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Name:Stuart Scott
Hometown:Winston-Salem, NC
High School:Reynolds
Born:July 19, 1965
Died:January 4, 2015
Notes:Sportscaster

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...

Video: Stuart Scott became legendary
On Stuart Scott Day, Scott Van Pelt explains the lasting legacy that Scott left on ESPN, his fans and his family...

North Carolina players honor Stuart Scott with pregame shirts
Prior to tip off against Ohio State on Wednesday night, the North Carolina Tar Heels players honored famous broadcaster and UNC alumnus Stuart Scott. Scott...

ESPN Designates December 4 as ‘Stuart Scott Day’ in Honor of Late SportsCenter Anchor
In honor of famed ESPN television personality and 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award recipient Stuart Scott, who passed away from cancer in 2015, ESPN is...

Stuart Scott's Impact on Sports Is Still Felt Today
If you grew up wanting to be a sports reporter in the 2000s, you probably watched SportsCenter religiously. Among the cool people and voices on...

Reggie Bullock a finalist for Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award
Reggie Bullock of the Los Angeles Lakers, retired NFL player Chris Long, Yadier Molina of the St. Louis Cardinals, and former US Open tennis champion...

Danny Green wears jacket honoring Craig Sager, Stuart Scott
Danny Green wore a special coat to Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals on Tuesday night in Toronto. The Raptors guard wore a flower...

225 years of Tar Heels: Stuart Scott
When the late Stuart Scott was growing up a Tar Heel fan in Winston-Salem, he would cry any time the men’s basketball team would lose...

Meet two doctors continuing to fight cancer under Stuart Scott’s legacy
Stuart Scott owned a passionate voice for improving outcomes for minorities with cancer. Scott was so passionate in his beliefs that after his death in...

A letter of gratitude to Stuart Scott
“See,” my Uncle John said in the summer of 1998. He pointed toward the television in his Washington, D.C., apartment. “That’s gonna be you one...


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