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It's a full slate on this edition of Sports and Torts! Up first, Elliott chats with Playboy's Miss October 2013 Carly Lauren. Then, David & Elliott line it up with Buffalo Bills great Bruce Smith. Plus Larry Allen of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2013.

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Episode Segments:
Sports and Torts: Playmate Carly Lauren

Carly was discovered by Playboy on Instagram, and it's been a whirlwind ever since. The California beauty tells Elliott about her Playboy experience so far.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith was a dominant player during his 19 playing seasons with the Buffalo Bills (1985-1999) and the Washington Redskins (2000-03). His speed and strength made him one of the most feared defensive ends in the modern game. Teams routinely double, if not triple-teamed the former Outland Trophy winner and Virginia Tech All-America.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Larry Allen

Allen is among the rare group of players who have been named to multiple NFL All-Decade Teams (1990s and 2000s). A veteran of 203 career games, he played in two NFC championship games and was the starting right guard in the Cowboys 27-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX. He was named the NFL’s Offensive Lineman of the Year by the NFL Alumni in 1997 and by the NFL Players Association as the NFC Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1996 and 1997. -
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Carly Lauren
Carly Lauren is the Playboy Playmate for October 2013. It was time for Carly Lauren to cut loose and do something crazy. “I can be responsible,” says Carly, “but I can be a wild and spontaneous creature too. I definitely have a gypsy in my soul, so if I want to run away and join the circus, I will. And I do.” After juggling bartending, modeling, school (she just graduated with a business degree) and acting assignments, including gigs on Rules of Engagement and Suburgatory, the self-described “extremely ambitious” blonde was looking for that next thing while living on a remote California spread with her three horses. Then PLAYBOY discovered her on Instagram. As you can see, the greatest show on earth ensued. “I’m shy about a lot of things,” she says. “But not too shy about getting naked.” As you may guess, given her perfect figure, the 23-year-old is a workout fiend. “I’m at the gym every day. It just makes me happy. And when I’m alone, I’m always naked,” she says. “When I’m at my fittest is when I feel my sexiest.” We gathered a collection of vintage carnival tents and props so Carly could fulfill a dream of becoming the world’s sexiest ringmaster. “I want to turn people on,” she says. “It feels good to have people think I’m hot, so being Miss October will be fun and crazy. I’m ready for it!”

Carly on Facebook

Bruce Smith
The first player selected in the 1985 NFL Draft, Smith quickly established himself as a starter on the Bills defensive line. Named the AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year by the NFL Players Association, he went on to be named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1990 and 1996 and the AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 1987, 1988, 1990, and 1996. He also earned first-team All-Pro honors nine times and was selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls. Although Smith’s lightning quickness made him a devastating outside pass rusher, he was also devastatingly strong. “He is so strong,” proclaimed Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, “that he can bulldoze over you.” A key member of the Bills teams that won six AFC Eastern Division championships and four AFC titles, many observers feel that 1990 was Smith’s finest season. That year he recorded 19 quarterback sacks and his dominant play frequently changed the complexion of the game. Against the New York Jets in Week 3 he recorded six tackles, two sacks, defensed a pass, and forced two fumbles. In Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts, he sacked quarterback Jeff George four times in the first 20 minutes of the game. And in Super Bowl XXV he came up with one of the biggest plays of the game when he sacked New York Giants quarterback Jeff Hostetler in the end zone for a safety, giving the Bills a 12-3 lead. The NFL’s all-time career sack leader (200), Smith’s 13 seasons with 10 or more sacks is also an NFL record. Dedicated to staying in top physical condition, Smith was named to both the NFL’s All-Decade Teams of the 1980s and 1990s.

Bruce at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Website

Larry Allen
Allen was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the second round of the 1994 NFL Draft. He played college football at Sonoma State. At 6 ft 3 in height and weighing 325 pounds, Allen is regarded as one of the physically strongest men to have ever played in the NFL, having recorded a bench press of 705 lb (320 kg) and a squat of 905 lb (411 kg). An 11-time Pro Bowl selection, Allen played 12 seasons with the Cowboys and earned a Super Bowl ring with the team after a 27–17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX. He played his final two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers before signing a one-day contract with the Dallas Cowboys, allowing him to retire with the organization that drafted him, prior to the 2008 regular season. In his career, he played in more Pro Bowls than any other Dallas Cowboys offensive player in franchise history. On February 2, 2013, Allen was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Larry at the pro Football Hall of Fame