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    2014 ESPY's Stuart Scott Tribute

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-50C_2Q5VO8#t=175

    Such a class act. He's an inspiration. Whenever I think of Sportscenter, I think of this guy.


    "Blake Griffin. You are nothing more than a high school bully!"

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    Loved it. Love Stu Scott

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    wrong thread. my bad.
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    I was at the Espys tonight, and I kid you not I didnt see one dry eye in the building when he was giving that speech. Gave me chills, love Stuart and I hope he keeps fighting and beats this thing

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    Man that hit me harder then I thought. Keep fighting Stu
    Stay Humble

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    Great story , great tribute and well deserved . As a cancer survivor myself , and doing chemotherapy for two years . It just reminded me how tough a battle it was. If anyone is fighting this horrible disease, just be positive , makes a big difference I believe . Stuart really showed some unbelievable strength. I think I'm going to reach out to him. Very inspired

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    Great tribute. You gotta love Stu gangsta, my favo ESPN analyst next to Broussard

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    Love Stuart Scott. Hands down the best SC anchor. Had no idea he had multiple surgeries just this past week. Keep fighting!

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    Stu is Sports Center. What an inspiration.



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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl_0ieqSi7Q

    Here's his speech to go with the video if anybody is curious.


    "Blake Griffin. You are nothing more than a high school bully!"

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    I was watching the show with the wife. We had a pretty heated tiff just before the show came on and were constantly going back and forth for much of the evening. Then Stu's tribute aired and by the time his daughter took the stage, neither one of us could remember why we were arguing.

    My wife started crying just after they showed Stu receiving treatment in the hospital. I lost it when Stu told his daughters (both the one in the audience and the one away at college) that everything that he did -- hell, just to be standing there on the stage -- was for them.

    Love. Support. Sacrifice. And never give up. Thanks to Stu for reminding us what really matters.
    "Why can't we tell the world that [as the Raiders' coach] you refused to play games in the segregated South, holding out to the point where they were canceled?' And he would stop me dead in my tracks and say, 'Hey, kid -- I didn't do it for publicity. I did it because it was right.' "

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkKnight View Post
    Great story , great tribute and well deserved . As a cancer survivor myself , and doing chemotherapy for two years . It just reminded me how tough a battle it was. If anyone is fighting this horrible disease, just be positive , makes a big difference I believe . Stuart really showed some unbelievable strength. I think I'm going to reach out to him. Very inspired
    congrats on beating it man
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    Yea... grats DarkKnight on your fight against cancer that you won.


    "Blake Griffin. You are nothing more than a high school bully!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkKnight View Post
    Great story , great tribute and well deserved . As a cancer survivor myself , and doing chemotherapy for two years . It just reminded me how tough a battle it was. If anyone is fighting this horrible disease, just be positive , makes a big difference I believe . Stuart really showed some unbelievable strength. I think I'm going to reach out to him. Very inspired


    Cheers to you for beating cancer. Lost my mom to cancer 12 years ago so Stu's speech def hit home for me as well. Very inspirational!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkKnight:28806402
    Great story , great tribute and well deserved . As a cancer survivor myself , and doing chemotherapy for two years . It just reminded me how tough a battle it was. If anyone is fighting this horrible disease, just be positive , makes a big difference I believe . Stuart really showed some unbelievable strength. I think I'm going to reach out to him. Very inspired
    Great advice, and very happy for you and your battle with cancer.

    As for Stu, he's still (and will always be) cooler than the other side of the pillow!
    Time for some hootenanny.

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