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August 9, 2014 5:49 PM

Richard Hyatt: Scoggins and the early days of sports TV

With the SEC Network on the horizon, Phil Scoggins takes us back to a time when television sports was not a 24-hour proposition, stations were too cheap to cover it properly and reporters would drive all night to get a story.

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