Popular sports reporter Stuart Scott has died after a long bout with cancer. He was remembered for his dynamic narration of highlight reels and coining the now ubiquitous sports exclamation “BooYah!”
We are heartbroken to report that Stuart Scott has died after a long fight with cancer. He was 49. pic.twitter.com/aI0TGwFqGU
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 4, 2015
— Steve Weatherford (@Weatherford5) January 4, 2015
The man truly had a way with words. RIP Stuart Scott.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) January 4, 2015
I have immense love in my heart for Stuart Scott. He was a GREAT man. All my love to his family. Miss him already.
— Darius Rucker (@dariusrucker) January 4, 2015
— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) January 4, 2015
RIP Stuart Scott you will be missed. There will never be another. #BooYah
— Cris Carter (@criscarter80) January 4, 2015
— rolandsmartin (@rolandsmartin) January 4, 2015
The sports world lost another great one today. Stuart Scott, you were an inspiration to all of us. You'll be greatly missed. #RIPStuartScott
— Mike Trout (@MikeTrout) January 4, 2015
— Charles V Payne (@cvpayne) January 4, 2015
Sad news, nice guy: Stuart Scott dies at age of 49 http://t.co/BVOxE1mRhs
— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) January 4, 2015
RIP Stuart Scott. Unbelievable sportscaster. He was the reason I would stay up all night and watch the same highlights. Just to hear him!!
— Corey Fuller (@iCoreyFuller) January 4, 2015
So saddened to wake up and hear of my friend @StuartScott's passing. He was a true WARRIOR in every sense of the word. We will miss you Stu!
— Lance Armstrong (@lancearmstrong) January 4, 2015
For those of us who live using words, today there are none. Our prayers to all who were touched by Stuart Scott's incredible love of life.
— MikeTirico (@miketirico) January 4, 2015
We are preparing for NFL Countdown with heavy hearts following the death of our beautiful colleague, Stuart Scott.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 4, 2015
Headed to church this morning thinking about and praying for the family of @StuartScott
— Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (@StenhouseJr) January 4, 2015
RIP @StuartScott … Thoughts and prayers with his daughters and the ESPN family that loved and supported him for so many years.
— Michele Tafoya (@Michele_Tafoya) January 4, 2015
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) January 4, 2015