Morley Scott

Sports Anchor/Eskimos play-by-play

Morley Scott has been broadcasting in Edmonton for over 30 years, doing what many people do from the couch after work: talking about sports.

It all began many years ago at the University of Alberta Radio station (he calls himself a stow-away, not a student) broadcasting Golden Bears hockey, basketball and football. Since 2010, Morley has been the play-by-play voice of the Edmonton Eskimos on 630 CHED and also provides sports updates on the Afternoon News with J’Lyn and Andrew.

In between has been a road map that took him through St. Paul Alta., Prince Albert, Sask., Edmonton, Vancouver and then back to Edmonton.

The highlights are: Sixteen years working on Oilers broadcast mostly on radio, but some on TV, one year with the Vancouver Giants of the WHL and several world-class events, like the Stanley Cup Final, the Grey Cup, the Brier, the World Track and Field Championships, and spending a weekend broadcasting a demolition derby.

Morley is usually found at a stadium, rink, studio or walking with a phone in one hand, a coffee in the other, and Billy Joel music in his ears.

December 14, 2017 3:52 pm

Edmonton Eskimos open 2018 CFL season in Winnipeg

The Canadian Football League is talking about moving their schedule up in the near future. That won’t happen in 2018 – but the release date of the new schedule for next season was moved up by over a month. Usually not out until late January or early February, the 2018 schedule was released on Thursday. Continue reading 

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