunity to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. She graduated from Clemson University with a architecture degree and a minor in business administration . Danni looks forward to wearing a bikini and helping others who are dealing with their weight.

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Bump Elliott
Chalmers W. "Bump" Elliott (born January 30, 1925)[1] is a former American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator. He played halfback at Purdue University (1943–1944) and the University of Michigan (1946–1947). Elliott grew up in Bloomington, Illinois, enlisted in the United States Marine Corps as a senior in high school and was assigned to the V-12 Navy College Training Program at Purdue University. He received varsity letters in football, baseball, and basketball at Purdue, before being called into active duty in late 1944, serving with the Marines in China. After being discharged from the military, he enrolled at the University of Michigan in 1946 and joined the football team for whom his brother Pete Elliott played quarterback. In 1947, he played for an undefeated and untied Michigan football team known as the "Mad Magicians", led the Big Nine Conference in scoring, won the Chicago Tribune Silver Football trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the Conference, and was selected as an All-American by the American Football Coaches Association. After graduating from Michigan in 1948, Elliott spent ten years as an assistant football coach at Oregon State, Iowa, and Michigan. He was appointed as Michigan's head football coach in 1959 and held that position until 1968, leading the team to a Big Ten Conference championship and Rose Bowl victory in the 1964 season. For a period of 21 years, from 1970 to 1991, he was the athletic director at the University of Iowa. During his tenure as athletic director, he hired coaches Dan Gable, Hayden Fry, Lute Olson, C. Vivian Stringer, and Dr. Tom Davis, and the Iowa Hawkeyes won 41 Big Ten Conference championships and 11 NCAA titles. In 1989, Elliott was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.