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Beauty, Brains, AND an expert at Fantasy Football? Sound too good to be true? It isn’t! Find out when we talk fantasy football & more with Playboy Playmate Pilar Lastra. Also on the program – Hall of Fame Running Back Floyd “The Franchise” Little and Oilers Great Charlie Hennigan

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Sports & Torts: Pilar Lastra
Whether you need help with your Fantasy Football team or advice on how to treat your lady, Pilar's offering up a little of both! She talks a little pigskin & shares some tips from her book Treat Me Like Your Car: A Man's Guide to Treating a Lady
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Sports & Torts: Hall of Famer Floyd Little
The former Broncos great tells us how he got his nickname, the honor of being inducted into the Hall of Fame, and why it's about time the Broncos went with Tebow as the starter.
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Sports & Torts: Charlie Hennigan
Charlie gives us the story behind his 101 catch season, and his desire to be in the NFL Hall of Fame
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Treat Me Like Your Car: A Man's Guide To Treating A Lady
Playboy Playmate, Deal or No Deal model, and Hot Laps host Pilar Lastra has rebuilt a 1990 Mustang using just a fifteen-dollar repair manual and junkyard parts. She’s not only fluent in hot rod; she also speaks the language of the opposite sex. All women (whether they know it or not) want to be treated like your car. Treat Me Like Your Car makes it just as easy. A little elbow grease is a small price to pay for a smooth ride.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Charlie Hennigan
Charlie Hennigan, from Louisiana’s Northwestern State University, joined the Houston Oilers in their first year, 1960, after having worked as a schoolteacher. He scored the first touchdown in Oilers history, but played in only 11 games. After a promising rookie season, in 1961 he started all 14 games and established himself as a superstar in the American Football League by gaining 1,746 yards receiving, a record that stood for 34 years. One of quarterback George Blanda’s main targets, Hennigan was the first professional football player to catch more than a hundred passes in a single season (101 in 1964) and to twice gain over 1,500 yards in pass receiving (1961 and 1964). He holds the all-time records for most games (3) in a season with over 200 yards receiving, and most games (11) in a season with over 100 yards receiving. Hennigan had the All-time AFL single game record of 272 yards receiving, against the Boston Patriots on October 16, 1961. He was an American Football League All-Star five straight years, 1961 through 1965, and is a member of the All-Time All-AFL second team. He went on to a successful career with a Doctorate in Education, and as a motivational guru with his Hennigan Institute. George Blanda points out that the AFL’s great defensive back Willie Brown was originally with the Oilers, but that he was let go because he couldn’t cover Hennigan in practice. Brown went to the Broncos and later the Raiders. In the Oilers’ last game of 1964, against the Broncos, Hennigan needed nine receptions to break the all-time mark of 100 in a season, set the year before by Denver’s Lionel Taylor. Hennigan caught his nine, against Willie Brown, who is now in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Blanda questions why Hennigan isn’t as well?

Hennigan for the Hall of Fame Website

Floyd Little
Floyd Little, a three-time All-America running back at Syracuse, was the Denver Broncos first round draft pick, sixth player selected overall, in the 1967 AFL-NFL Draft. Making him so appealing to the Broncos was the versatility he demonstrated at the collegiate level during his years with the Orangemen. Little’s multidimensional talents quickly translated into success at the pro level. At first, Denver utilized Little more as a return man. As a rookie he led the American Football League in punt returns with a 16.9 average on 16 returns. He scored the only touchdown on a punt return that season in the AFL courtesy of his 72-yard return against the New York Jets. Little also returned a career-high 35 kickoffs for 942 yards. His combined rushing and receiving yardage total that first season was just shy of 400 yards. As he refined his running style at the pro level, the Broncos continued to give him more carries each season. By his third year he averaged a league-high and career best 5.0 yards per carry. In 1971, he became the first 1,000-yard rusher in Denver Broncos history. He won the NFL rushing title that year as he finished with 1,133 yards on 284 carries and scored 6 touchdowns. Not only did his rushing load increase but his ability as a receiver out of the backfield was an integral part of the Broncos offense. He caught more than 25 passes in each of his final five seasons. Little also had a knack for finding the end zone, something he did often especially during a three-year stretch from 1971 to 1973 when he scored a combined 32 touchdowns via rushing and receiving. Little was named to two AFL All-Star Games and three AFC-NFC Pro Bowls. He was also named All-AFL/NFL twice and All-AFC first- or second-team four straight years. In all, Little amassed more than 12,000 all-purpose yards and scored 54 touchdowns during his career that spanned from 1967 to 1975. He gained 6,323 yards on 1,641 career carries and scored 43 touchdowns. He added 215 receptions for 2,418 yards and 9 TDs. Little totaled 893 yards on 81 career punt returns and a pair of scores; and returned 104 kickoffs for 2,523 yards in his nine-season career.

Floyd's Website

Pilar Lastra
Pilar Lastra may be best known for her suitcase-carrying skills on the popular NBC game show Deal or No Deal, but she is also the star of Playboy’s hit web series Hot Laps. She has appeared on numerous television shows and specials. She is a popular host on Sirius Satellite Radio, where she currently offers expert advice to other team leaders on her Fantasy Fantasy Football show. She is also the former host of The Playmate Hour on Sirius.

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