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Lefty, Richie and Staci
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David and Elliott get into the spirit of March with a little madness. More specifically, the Hall of Fame Coach who started midnight madness Lefty Driesell. Plus, 6 time NBA All Star and NBA Coach of the Year Richie Guerin, and an in-studio visit with figure competitor, fitness model, personal trainer, motivational speaker and author Staci Boyer.
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Sports and Torts: Lefty Driesell
Lefty's no stranger to March basketball. After all, he coached 4 different teams to the NCAA Tournament. We look back on his long tenure at Maryland and more it this great interview.
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Sports and Torts: Staci Boyer
You want to get in great shape, but you need motivation. Well you're in luck - author, model and fitness instructor Staci Boyer is here to provide a little motivation for you. Or rather Motiv8nu.
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Sports and Torts: Richie Guerin
Richie Guerin was real scoring machine in his era, and hes considered one of the top 10 players to ever put on a New York Knicks uniform. He had a spectacular NBA career, both as a player and a coach. We'll touch on both in this conversation.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Staci Boyer
Staci Lynn Boyer is an award-winning master trainer with a master of fitness sciences certified through the ISSA and ACE. She is also an author, fitness educator, motivational speaker, wife, and mother. Her experiences span from 12 years as a Navy Hospital corpsman to 20 years in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, media representative, group exercise instructor, and general manager for Bally Total Fitness. Now owning her own business, Motiv8n.

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Lefty Driesell
Charles Grice "Lefty" Driesell served as the head coach at the University of Maryland, Davidson College, James Madison University, and Georgia State University. During his 41-year coaching career, Driesell led teams from each school to the NCAA Tournament and earned a reputation as a tireless recruiter. He is the only coach to win 100 games at four different colleges. With 786 victories, Driesell is the fifth winningest coach in NCAA history. He is also credited with inventing Midnight Madness, a celebration that coincides with a basketball team's first practice of the season, held on the Friday closest to October 15th. The first one was held at UMD- College Park's Cole Field House in 1970.

Richie Guerin
The 6'4" Guerin played with the National Basketball Association's New York Knicks from 1956 to 1963 and was a player-coach of the St. Louis/Atlanta Hawks franchise where he spent nine years. He served in the Marine Corps Reserve from 1947 to 1954. While a reservist, Guerin attended Iona College from 1950 to 1954 where he scored 1,375 points in 67 games. After graduation, Guerin served on active duty at Marine Corps Schools, Quantico, Virginia for two years. The Knicks drafted Guerin with the 8th pick in the second round of the 1954 NBA Draft while still on active duty. After leaving the Marine Corps, Guerin would begin his professional basketball career in 1956. As a high-scoring point guard in the late 50s and early 60s, Richie Guerin was one of the most talented and best-loved players ever to wear a New York Knicks jersey. His feisty on-court style and wisecracking off-court demeanor played well to Madison Square Garden crowds.Guerin was a machinelike scorer, a gifted passer, a smart playmaker, and one of the best rebounding and driving guards of his era. He led the Knicks in assists for five consecutive seasons and in scoring three times during his seven full seasons in the Big Apple, and he tallied more than 20 points per game in four consecutive years. The explosive Guerin also set Knicks single-game records for scoring (57 points in 1959) and assists (21 in 1958). A fan and media favorite, Guerin played in six consecutive NBA All-Star Games. As a team, however, New York struggled, reaching the playoffs only once during Guerin's tenure. He was traded to the St. Louis Hawks midway through the 1963-64 season and spent the next eight years as the team's player-coach and then head coach. With St. Louis (and eventually Atlanta), Guerin played alongside such greats as Bob Pettit, Lou Hudson, Lenny Wilkens, and Cliff Hagan. Guerin helped the Hawks to nine consecutive playoff appearances and was named NBA Coach of the Year for 1967-68