ESPN: Boston tragedy hits home for Tigers' Scott


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According to an ESPN interview with Clemson coach Jeff ScottJeff Scott
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, he had two members of his family near the Boston Marathon at the time of the Boston bombings. His sister-in law was a runner at the event and his brother is a surgeon in Boston that treated several victims.

"It definitely hit close to home," Jeff Scott said in an interview with ESPN.com. "Everybody thinks that Saturdays in the fall are life and death but they're really not. Everybody's passionate about college football and their team, but when you have a brother that's in the medical field and you get to hear what he does on a daily basis, you realize what we're doing is just entertainment and what those doctors and emergency personnel are doing is truly life and death."

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