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He played high school football at Vernon High School and Wichita Falls High School.
A native of Vernon, Texas, Scott had a troubled past. A Class 3A first-team all-state selection as a high school junior in 2001, Scott was kicked off his high school team at Vernon High School because of an off-campus fight after the season. He was not eligible for his senior year, and finally graduated from Wichita Falls High School in 2003.
In his first career start, in week 11 against the Oakland Raiders, Scott rushed for 119 yards, including a 61-yard run that was the longest by a Bengal since Corey Dillon's 67-yard rush at Cleveland on September 15, 2002. He also became the first Bengals rookie to rush for 100 yards in a game since Dillon in 1997.
He went on to attend Central Arkansas University, where he earned Gulf South Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2004, but was eventually dismissed from the football team for hitting a coach, along with a few other issues. Scott transferred to Blinn College, where he was a first team NJCAA All-America after leading the Buccaneers to a 12-0 season and the NJCAA national championship. Scott averaged 154.4 rushing yards per game, and he finished his only junior college season with a junior college-best 1,892 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was also first team all Southwestern Junior College Football Conference.
Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scott drew some interest by Arkansas and Fresno State, but eventually enrolled at Abilene Christian University in 2007. He had finished runner-up in the voting for the 2007 Harlon Hill Trophy to Danny Woodhead. In that year, Scott broke the league's single-season rushing record with 2,165 yards and set a pair of NCAA Division II single-season records with 39 total touchdowns and 234 points scored. In 2008, Scott won the Harlon Hill Trophy in a landslide, getting the third-highest vote total in the 23-year history of the trophy.
Scott's NFL prospects were tarnished by his off-the-field issues. Besides his aforementioned trouble in high school and junior college, he has also been arrested for some traffic-related misdemeanors, and was put on an 18-month probation for failing to identify himself during a traffic stop in Abilene in the spring of 2007. However, he was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Following training camp, Scott made the active roster as a kick returner and as a backup to running back Cedric Benson. On November 15, 2009, Scott returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which earned him AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors.
Scott signed with the Baltimore Ravens on October 28, 2013. On December 7, 2013, the Ravens released Scott. On December 10, after a season-ending injury to Brandon Stokley, Scott re-signed with the Ravens.
On March 3, 2015, Scott signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He retired in May 2015.
Currently, Bernard Scott is 37 years, 7 months and 14 days old. Bernard Scott will celebrate 38th birthday on a Thursday 10th of February 2022.
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