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Howie Schwab, Longtime ESPN Researcher and Feature of ‘Stump the Schwab’, Dies


Longtime ESPN researcher and feature of the mid-2000s ESPN game show Stump the Schwab Howie Schwab has died. Schwab joined ESPN in 1987. In 2004, ESPN launched a sports trivia game show — Stump the Schwab — hosted by , which pitted contestants against Schwab in a test of sports knowledge. The program ran for four seasons. (Barrett Sports Media)

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Howie Schwab, Longtime ESPN Researcher and Feature of ‘Stump the Schwab’, Dies


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