“There was a time when I felt like I would kill to live and work in D.C., to cover those teams and be close to family and all that, but ESPN was always the goal,” said Scott, who grew up in Vienna.
New "SportsCenter" host doesn't want to overdo it with the politics talk.
"It's more of a reflection of society right now, and how left-wing and PC it's gotten, that even your name, given at birth, or the possibility of a meme on the Internet, is a reason to make a personnel change,” she told Tucker Carlson.
The old Home Team Sports is getting yet another name.
Since being laid off, the sports journalist has tweeted about Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter, about President Trump and Made in America week, and says she finally feels she can say what she believes.
The D.C. Sports Hall of Fame has 33 former Redskins, and two former Capitals, and a host of questions with very good answers.
Members of the latest Hall of Fame class got their plaques Sunday at Nationals Park.
The D.C. native and CBS host appears to be shrinking. He credits his religious faith.
Add another D.C. sports podcast to the stable of D.C. sports podcasts, this one hosted by the dean of D.C. sports talk.
When morning "SportsCenter" host sees the National Spelling Bee competitors, 'That's me. That's me on stage.'