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Tim Raines and Cliff Branch
We feature a lot of Hall of Famers on Sports and Torts, but this week, we're focusing on two guys that aren't in the Hall of Fame but deserve to be there: MLB's Tim Raines, who has the most stolen bases of any player not in the Hall, and wide reciever Cliff Branch, the only member of all three of Oakland's Superbowl teams.

Holy Toledo!
On this episode of SPORTS AND TORTS, David chats with Hall of Fame Broadcaster Milo Hamilton, long time play-by-play voice of the Astros, Braves, Cubs and Pirates. We'll also chat with College Baseball Hall of Fame Coach Bobby Winkles, the first varsity baseball coach at Arizona State University. He also managed the A's and Angels in the bigs.

Claude Osteen
This week on Sports and Torts, we feature former big league hurler and 3-time All-Star Claude Osteen. Claude pitched fos six teams in his MLB career, but is best remembered for being a part of the Dodgers rotation in the mid 60's to mid 70's.

Baseball's Darrell Evans
This time on Sports and Torts, David welcomes former big league 3rd baseman Darrell Evans. Darrell was a two-time all star and home run champion of the American League in 1985. He was also an essential part of the Detroit Tigers 1984 championship team. Overshadowed by Mike Schmidt during his career, Evans is nonetheless considered by some to be one of the most underrated players in MLB history.

Playmate of the Year Dani Mathers
It's a triple-play this week on Sports and Torts, starting with the gorgeous Dani Mathers, Playboy's 2015 Playmate of the Year! We'll also hear from Spencer Haywood who will be joining the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2015. Plus, we'll rewind on an interview we did a few years back with legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully.

Joey Amalfitano and Randy Cross
On this edition of Sports and Torts, David welcomes former Cubs manager Joey Amalfitano and football analyst and former 49ers offensive lineman Randy Cross

ENCORE SHOW: The Human Vacuum Cleaner
David and Elliott hit the hot corner for a conversation with the greatest defensive third baseman in major league history- Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson. We've also got a conversation with Chicagoland sports journalist Allison Moran, and Playboy's Playmate of the Year Kennedy Summers.

Miss May, Whitey and Webb
It's a threesome on this week's edition of Sports and Torts! Up first, we have the beautiful Brittany Brousseau, who is Playboy's Playmate of the Month for May. Then, we'll talk Baseball with Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog. Plus, we talk NFL with former Dolphins and Bengals offensive lineman Richmond Webb.

The Tyler Rose
On this edition, David lines it up with one of the best power backs in NFL history: NFL Hall of Famer Earl Campbell. We'll also catch up with the 1978 NL Rookie of the Year and College Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Horner.

The Gold Dust Twins
This week's Sports and Torts features two storied members of the Red Sox who helped make 1975 a historic year for the team: outfielders Fred Lynn and Hall of Famer Jim Rice. Beat writer Peter Gammons gave them the nickname The Gold Dust Twins during Lynn's incredible rookie season, when he won MVP and rookie of the year honors, and the Sox went all the way to the World Series.

Remembering Lon Simmons
Hall of Fame broadcaster Lon Simmons whose career spanned five decades calling San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics and 49ers games, died this past weekend at the age of 91. Lon was one of the Bay Area's true play-by-play legends, and David and Elliott had the honor of speaking with him about his career back in the summer of 2013. We will revisit that interview this week.

Roger Craig
On this episode, we'll head to the mound with the master of the split-finger fastball, former MLB pitcher and Manager Roger Craig. Roger is a four-time World Series Champ, three as a player and one as a pitching coach for the Tigers.

Cey and Carnesecca
Get ready for baseball and baskets! This week's Sports and Torts features former Dodgers and Cubs third baseman Ron Cey and legendary St. John's basketball coach Lou Carnesecca.

Jim Palmer
On this edition of Sports and Torts, Elliott and David are talking baseball with 3-time Cy Young Award Winner and Baseball Hall of Famer Jim Palmer.

The Class of 2015
On this edition of Sports and Torts, David and Elliott welcome two more members of the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2015 - Steelers Running Back Jerome Bettis and Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Lineman Will Shields.

Miss March and the Class of 2015
This week's Sports and Torts features the beautiful Chelsie Aryn who is Playboy's Playmate for March 2015. We're also honored to welcome two men who will be enshrined in Canton later this summer - Raiders Wide Receiver Tim Brown and Niners and Cowboys Defensive End Charles Haley.

Photo courtesy of Playboy

Ken Anderson and Bill McCartney
David and Elliott are back in the huddle for another edition of Sports and Torts. This week, we feature former Bengals QB Ken Anderson and former Colorado Head Football Coach Bill McCartney.

Jim Ray Smith
On this episode, David and Elliott line it up with former Baylor University & Cleveland Browns lineman Jim Ray Smith. Smith was remarkably fast for his position, and was famous for clearing the path for Jim Brown.

John Wooten
This week's featured guest is John Wooten of Cleveland Browns fame. Wooten blocked for three Hall of Fame Running Backs during his nine seasons with the Browns, including Jim Brown. Currently, he is chairman of the Fritz Pollard Alliance Foundation, which helps promote diversity in NFL front office, coaching and scouting staffs.

Baines and Brown
On this edition of Sports and Torts, we step up to the plate with former White Sox and Orioles slugger Harold Baines. Plus, former NFL defensive lineman Roger Brown who was a part of two different Fearsome Foursomes with the Lions and the Rams.

Miss February 2015
Playboy's Miss February Kayslee Collins is a triple-threat- she's a model, singer and songwriter. And she's also our first guest on this week's Sports and Torts. Plus, we'll catch up with one of the Purple People Eaters - former Vikings defensive end Jim Marshall.

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Charley Winner
This week on Sports and Torts, we spend the hour with former NFL Head Coach Charley Winner. Charley had a very interesting career to say the least, which began with Weeb Ewbank in the 1950's, and lasted until the 1990's with Don Shula and the Dolphins. He has some great stories to share.

Jackie Sherill
This week's featured guest is former college head coach Jackie Sherill. As a player, he won two national championships playing for Bear Bryant. As a coach, he groomed Dan Marino for the pros at Pitt, and turned around a struggling program at Mississippi State. He's now a broadcaster for Fox Sports Net. We'll cover all this and more in our hour-long chat.

Bob Kuechenberg
Bob Kuechenberg is one of South Florida’s most beloved sports legends. He is considered the most versatile offensive lineman in NFL history. During his 15 year career with the Miami Dolphins, Bob was one of Coach Don Shula’s star players, playing all three offensive line positions. We look back on his Hall of Fame worthy career in this hour long interview.

The Secretary of Defense
Elliott and David spend the hour with former all-pro defensive lineman Dexter Manley. We'll talk about his career on the field, and his issues off the field; the drug addiction that led to his banishment from the National Football League, the struggle to hide his illiteracy, and the spread of such problems in collegiate and professional sports.

College Coaching Legends
Our focus this week is on College football, and we've got two great names to talk about it- Lou Holtz, the only college coach to lead six different programs to bowl games and the only coach to guide four different programs to the final top 20 rankings, and FSU's Bobby Bowden who holds the NCAA record for most career wins and bowl wins by a Division I FBS coach.

Wally Triplett
David and Elliott are honored to welcome a true sports pioneer to the program. Wallace "“Wally” Triplett was the first African-American starter for the Penn State varsity football team. He was also the first African-American to earn a varsity letter (1946) and the first African-American to be drafted by and play for an NFL team (1949).

Jim Plunkett and Barry Switzer
On this edition, David and Elliott get in the huddle with former Raiders QB Jim Plunkett, who has a Heisman Trophy and two Super Bowl rings. And speaking of Super Bowl rings, we've also got Barry Switzer on the program, who coached the Cowboys the championship, and also coached the Oklahoma Sooners to three NCAA national titles.

Miss December and Mark Clayton
Miss December 2014 Elizabeth Ostrander is one of the most adventurous Playmates ever. She is also the final Playmate of Playboy’s 60th anniversary year, and our guest this week on Sports and Torts. We also talk NFL with former Dolphins WR and Dan Marino's favorite target Mark Clayton.Photo Courtesy of Playboy

Author Roland Lazenby
Elliott and David spend a fascinating hour with Roland Lazenby, author of Michael Jordan: The Life, the definitive biography of the legendary athlete. Roland will share some stories from the book, and how he gathered the info for this bestseller.

Gene Stallings and Dick Vermeil
Football is all about coaching, and this week, we have two of the best! Legendary Alabama head coach Gene Stallings and Dick Vermeil of the Eagles, Rams and Chiefs.

Dan Reeves and Ronnie Lott
This week on Sports and Torts, we chat with legendary NFL head coach Dan Reeves, who played or coached in a record nine Super Bowls. And speaking of Super Bowls, we'll also feature a Hall of Famer who was part of four championship teams - Ronnie Lott, one of the greatest defensive backs to ever play the game.

Miss November Gia Marie
On this week's edition of Sports and Torts, we have Playboy Playmate Miss November 2014 Gia Marie, and former NFL standout Everson Walls, one of the most prolific and decorated defensive backs to ever play the game.

Actress Angie Dickinson
Actress Angie Dickinson has starred in more than 50 films and worked with directors from Howard Hawks to Roger Corman. She's best known best known for her roles in the films Dressed to Kill and Ocean's Eleven, and on the hit 1970s television series Police Woman. We'l talk to her about her career which has lasted more than six decades.

Ricky Watters
Ricky Watters is on a very short list of players to win championships on the grade school, high school, college, and pro levels. And since his retirement, he's carried on the work of a champion off the field as well, working with youth charities and helping retired NFL players.

Miss October and Wilber Marshall

Roxanna June, a 23-year-old model originally from Toronto, Canada, is Playboy magazine’s October 2014 Playmate of the Month, and our guest on this episode of Sports and Torts. We'll also talk a little pigskin with College Football Hall of Fame LB Wilber Marshall, who you may remember from the 1985 Superbowl Champion Bears or 1991 Redskins.

Osborne and Dickey
On this episode, we welcome two college Hall of Fame coaches to the program; Nebraska's Tom Osborne, one of the most successful coaches in NCAA history, and Doug Dickey of Tennessee and Florida.

Howard Schellenberger
Howard Schnellenberger learned his trade from two of the all-time greats, Paul "Bear" Bryant and Don Shula. He saved football at two proud universities. He launched football at a third. He has sent more than 60 college stars on to professional football careers. His stories about those players and the secrets to his remarkable success are the subject of his new memoir Passing the Torch: Building Winning Football Programs...with a Dose of Swagger Along the Way. He shares some of those stories in an entertaining interview with Elliot and David.

Tim McCarver
On this episode, we're talking baseball with Hall of Fame Broadcaster Tim McCarver. We'll also hear from John Hadl, the former Chargers QB, who is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

Pigskin Talk and Miss September
Meet Canada's Stephanie Branton, who is also Playboy's Miss September 2014, and our guest on this week's episode. Plus, College Football Hall of Famer from the Dallas Cowboys Lee Roy Jordan, and former Minnesota Vikings Center Mick Tingelhoff, who is a finalist for the Hall of Fame Class of 2015.

Roman Gabriel
This week on Sports and Torts, David and Elliott get in the huddle with former NFL quarterback Roma Gabriel. He played under center for the Los Angeles Rams for 11 seasons, and for the Eagles for 5. He was considered to be one of the best QB's in the league during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Hall of Fame Wide Recievers
This week's Sports and Torts features Pro Football Hall of Fame receivers Charley Taylor and Lance Alworth. Taylor is a member of the Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, and was the NFL's all time leading receiver at the time of his retirement. Alworth was considered by some to be the top receiver in all of pro football during the 1960's.

Cards and Bills
We have a triple play on this week's episode! We have two members of the NFL Cardinals - Hall of Fame Tight End Jackie Smith, and wide receiver Bobby Joe Conrad. Plus, we'll rewind on an interview we did last fall with Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly.

Mr. Clean and the Bull
On this week's Sports and Torts, David and Elliott are talking baseball, first with 10-time All-star and 1974 NL MVP Steve Garvey. Then we have former Phillies and White Sox Slugger Greg Luzinski, who was one of the top sluggers in MLB back in the 70's.

Talkin' with the Hawk
This week’s show features Ken “Hawk” Harrelson, the former big-league baseball player and pro golfer and currently the television play-by-play voice of the Chicago White Sox.

Johnny Majors
On this episode, Elliott and David spend the hour with Johnny Majors, a former star at Tennessee who went on who went on to become a successful college coach at Iowa State, Pitt and his alma matter.

Kush and Munoz
This week's guests are Former ASU and Colts Head Coach Frank Kush and Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive tackle Anthony Munoz. Did you know Kush was a 5-foot-7, 150-pound lineman at Michigan State before rising to prominence as the coach at Arizona State? Did you know Munoz also was a pretty good pitcher at Southern Cal? Learn more cool facts about these outstanding men by checking out the show!

Talking Baseball History
This week on Sports and Torts, we have shortstop Lennie Merullo, the last surviving player from the 1945 Chicago Cubs. We'll also speak with former big league hurler Ernie Broglio, who just celebrated the 50th anniversary of the June 15, 1964 trade that sent him from the St. Louis Cardinals for a guy named Lou Brock.

The Playmate of the Year
When last spoke with the gorgeous Kennedy Summers, she was just Miss December. But now she's back, and she's the newly crowned Playboy Playmate of the Year. Plus, pigskin talk with 2014 Hall of Fame inductee Aeneas Williams, and Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor.


Minnie Minoso
David Spada spends the hour with former White Sox star Minnie Minoso. David sat down with the Sox legend at US Cellular Field for a look back at his career on the South Side, and in Major League Baseball; a career that spanned an amazing five decades.

Sky High for 2014
Elliott visited the WNBA's Chicago Sky on media day, and brought back interviews with head coach Poke Chatman, Assistant coach Wayne "Tree" Rollins, Center Sylvia Fowles, and rookies Markeisha Gatling and Gennifer Brandon. Plus, baseball Hall of Famer Tony Perez of the Cincinnati Reds.

In the Outfield with Billy and Jim
On this edition, we're headed to the outfield for conversations with two Hall of Famers. First, it's Cubs legend Billy Williams, and then we'll hear from the Red Sox Jim Rice. Plus, bikini competitor Lisa Eveleth tells us about her new non-profit LIVEFIT WITH LUPUS.

Dani and the Hawk
We kick off the month of May with Miss May - Playboy Playmate Dani Mathers. Plus, an in-depth chat with Expos and Cubs legend Andre Dawson.


Mad Dog and Marichal
It's a baseball-cenric edition of Sports and Torts, as David and Elliott welcome baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Juan Marichal and four-time National League batting champion Bill 'Mad Dog' Madlock.

A Pair of Aces
This week, David and Elliott head to the mound with a pair of Hall of Fame Hurlers: the master of the knuckle ball Phil Niekro, and one of the pioneers of modern relief pitchers Rollie Fingers.

Thurman and Dan
David and Elliott chat with Pro Football Hall of Famers Dan Fouts and Thurman Thomas. Plus, a Throwback Thursday to when WNBA Superstar Elena Delle Donne met the Chicago Media (Including Elliott) for the first time.

Walter and Shanice
Elliott and David line it up with Pro Football Hall of Fame 2014 inductee Walter Jones of the Seattle Seahawks. We'll also meet the lovely Shanice Jordyn, Playboy's Playmate of the Month for April.

Rod and Jerry
This week's SPORTS AND TORTS features Pro Football Hall of Famer Rod Woodson from the Steelers, Niners, Ravens and Raiders, and comedian Jerry Van Dyke from Coach and the Middle.

Kickin' it with Ray Guy
This summer, Ray Guy will join the ranks of the all time greats when he is enshrined in Canton as the first pure punter in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Elliott and David talk with him about the honor and his career.

True Britt
This week's featured guests are Playboy Playmate of the Month for March Britt Linn, and former Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall, who still is going strong at age 85 as a radio personality on a program he co-hosts with former Louisville coach Denny Crum.

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April in March
This week’s guests are the lovely and talented April Rose, a longtime favorite of the program who has a hockey show set to debut March 7 on Comcast SportsNet, and former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver John Stallworth, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Andre Reed and Bill Bradley
This week, we catch up with the most prolific wide receiver in Buffalo Bills history, and one of the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Andre Reed. Plus, Bill Bradley, the former Princeton University and New York Knicks basketball star who went on to become a U.S. senator and presidential aspirant.

Bobby Leonard and Ron Mix
Elliot and David hit the hardwood with Bobby "Slick" Leonard, the winningest coach in ABA history, who was just elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Plus, NFL Hall of Famer Ron Mix of the San Diego Chargers.

The Class of 2014
This week, we're honored to welcome two gentlemen who will be enshrined with the all time greats in Canton later this year: Derrick Brooks, standout linebacker for the Tampa Bay Bucs, and Claude Humphrey, defensive lineman for the Eagles and Falcons.

Frank and Fred
This week's featured guests on Sports and Torts are former Arkansas Razorbacks head coach and ABC Sports color commentator Frank Broyles, and Fred Dean, Hall of Fame defensive end from the Chargers and 49ers.

Keith Jackson
Elliott and David spend the hour with broadcasting legend Keith Jackson. For more than 30 years, Keith was the voice of college football for ABC, and is considered by most to the gold standard for announcing college football games.

Tom and Dave
On this week's Sports and Torts, Elliott and David speak with two more members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame - 49ers Linebacker Dave Wilcox, and Rams offensive lineman Tom Mack.

Mr. Clutch
Elliott and David spend the hour with Celtics great Sam Jones. The Basketball Hall of Famer was one of the linchpins of the fabulous Boston juggernaut of the 1950s and 1960s. The Celtics won 10 NBA Championships in the 12 years he played with the team.

Danni and Bump
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.

ENCORE SHOW: E and the Big O
On this week's Sports and Torts, Elliott and David step onto the hardwood to talk with a legend and a legend in the making. WNBA Superstar Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky stops by the studio for a chat, and then we'll talk with one of the NBA's all time greats Oscar Robertson.

aka Gwendolyn Pierce
You may remember actress Jennifer Runyon from Charles in Charge, Ghostbusters or a very Brady Christmas. (David Spada sure does!). We'll talk to her about her careen, her famous co-stars and her plans to return to acting. Plus, a conversation with Hall of Fame Linebacker Rickey Jackson, who was recently inducted into the New Orleans Saints inaugural Ring of Honor.

Breaking the Ice with Allison Papp
Elliott and David are joined in studio by model/actress Allison Papp . She will discuss her career and being a brand ambassador for Icebreaker, an active lifestyle clothing store that recently opened in downtown Chicago. Plus, we'll talk hoops with Basketball Hall of Famer Jamaal "Smooth as Silk" Wilkes.

Summers in the Winter
Playboy's Miss December Kennedy Summers, is not only beautiful, she's also a med student! She joins Elliott to talk about her centerfold and the Playboy experience so far. Plus, David and Elliott catch up with the greatest player in USFL history, although he was no slouch in the NFL, either - Herschel Walker.

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Miss October and More
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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Jim Kelly and John Hannah
On this episode, David and Elliott get in the huddle with Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly of Buffalo Bills Fame. Plus, the New England Patriots' John Hannah, widely considered to be be one of the greatest offensive lineman in NFL history.

Willie Roaf
Elliott and David spend the hour with Willie Roaf, the outstanding offensive lineman from the Saints and Chiefs, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2012. Just this past weekend, he joined Archie Manning & Sports and Torts upcoming guest Rickey Jackson as the inaugural members of the New Orleans Saints' Ring Of Honor.

Ashley and Forrest
On this week's episode, Elliott and David strike a pose with the lovely Ashley Kurtenbach, a Bikini Competitor who's in training for her next competition. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Famer Forrest Gregg, a nine-time Pro Bowler for Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers.

Rocking with Lariyah
Elliott catches up with one of Sports and Torts' favorite females- NPC Bikini Competitor, personal trainer, and Hessler lead singer Lariyah Daniels, who's looking to add artist to that already impressive resume. Plus - we revisit the Pittsburgh Steeler glory days of the 1970's with Pro Football Hall of Famer Jack Ham.

On the Line with Bob and Ron
This week, David and Elliott line it up with a couple of guys who carved out Hall of Fame careers on the offensive line - Bob St. Clair of the Sajn Francisco 49ers and Ron Yary of the Minnesota Vikings.

Rayfield Wright
Elliott and David spend the hour with Pro Football Hall of Famer Rayfield Wright. With Wright anchoring the offensive line, the Cowboys went to five Super Bowls and won two.

Jim Taylor and Yale Lary
This week, Elliott and David speak with Packers Legend Jim Taylor, the first player from the Vince Lombardi era to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We'll also hear from Yale Lary, another Pro Football Hall of Famer who was a key cog in the Detroit Lions great defenses of the 1950's and 60's.

Catching Up with Don Maynard
We spend the entire hour with Pro Football Hall of Famer Don Maynard of New York Jets fame. Don is one of only five players to record 50 or more receptions and more than 1000 receiving yards five times. He was also Joe Namath's favorite target back in the Jets Heyday in the 1960's.

Chatting with Pokey Chatman
This week's edition of Sports and Torts features Chicago Sky coach Pokey Chatman and Pro Football Hall of Famer Mel Renfro, who starred at defensive back for the Dallas Cowboys.

Fantasy Football with Pilar Lastra
Millions of Americans are obsessed with fantasy football. We here at Sports and Torts are obsessed with beautiful women. So this week, we thought we'd combine the two with former Playboy Playmate Pilar Lastra, who's now a Fantasy Football expert on Sirius XM radio. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Langer, considered to be one of the greatest centers of all time.

Miss September
On this week's episode, we've got the gorgeous Bryiana Noelle, Playboy's Playmate for September. Then, we talk pigskin with Pro Football Hall of Famer Hugh McElhenny, who was a part of the San Francisco 49ers Million Dollar Backfield of the late 1950's.

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Bob Griese and Marv Levy
On this week's episode, David and Elliott speak with wo more members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Former Dolphins QB Bob Griese, and legendary coach Marv Levy.

Remembering Art Donovan
The NFL lost a great lineman and an even greater storyteller with the recent passing of Hall of Famer Art Donovan. David and Elliott had the pleasure of interviewing the Colts legend a few weeks before his passing, and will share that interview on this week's program. We'll also hear from Jan Stenerud, the only pure kicker inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Paul and the Playmate
On this edition of Sports and Torts, Elliott and David go deep with Pro Football Hall of Famer Paul Warfield, one of the premier wide receivers ever to have played in the National Football League. Plus, Playboy's August Playmate of the month Val Keil talks tattoos and more in a revealing conversation!

Photo courtesy of Playboy.

Broadcasting Legend Lon Simmons
On this episode, David and Elliott spend the hour with 2004 Ford C. Frick award recipient Lon Simmons. The Hall of Fame broadcaster was the voice of the San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco 49ers. Lon one of the Bay Area's true play-by-play legends, and it was our honor to talk to him.

Sky High with Courtney
Elliott and David hit the hardwood with in-studio guest Courtney Vandersloot - Chicago Sky point guard and former Gonzaga standout. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Fame Linebacker Sam Huff.

Bears Legend Richard Dent
Elliott and David line it up with Pro Football Hall of Famer, and Super Bowl XX MVP Richard Dent. Plus - Playboy's Miss July Alyssa Arce.

Conversations with Cardinals Legends
On this week's edition, David and Elliott will have a pair of former St. Louis Cardinals of the pro football variety. Featured will be Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive backs Larry Wilson and Roger Wehrli.

Curley and Da Coach
Elliott and David welcome legendary Chicago Bears Head Coach Mike Ditka to the program. Plus, six-time Pro Bowl Defensive Lineman Curley Culp, who will be joining the ranks of the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer.

Moon and Page
On this week's show, Elliott and David get in the huddle with QB Warren Moon. He is one of only two people to be enshrined in both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Fame. Plus, former Minnesota Vikings Defensive Tackle Alan Page. Not only is he in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but he's currently serving on the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Miss June and a Couple of Hall of Famers
Audrey Aleen Allen graces the pages of Playboy this month as Miss June. She also graces us with her presence on this week's program. Also on the show - Pro Football Hall of Fame Linebacker from the Kansas City Chiefs Willy Lanier, and one of the greatest running backs to ever play in the NFL, Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson.

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Gino Marchetti
This week, we spend the hour with one the game’s greatest and most feared defensive ends to play pro football - Colts legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Gino Marchetti.

Swimming with the Dolphins
On this week’s show are a pair of Miami Dolphins legends and Pro Football Hall of Fame members: coach Don Shula and offensive guard Larry Little.

Packers Legends
This week's episode features two legendary members of the Green Bay Packers: Hall of Fame Quarterback Bart Starr and Hall of Fame Halfback Paul Hornung.

Bobby Bell
This week's episode features an hour long conversation with Bobby Bell, the first Kansas City Chiefs player to be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Playboy's Miss May 2013
April showers bring May flowers, and we've got quite the lovely flower on this week's show - it's California Girl Kristen Nicole, who also happens to be Playboy's Miss May. We'll also talk pigskin with Pro Football Hall of Famer Raymond Berry, who was one of Johnny Unitas' go-to guys with the Baltimore Colts. Berry also coached the Patriots to s Superbowl appearance.

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The Art of the Knuckleball
The guests on this week's program are former White Sox pitcher Wilbur Wood — considered widely as the best left-handed knuckleball pitcher in big-league history — and Martha Jo Black. Martha Jo works for the White Sox and deals with fan experience. More than that, she is the daughter of Joe Black, the 1952 National League Rookie of the Year as a right-handed pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Center of Attention
Today we feature two guys who put together hall of fame careers in their respective sports at the center position - Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Otto of Oakland Raiders Fame, and Basketball Hall of Famer Wes Unseld of The Baltimore/Washington Bullets.

Brooklyn's Ralph Branca
This week, we welcome former Dodgers pitcher Ralph Branca. When Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line in 1947, Branca took the bold move of standing alongside Robinson during pregame ceremonies at Ebbets Field. Their relationship is featured in the new movie 42. Also on the program is Jamie Barwick, rookie tight end for the Chicago Bliss of the Legends Football League.

On the Mound with Fergie
David & Elliott welcome Cubs legend and baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Ferguson Jenkins. Plus - Basketball Hall of Famer Adrian Dantley.

The Iceman Cometh
On this week's episode, Elliott and David hit the hardwood with basketball legend George The Iceman Gervin, master of the finger roll.

The Bunny and the Rabbit
This week's lovely lady is freshly minted Playboy Playmate (Miss April 2013) Jaslyn Ome. It doesn’t get much better than that. Well, it does — but only slightly. Jaslyn is scheduled to be on the show via Skype. To have her as an in-studio guest would be ideal. Hard to believe she would rather be in California enjoying the warmth there rather than be in Chicago with its winter weather. We'll also go one-on-one with Basketball Hall of Famer Elgin Baylor.

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What's Cooking with Lisa Marie Varon
Wrestling’s Lisa Marie Varon (TNA's Tara — also formerly WWE’s Victoria) as the featured female on this week’s episode. Tara will be part of the March 14 TNA Impact Wrestling Live televised event at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates, Ill. March 14 also marks the opening of Lisa Marie’s restaurant The Squared Circle (2418 N. Ashland, Chicago). Plus - learn about The Chicago Area Alternative Education League, a not-for-profit organization that has been providing a full spectrum of academic and athletic programs to the Chicagoland area's most at-risk youth since 1977.

Lariyah and Lem
This week's in-studio is the lovely Lariyah Daniels. She is the multi-talented personality who is a model, personal trainer, singer and more. Plus, Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback Lem Barney,one of the Lions' all-time great defensive players.

Miss March
Ashley Doris is the first ever Playmate from Connecticut, and you can find her in the March 2013 issue of Playboy Magazine. And as luck would have it, you can also find her right here on Sports and Torts! Plus - Randall McDaniel, Hall of Fame Vikings Offensive Guard.

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Team F.A.B. on the way to the Arnolds
This week's episode features Pro Football Hall of Famer John Randle and Christina Clausen & Caryn Paolini of Staci Boyer's Team F.A.B. who will be participating in the Arnold Sports Festival Feb. 28-March 3 in Columbus, Ohio.

Charlie and Samantha
After 44 years in the NFL, including 21 with the Chargers , Hall of Famer Charlie Joiner retired from the NFL in January. We talk to him about his remarkable career as a player and a coach. Plus, NPC Bikini Competitor Samantha Slaven beat the odds, lost the weight and transformed her life. She joins us live in studio to talk about her training, her transformation and her next competition.

Elliott & David spend the hour with former Rams defensive end and Pro Football Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood. Youngblood was rugged, determined, a dominant defender and the Rams’ perennial quarterback sack leader. He played in a Rams’ record 201 consecutive games and only missed one game in 14 seasons. Teammate Merlin Olsen called him the perfect defensive end.

A Conversation with Rosey Grier
On this episode, we spend the entire hour with former New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Rosey Grier is the guest. He has fascinating tales to tell — from his humble beginnings working the fields as a child in Georgia to becoming a standout player at Penn State to the NFL and beyond.

The Purple and Gold
Today's episode features two of the Minnesota Vikings' all-time greats, who also happen to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: defensive back Paul Krause, who still holds the NFL record for most interceptions, and defensive end Chris Doleman, who just joined the Hall's ranks last summer.

Sports Divas Inc
This week’s guests are former Baltimore Colts star Lenny Moore and Monica Murphy-Vargas, founder of SportsDivas, Inc. Her realm includes, an internet site that focuses on Chicago’s pro sports scene from a female perspective.

Sonny and Strikes
Decades before RGiii was even born, Sonny Jurgensen riddled enemy defenses for the Redskins with picture-perfect bullets. We catch up with the Hall of Famer for a look back at his amazing career. Plus, Kelly Kulick, the first woman to win a national title on the male dominated Professional Bowlers Association.

Dermontti and Dorsett
This week, we add to our ever-growing roster of Hall of Fame guests with Cowboys legend Tony Dorsett and the Steelers Dermontti Dawson from the Class of 2012. Plus, we have a "Wynning" in-studio guest - Wynne Lacey, a former Luvabull who created the Chicago Blackhawks Ice Crew and IFL Chicago Slaughter Dancers.

Shannon The Loop Rock Girl
Beauty, brains and trained in combat by the US Marine Corps. Yes, Shannon the 2012 Loop Rock Girl is not just another pretty face, as you'll find out when she joins Elliott live in studio. Plus, Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent and dual Hall of Famer for both his performance on the field and in the broadcast booth Dan Dierdorf.

Make way for the BBA
Ready or not, the Bikini Basketball Association is headed to a town near you! Chicago's franchise will be known as The Chicago Crave. The Crave's owner is the lovely Korie Kellogg and she sits down with Elliott to talk about the league and her team. Plus, Elliott and David catch up with Hall of Fame wide receiver Fred Bilenikoff, who Raiders fans remember as the MVP of Superbowl XI.

By the Numbers
Bob Rosenberg has been a fixture of the Chicago sports scene for decades, but you might not know it. He's the official scorer for the Bulls and White Sox, and has kept score for virtually every pro sports team in town. And speaking of sports teams, there's a new one coming to Chicago - The Soul kick off their first season in the MISL this weekend, and Payal Patel, executive director of media and public relations for the team will join us with all the details.

Movin' on Up with Kelly, Nick and Marla
This week's guests are Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti of the Dolphins,and former Chicago Luvabulls dancer Kelly Wilson. Kelly recently participated in her first bikini competition and took home a second-place trophy. Plus, actress Marla Gibbs of The Jeffersons and 227 fame.

Jim Brown and Jennie Finch
When you talk about the greatest players in NFL history, no doubt Jim Brown is near, if not the top of the list. We caught up with the Hall of Famer for a talk about his career on and off the field. Then, Jennie Finch is arguably the most famous women's softball player ever. Elliott caught up with her when she had her number retired by the Chicago Bandits.

Catching Up with Nicole
This week’s lineup includes IFBB Bikini Pro (and Sports and Torts Favorite) Nicole Moneer. Nicole recently competed in the Sheru Classic in India and placed third in a world-class competition. Also on the program - Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions will tell us about the latest batch of sports memorabilia he has up for auction.

Lombardi's Left Side
This week's show feature two former Green Bay Packers greats, Dave Robinson and Herb Adderley. The two have co-authored a book titled Lombardi’s Left Side that has produced some notice because Adderley criticizes Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landy (Adderley played for the Cowboys, too) for employing a racial quota. Adderley details that charge during his interview.

The Danimal
Elliott and David line it up with Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Hampton. This former Bears defensive end talks up the current team every week on the radio, so we thought we'd give him a chance to talk himself up a bit, in our extensive conversation about his on-the -field career.

The Voice of the Dodgers
This week's guests are Hall of Fame Broadcaster Vin Scully, who just wrapped up his 63rd season as the voice of the Dodgers, and Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell. Bobby spent 40 years with the Redskins as a player and a front office executive.

James, Bob and Ann
This week's Hall of Fame lineup includes former football standouts Bob Brown and James Lofton. Our in-studio lovely lady is actress/model Ann Sheehan. Ann is a former cheerleader for the short-lived XFL Chicago Enforcers and was a member of the Adrenaline Rush Dancers of the Arena Football League’s Chicago Rush. (And fun to be around — in case anyone out there was wondering.)

Summer in Fall
This week, our guests are Summer Sanders, the former Olympic gold medalist in swimming who has gone on to a career in broadcasting and other endeavors, and former New York Giants linebacker Harry Carson, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and widely considered to be the one of the greatest inside linebackers in NFL History.

Mr. Cowboy
Dave & Elliott line it up with Pro Football Hall of Famer Bob Lilly, who in case you don't know, was the first draft choice ever of the Dallas Cowboys, the first player enshrined in the Cowboys' Ring of Honor, and is one of the greatest defenders in NFL history. Guess that's why the call him Mr. Cowboy. Also on the program - bikini competitor/businesswoman Gwen Summers.

Lisa and Mike
This week's lovely lady is Lisa Eveleth, a trainer and bikini competitor who took home three trophies at the Midwest Championships held Sept. 22 at Harper College in Palatine, Ill. And her story of transformation is different than any other you may have heard. Plus, we talk pigskin and prostate cancer awareness with Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Haynes.

Miss Illinois Nancy To
This week’s guests on this highly acclaimed program (well, it’s highly accalimed in the Spada and Harris households, and even possibly elsewhere) are Miss Illinois 2012 Nancy To and former football standout Joe DeLamielleure. Hall of Famer DeLamielleure has some strong words about how players from yesteryear are treated.

Alana, Randy and Dwight
Playboy magazine's September Playmate is Brazilian beauty Alana Campos. And she also happens to be this week's featured lovely lady of Sports and Torts. And to help kick off the new NFL season, we've got two members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame - Dolphins Center Dwight Stephenson and Cowboys Defensive Lineman Randy White.

April in August
We're happy to have one of our favorite lovely ladies back on the program this week - April Rose! April has been a favorite since her days as the Loop Rock Girl in 2007 before becoming winner of Maxim’s Hometown Hottie contest in 2008 and many other roles since. We alos talk football newly inducted pro football hall of famer Jack Butler, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1950s.

Pilar Lastra
Most guys who play fantasy football have probably had a fantasy or two about a Playboy Playmate. Well on this week's show, we're bringing you the best of both worlds, with Playboy Playmate and fantasy football expert Pilar Lastra. Plus, baseball talk with former New York Yankees player and onetime American League president (back in the days when the American and National Leagues actually were separate and had their own presidents) Dr. Bobby Brown.

Visiting with Ms. Illinois
The beautiful Amber Podell is Ms. Illinois United States 2012. And a charming person. Her in-studio appearance definitely brings a little glamor to this week's show.Also on the program is former Houston Oilers defensive lineman Elvin Bethea. This Hall of Famer started a remarkable 135 consecutive games at Defensive end for Houston in the 70's, and would still be the Oilers/Titan's all-time sacks leader if they counted that as an official stat in his playing days.

Ann and Del
This week’s guests are basketball great Ann Meyers Drysdale and former big-league catcher and manager Del Crandall. Ann is an executive with the WNBA Phoenix Mercury and the NBA Phoenix Suns. She also once tried out with the Indiana Pacers — she was that good. And Crandall is no slouch either. He was with the Braves when they were in Milwaukee and had teammates such as Henry Aaron, Eddie Mathews, Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette, to name a few.

The Hammer
This week's guests are Chaya Boone, a figure competitor who recently won her pro card at the NPC Junior Nationals in suburban Chicago, and actor & former AFL star defensive back Fred "The Hammer" Williamson.

Ruth and Tommy
On this episode, we welcome Chicago Sky Center Ruth Riley to the studio to talk some WNBA basketball and Olympics. ( We might even try to find out where she keeps the Gold Medal she won in Athens). Plus, baseball talk with former big league ace Tommy John.

You Can Hang a Star on that Baby!
We catch up with Hall of Fame Broadcaster Jerry Coleman for a chat about his career on the field and in the booth. Plus - This week's in-studio guest is Lori Colognesi Hess, a holistic healing coach and founder of

Baseball's Most Valuable Organist
For 41 seasons, Nancy Faust was the organist for the Chicago White Sox, and revolutionized the ballpark experience. She joins the guys in studio to talk about her remarkable career. Plus, Cleveland Indians legend Rocky Colavito, and LPGA Tour Founder Louise Suggs.

Kathy Whitworth won 88 LPGA Tour tournaments during her career - more than anyone else has won on either the LPGA Tour or the PGA Tour. And she's teeing it up this week with Elliott and David. Plus, baseball talk with former Cub George Altman and 1949 AL Rookie of the Year Roy Sievers.

The Art of the Steal
Back in the 1960's, Maury Wills made the stolen base relevant again. Now he thinks it's due for a comeback. Then - NBA talk with Basketball Hall of Famer Billy Cunningham, and live in studio, Jill Davidek Karsten. Jill has been involved in the ice-skating industry as a competitive figure skater, coach, dancer, program director and performer with the Ice Capades.

Giants Legend Frank Gifford
We look back at the on the field and off the field accomplishments of New York Giants legends, Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and broadcaster Frank Gifford. Plus, former Chicago Blackhawks Ice Crew member Yanina Beccaria, who is now a cast member of NBC’s Love in the Wild.

Rockin' with Lariyah
This week's guests are former head of the Major League Baseball Player's Union Marvin Miller (who without questionsshould be in the Hall of Fame) and the lovely Lariyah Daniels. She is a singer with the group Hessler, model, bikini competitor, personal fitness trainer and more!

What a Rush!
The lovely Corrina of The Adrenaline Rush Dancers joins the guys in studio. Corina is competing to be part of the NET10 Dream Team comprised of Arena Football League dancers. Also on deck are former baseball standouts Tony Oliva of the Minnesota Twins and Tommy Davis of the Dodgers.

Foothills and Mudcats
On this episode, Elliott and David talk hoops with basketball Hall of Famer Bob Kurland, the first player in history to win two Olympic Gold Medals. Then, onto baseball with Mudcat Grant, the first African American 20-game winner in American League history who now dedicates himself to studying and promoting the history of blacks in baseball. Plus - Shari Duffy is the owner and force behind "Ladies Night Chicago," a series of events geared toward women. Shari is married to a lawyer and is also a busy mom. Maybe she can explain how he does it all.

A Broadcasting Legend
Roy Leonard's broadcasting career spanned more than 50 years, including 31 at Chicago's WGN. He signed off from radio back in 1998, but now the Chicago icon is back with a new blog. We'll learn more about it, and get some stories from his stellar career. Plus, NBA talk with legendary Philadelphia/San Francisco Warriors player and coach Al Attles, and Jackie Kallen - one of boxing's first and most successful female managers.

Meet Alicia
This week's lovely lady of Sports and Torts is IFBB Figure Pro Alicia Harris. She was a record-setting track star in college, and now she's looking to rise to the top of the fitness world. Then, a candid conversation about playing playing major league baseball just after the color barrier was broken with seven time gold glove winner, and former National League President Bill White.

Miss May
May is one of our favorite months of the year. And even more so since Playboy selected Nikki Leigh as Miss May 2012! She's a Lakers Fan, an Angels fan, and a big Blake Griffin fan - a true California Girl! We've also got some basketball talk with former ABA Superstar Mel Daniels, who's finally headed to the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Lingerie and Stooges
We welcome our favorite Wide Receiver back to the program! Kim Anderson of the Chicago Bliss returns to talk about her team's upcoming tryouts, and the international expansion of The Lingerie Football League. Also - author Robert Kurson joins us live in studio. He is the author of the best-seller Shadow Divers, and will be on the show to discuss his first book The Official Three Stooges Encyclopedia.

St. Pauli Girls and Golf
We tee it up on the Masters with CBS golf analyst Ken Venturi. Then, Celtics and NBA Playoff talk with Tommy Heinsohn. And what would an episode of Sports and Torts be without a beautiful lady? This week, we have former St. Pauli Girl Katarina Van Derham

Mrs. Illinois
Elliott and David are joined in studio by the newly crowned Mrs. Illinois Lisa Sonnenberg. Also on the show: former Louisville coach Denny Crum and former St. Louis Hawks star Bob Pettit, one of the NBA’s top 50 players of all time.

An Overlooked Pioneer
Jackie Robinson is a national icon. But , the man who broke the color barrier in the NBA is largely overlooked. And as you'll learn in our interview with him, that's just the way he likes it! Plus, we shape things up in studio with fitness guru Hadley Allen.

Lefty, Richie and Staci
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.

The Big O
This week's episode is a slam dunk, because we're honored to feature one of the greatest NBA players ever, and arguably the league best ever point guard - 12 time All-star Oscar Robertson! Plus, 2 time NBA Coach of the Year Gene Shue, and an in-studio visit with Francine Slobodnik, who took first place at the Arnold Sports Festival in Class A bikini amateur in her first competition.

Running with the (Luva)Bulls
Sure, we could have gone after Derrick Rose or Luol Deng, but from our perspective, it's much better to have a Chicago Luvabull in studio, rather than an actual Bull. Especially when it's Luvabulls co-captain Kafi Thompson. But we will also be featuring a couple of guys with Bulls ties - NBA coaching legend Dick Motta and new basketball Hall of Famer Chet Walker. Plus - Andre Dawson remembers his late Expo teammate Gary Carter.

Nicole Moneer Guerrero and Friends
This figures to be a great show. Because of the figures in the studio! Nicole Moneer Guerrero, a bikini competitor of world-class proportions (and lovely proportions they are), personal trainer and fitness guru will brighten up our studio. Also featured is legendary broadcaster Joe Garagiola - one of the best to ever sit in the booth.

NBA Legends
On this episode, David and Elliott hit the hardwood with two of the greatest players in NBA history: 16-time All Star and 8 Time NBA Champion John Havlicek and a Basketball Hall of Famer who won championships at every level = Jerry Lucas.

Getting Pumped Up with Helena
The guys welcome Helena Chansky back to the studios. She's a figure competitor who took home a trophy at the 2011 Arnold Festival and will be competing again in March at the 2012 event in Columbus, Ohio. Also on the program, legendary NFL broadcaster Pat Summerall and Basketball Hall of Famer Nate Thurmond .

Oilers and Raiders
We look back on the glory days of the Houston Oilers with that franchise's winningest coach Bum Phillips. Then, some Super Bowl talk with one of only two men to win championship rings as a player, assistant coach and head coach Tom Flores.

Quality Time with The Hooters Girls
Gianna and Jackie take time out from their duties at Hooters to don the orange shorts in our studios, and tell us what Hooters has planned for the Big Game and beyond. Then, we catch up with Roger Craig for some 49ers talk.

Beautiful Weather and Happy Days
Beautiful weather in the dead of winter? Not likely. But a beautiful woman who talks about the weather? That we can do, as David and Elliott welcome NBC5 meteorologist Cheryl Scott to the program. Plus, NFL Hall of Famer Willie Brown, and actress Marion Ross of Happy Days.

Ring My Bell
Leola Bell is heating up one of the coldest months of the year as Playboy's Miss February 2012. And she's certainly going to heat up this program! Then, we catch up with NFL Hall of Famer Larry Csonka of the undefeated '72 Dolphins.

Photo courtesy of Playboy

Miss January
The gorgeous Heather Knox isn't just a football fanatic and a huge Indy Colts fan, she's also Playboy's Miss January 2012 and this week's lovely lady of Sports and Torts. Plus, we'll have more football talk with broadcaster Irv Cross and Detroit Lions Hall of Famer Charlie Sanders

Photo Courtesy of Playboy

It Isn’t Easy Being Green
Well actually, it IS easy being Green, as long as you’re one of the fastest men ever to play in the NFL, or the cornerstone of the Steel Curtain Defense! And we’ve got them both - NFL Hall of Famers Darrell Green of the Reskins and Mean Joe Greene of the Steelers. Plus, an in-studio visit from nationally recognized fitness expert Andrea Metcalf!.

Miss Illinois and the Mama's Boy
It's a full house today, with two in-studio guests. First, meet Choreographer & international television host Shanon Lersch, who just happens to be a former Miss Illinois and former Luvabull. Then, it's number 55 - linebacker Otis Wilson of the 1985 Superbowl Champion Chicago Bears!

Talking Hoops
David & Elliott go hoops heavy with USA Today sports reporter Marlen Garcia. Plus- scandals rock the Bears and the Brewers

Patricia and Jerry
We have a greek godess in studio! Chicago native Patricia Kara has moved on from her role as one of the suitcase models on the NBC game show Deal or No Deal to being featured in a fitness video, representing a line of Greek beauty products and co-host for a new music program. Then, NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West and author Jonathan Coleman join the program to talk about Jerry's memoir West by West: My Charmed, Tormented Life.

Meet Aubrie
This week's lovely lady of Sports and Torts is Aubrie Nelson. She is a former Chicago Slaughter dancer who has moved on to the wonderful world of fitness competition, and has been doing quite well. Then, tons of hoops talk with former NBA Finals MVP Jo Jo White, and the head coach of the Baylor Bears Scott Drew.

Catching Up with the Runaway Bride
The sexy Crystal Harris made headlines when she broke off her engagement with Hugh Hefner just days before the wedding. We’ll find out what the former Girl Next Door has been up to, and what she has coming up next. Plus – soccer star & US Men’s World Cup team member Tony Sanneh and legendary former BYU Head football coach LaVell Edwards.

Quality Time with JoJo McCarthy
Former UIC Women's Hoops standout JoJo McCarthy is one busy lady. Not only is she handling makeup for Dancing With the Stars, she's also a part of the lingerie basketball league. (Hey, with no NBA, its the next best thing). David & Elliott dish with her on both. Plus, football talk with Hall of Famer Joe Schmidt of the Detroit Lions, and five-time Pro Bowler for the Falcons Mike Kenn.

Luvabulls and Bears
Chicago Luvabulls co-captain Catherine Roock joins the guys in studio to talk about the new TV special The Making of the Luvabulls, and what the girls are doing during the lockout. Then, it's pigskin talk with former Bear Dez Clark.

Breanna, Jim and Bill
This week's in-studio guest is Breanna Junea, a former member of the Chicago Bliss. She also was one of the Bunnies in the short-lived NBC television series The Playboy Club. Plus - 16-time Gold Glove winner Jim Kaat and former big league manager Bill Virdon

Playmate Pilar Lastra
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

The St. Pauli GIrl
We're celebrating Oktoberfest on Sports & Torts with one of Elliott's favorite lovely ladies - model, actress and St. Pauli's Girl Jennifer England! Plus - NFL Hall of Famer Ken Houston and former Red Sox GM Dan Duquette.

In The Dugout With Trader Jack
Jack McKeon handed the reins of the Florida Marlins over to Ozzie Guillen & retired. But is he retired for good this time? We'll find out when he joins us on the program! Plus, we line up with one of the Vikings' Purple People Eaters - Hall of Famer Carl Eller.

Alex Karras and Vince Dooley
David & Elliott line it up with Detroit Lions legend & the original Mongo Alex Karras. Plus - one of the winningest coaches in NCAA History - Hall of Famer Vince Dooley.

A Visit with a Bears Legend
He only played in 68 NFL games, but that was more than enough to make an impact that is still remembered today. Elliott & David's in-studio guest is NFL Hall of Famer & Chicago Bears legend Gale Sayers.

Then - we introduce you to singer & Chicago Bliss rookie Yashi Rice, who's looking to continue her family's football legacy in the LFL.

Bills, Steelers and Bliss
Hall of Fame Head Coach Marv Levy joins Elliott & David to talk a little pigskin, and about his new book ,Between the Lies. Then we catch up with Hall of Fame Wide Reciever Lynn Swann. Plus, this week’s lovely lady is personal trainer & former kicker for the Chicago Bliss Michele Sotak.

Rollin' with the Rollers
David & Elliott take you inside the world of women's Roller Derby with Val Capone of the Windy City Rollers. Then, we look back on the Era of Ara with former Notre Dame Head Coach Ara Parseghian and baseball Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda.

MK, Jim and Gary
This week, Elliott & David bring you the remarkable self transformation success story of Mary Kay Valenti, who overcame a lifetime of low self-esteem to lose almost 100 pounds and went on to compete as a figure body builder. Plus, former big league players Gary Peters and Jim Wynn.

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The NPF Champions
The Chicago Bandits captured the National Pro Fastpitch Championship. And the Bandits center fielder Caitlin Lever, third baseman Amber Patton and shortstop Tammy Williams celebrate the victory with an in-studio visit! Plus - former MLB Manager Jim Fregosi and MLB Hall of Fame Executive Roland Hemond

Lovely Lariyah
Lariyah Daniels more than just a pretty face. She's a professional model, singer and personal trainer. After last weekend's 2nd place finisg at the ABA Natural North America Bodybuilding, Figure and Fitness Championships, she can add Bikini Diva to that list.She joins the guys in studio. Plus - Baseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin and Pro Football Hall of Famer Billy Shaw

aka Cindy Morgan
Before she meets her fans this weekend at the Chicago Comicon, Caddyshack's Cindy Morgan makes a return appearance to Sports & Torts, this time live in studio. Plus - Jerry Koosman from the '69 Miracle Mets, and Roy Face, the prototype for the modern relief pitcher.

TNA Knockout Tara
This one’s sure to be a knockout! David & Elliott step into the ring with Pro Wrestler Lisa Marie Varon AKA Tara in Impact! Wrestling & Victoria in the WWE. Plus – six time All Star Jim Gentile.

A Taste of Venom
We welcome fitness competitor, personal trainer and former American Gladiator Beth Horn to the program. Plus - former big league closer Jeff Reardon and Virgil Trucks the oldest former pro athlete ever to appear on Sports & Torts.

Sarah, Mike and Verne
David & Elliott welcome 2008 Olympian and 2011 World Cup winner, professional triathlete Sarah Haskins. She is getting set to compete in the Life Time Chicago Triathlon, one of the world's largest triathlons, taking place Sunday, Aug. 28. Sarah has won the Chicago Triathlon the past 2 years! Plus - sportscasting legend Verne Lundquist and Cy Young Award Winning Pitcher Mike McCormick.

April and Dale
Hometown hottie & Maxim cover girl April Rose drops by the studios to let the boys know how she's going to be heating up the rest of the summer. Plus,two time NL MVP Dale Murphy speaks out on the All Star Game, NFL Labor situation & more!

The Tri Life and The High Life
Authors & Triathletes Libby Hurley and Betsy Noxon join the guys live in studio to tell us about their book Tri the Journey: A Women's Inspirational Guide to Becoming a Triathlete in 12 Weeks. Then, we're living the High Life with actor Windell Middlebrooks. Plus, former big league pitcher Ralph Terry.

Baseball and Softball Stars
It's another baseball-intensive episode, when David & Elliott step up to the plate with the Hebrew Hammer Al Rosen and six time All-Star pitcher Sam McDowell. Plus, the lovely Caitlin Lever, outfielder for the Chicago Bandits joins us in studio.

Moose, Bobby and Vicki
The guys round the bases with Former big leaguer & 5 time World Series Champ Bill Moose Skowron, and 1960 World Series MVP Bobby Richardson. Plus in studio – Vicki Counts, who won her pro card in the figure competition at the 2011 Junior Nationals held in Rosemont.

Broadcasters and Bandits
Broadcasting legend Bob Wolff talks about his amazing career, and his new book Bob Wolff ’s Complete Guide to Sportscasting. Plus, we're headed to the mound with ESPY winning Chicago Bandits pitcher Taryne Mowatt.

Baseball and Bliss
Elliott and David add another name to the list of our Hall of Fame guest list, with the oldest living player in the Baseball Hall of Fame Bobby Doerr. Plus, artist, model and Chicago Bliss member Ange Yangas, and the 1960 NL MVP Dick Groat.

Hoops Talk and The First Twins of NASCAR
Elliott and David hit the hardwood with former NBA Coach of the Year Frank Layden and former NBA Coach and Current Oregon Ducks Women's Basketball Coach Paul Westhead. Plus - we bring you twice the action when we catch up with NASCAR Nationwide Series drivers Angela and Amber Cope.

Ines, Gail and Bill
Sports & Torts is heading south of the border for a conversation with Mexico’s hottest sports reporter Ines Sainz. Then, we talk Lakers and NBA Playoffs with Basketball Hall of Famer Gail Goodrich, and round the bases with former Cub Bill Buckner.

Artis, Issel and the Lady of the Ring
We look back on the glory days of the ABA with former Kentucky Colonel teammates as fellow Hall of Famers Dan Issel and Artis Gilmore. Plus – Elliott & David go toe-to-toe with the Lady of the Ring - female ring announcer Amy Hayes.

Nadia, Bobby and Orlando
If there is no NFL on Sundays this fall, would you take the LFL instead? As in the Lingerie Football League? We'll imagine the possibility, as Nadia Larysa of the Chicago Bliss makes her return to the program, along with teammate Kimberly Anderson. Plus, Baseball Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda, and Basketball Hall of Famer Bobby Wanzer.

Baseball and Yoga
David & Elliott round the bases with baseball Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner and White Sox Great Billy Pierce. Plus, Yoga expertKimberly Fowler, creator of Yoga For Athletes and founder of YAS Fitness centers.

Baseballs and Tiaras
There’s royalty in the house, as Elliott & David welcome the reigning Miss Illinois USA Angela Sparrow as their in-studio guest. Then, we talk baseball with Hall of Famers Gaylord Perry and Jim Bunning.

The Doctor is In
Elliott & David talk playoffs with Basketball Hall of Famer & ESPN Analyst Dr. Jack Ramsay. Then – media consultant & former news anchor Joan Esposito tells us about the state of braodcast news.

Dave Cowens and Satch Sanders
We’re heading to the hardwood with two more basketball Hall of Famers from the Boston Celtics – Dave Cowens, and 2011 inductee Tom Satch Sanders. Plus, Dave & Elliott step into the ring with MMA fighter Esli Kilponen.

Caddyshack's Cindy Morgan
David and Elliott talk roundball with basketball Hall of Famers Bailey Howell and Harry The Horse Gallatin. Plus – we play a few rounds at Bushwood with Caddyshack’s Lacey Underall AKA Cindy Morgan.

The Final Four and Fitness
Elliott and David dish on Kentucky's return to the Final Four with the first player to represent the Wildcats in the Basketball Hall of Fame Cliff Hagan. Then, more Hoops talk with Hall of Famer Clyde Lovellette. Plus in studio, fitness model and IBFF Pro Bikini Athlete Nicole Moneer Guerrero.

March Madness
Elliott and David talk NCAA and NBA hoops with pro basketball Hall of Famers Jack Twyman and Frank Ramsey. They also talk about the career and life-changing injury of their teammate and friend Maurice Stokes. Plus- former Fox/Chicago chief meteorologist Amy Freeze checks in to talk Cubs, Sox, and Chicago Fire Soccer!

Memories of March
Elliott and David relive some magic moments from the madness of March with former Illinois Head Coach Lou Henson, and former Michigan State Head Coach Jud Heathcote. Plus- WNBF Figure Pro competitor Helena Chansky adds her beauty to the program!

Sam, Lenny and Playboy Golf
David and Elliott talk hoops with the NBA's All-time winningest coach Lenny Wilkens and Mr. Clutch Sam Jones of the Boston Celtics. Plus, we tee it up on Playboy Golf with model Dayna Wyatt.

Hoops Heavy with a Little Golf
David & Elliott talk Hoops with College Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee Cazzie Russell, and break down the NBA with one of the all-time greats Rick Barry. Plus, we'll get the details on the Playboy Golf Tournament from Jay Jay Nesheim.

Luvabull Ashley Bond, and a Basketball Hall of Famer
On this episode, we dish on the NBA now and then with basketball Hall of Famer Dolph Shayes. Plus, get fit with Chicago Luvabull and Miss Illinois 2009 Ashley Bond.

Jack Whitaker and Molly Sims
Elliott & David welcome sports broadcasting legend Jack Whitaker to the program for a look at TV coverage of sports then and now. And it's our favorite time of the year - the SI Swimsuit edition is out! We'll talk about this year's issue, and past issues with Molly Sims, who appeared in the 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2006 swimsuit issues.

An Old Hall of Famer, a New Hall of Famer and She Beads
The Title is back in Title Town, and Hall of Famer Willie Davis joins David & Elliott to talk about the Packers’ run to the Championship. Then - we welcome Redskins great Chris Hanburger, who’s headed to the Hall of Fame this summer. Plus, Sandy Rueve joins us in studio She Beads - a jewelry line originally inspired by Michael Jordan.

Super Preview
David & Elliott preview the Steelers / Packers Championship with 4 Time Superbowl winner LC Greenwood of Pittsburgh’s famed Steel Curtain Defense. Then, what’s the Superbowl without commercials? Our 2nd Guest Bubba Smith has been in his share of memorable ones! Plus, Former Colts QB Bert Jones and the beautiful April Rose.

Two Hall of Famers and a PMOY Hopeful
NFL Hall of Famer Dan Hampton joins Elliott & David breakdown the Bears breakdown in the Playoffs, the Cutler controversy, and more. Then, Playboy's Miss January 2010 Jaime Edmondson tells us about her return to the Amazing Race, and her dreams of being named Playmate of the Year! Plus, NFL Hall of Famer Rayfield Wright!

Football Talk with Paul, Jerry and Nadia
David & Elliott preview Bears /Packers with Green Bay Great Jerry Kramer. Then, Nadia Larysa of the Lingerie Football League's Chicago Bliss joins the guys live in studio. (She's in the February Playboy, BTW). Plus, more football talk with NFL Hall of Famer Paul Warfield, one of the premier wide receivers ever to have played in the National Football League.

The Lovely Ashley Lobo
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.