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ESPN’s Stuart Scott Spit Game Like No Other

Scott (49) succumbed to a long battle against cancer, but his innovative spirit will live on.

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R.I.P. Stuart Scott.

One of the most entertaining voices in sports broadcasting has been silenced. Stuart Scott, a popular fixture on ESPN has passed away at the age of 49. Scott was diagnosed cancer in 2007 and battled through cycles of chemotherapy and remission until 2015. In a statement, the worldwide leader in sports wrote, “Stuart Scott, a dedicated family man and one of ESPN’s signature SportsCenter anchors, has died after a courageous and inspiring battle with cancer. Barack Obama paid tribute to Mr. Scott saying, thank you for your enthusiasm, talent, and unique charisma.

Scott was a trailblazer. He uniquely fused hip-hop culture with sports, making catchphrases like “Boo-Yah,” and “Holla,” part of American sports lexicon. His contributions to the industry were huge and FTS will miss his voice.


Polarizing Voice

Scott never hid his passion for sports or his culture. Younger viewers loved his style on SportsCenter, but he had detractors. Malcontent Jason Whitlock criticized him often, but Stu Scott became a fixture of rap music. Scott appeared in music videos with the rappers LL Cool J and Luke and was shouted out in “3 Peat”, by Lil Wayne.

New York Post

The thoughts of the FTS editorial team are with his friends and family, specifically his daughters Taelor and Sydni. It’s with heavy hearts that we will try to enjoy sports this week. Scott inspired an entire generation of fans and personalities to bring their own “swag” to their careers. ESPN and American sports lost a giant who changed the game forever. Mr. Scott, you’re forever “cooler than the other side of the pillow.”

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