Cooler on the Other Side: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Stuart Scott

In 1993, a 28-year-old anchorman appeared on ESPN2. He had a high-top fade and a bottomless well of self-confidence. The latter was important. How else was going to drag ESPN into the 21st century? Five years after his death from cancer, it’s easy to forget just how much of sports television Scott helped unlock. So let’s remember. (The Ringer)

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