Sleeping On The Job

Stuart Scott, co-anchor with Rich Eisen on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HOC792" title="ESPN" href="/topic/sports/espn-HOC792.topic">ESPN</a>'s Sportscenter, tries to get a little rest inbetween segments of their broadcast as the clock ticks past the 2:15 a.m. mark of an ESPN double-header of baseball, Thursday morning, May 20, 1999. Scott has become popular with ESPN fans for his colorful commentary and use of phrases like 'BOOYA!,' when a player does something spectacular.  The EPSN studio, where SportsCenter is filmed, is located in Bristol.
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( JAY L. CLENDENIN, HC / May 25, 1974 )

Stuart Scott, co-anchor with Rich Eisen on ESPN's Sportscenter, tries to get a little rest inbetween segments of their broadcast as the clock ticks past the 2:15 a.m. mark of an ESPN double-header of baseball, Thursday morning, May 20, 1999. Scott has become popular with ESPN fans for his colorful commentary and use of phrases like 'BOOYA!,' when a player does something spectacular. The EPSN studio, where SportsCenter is filmed, is located in Bristol.

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