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

A Beautiful Craig Sager Mural Was Painted On The Same Building As Its Stuart Scott Counterpart
Craig Sager’s passing has produced a series of tributes and memorials as colorful as the man was himself, and a new one has been finished...

The legacy of Stuart Scott and memories of his 2014 ESPYS speech
Two years ago, Stuart Scott delivered a heartfelt moment when he accepted the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the 2014 ESPYS for his courageous fight...

Williams, Meeks, Berry, Johnson Post-Syracuse Quotes
Roy Williams: "I'll get something out of the way first tonight. I really wish Stuart Scott was here tonight. I really wish Dean Smith and...

Video: Roy Williams talks about Stuart Scott on The Rich Eisen Show
On last Monday's edition of The Rich Eisen Show, Roy Williams reflected on the life and legacy of Stuart Scott, including his love for UNC...

The Lives They Lived: Stuart Scott
People tend to be oblique when they remember how Stuart Scott talked. ‘‘The way he spoke,’’ Suzy Kolber, a longtime ESPN host and reporter, told...

Most Inspirational of 2015 - Stuart Scott
Stuart Scott was one of the most joyful broadcasters you’ll ever witness on television. Not only did he change the way we talk about professional...

Lucas: The Unknown
After watching Roy Williams’ team demolish Guilford, 99-49, you know that the Tar Heels have hooded warmup vests this year, that the new introduction video...

Video: A different view of Late Night with Roy
Check out this behind-the-scenes look at UNC's Late Night with Roy. The short video includes the team before player introductions, the view from Coach Williams'...

Honoring an icon
Stuart Scott, the 1987 Carolina alumnus who spent 21 years at ESPN as one of the company’s most beloved personalities, was inducted into the N.C...

Scott Van Pelt's One Big Thing: Stuart Scott honored by North Carolina (video)
SVP’s One Big Thing is Roy Williams inducting Stuart Scott into the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame and Scott’s daughters, Taelor and Sydni, accepting...


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