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The Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan native was the starting defensive tackle for the Saskatchewan Roughriders for nine seasons. He attended college in North Dakota where he played for the Fighting Sioux and he signed with the San Diego Chargers in 2001 and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2002 before playing with the Roughriders. He was the 1st round draft pick (first overall) in the 2001 CFL College Draft. Scott had 178 career tackles and 41 (35 regular season and 6 playoff) sacks during his tenure with the Riders. He was the starting defensive tackle on the 2007 Grey Cup championship team. On August 4, 2009, Scott retired to become the president of Schultz Gareau Insurance Ltd. located in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Scott continues to be active in supporting the community. Scott has spoken to over 100 schools throughout the province of Saskatchewan with the Fine Foods Community Youth Challenge. He is well known for his motivational speaking and humor. Scott has run a youth football camp in Moose Jaw for the past seven years. He and his wife Rosaline, daughter Anna and son Evan make White City, Saskatchewan area their year-round home.

"We had Scott Schultz speak as the keynote at our annual fundraising banquet for our 9-man football team in Fort Qu'Appelle. Scott in a word was amazing. It was a true privilege to listen to somebody from Saskatchewan speak about succeeding as an individual in Saskatchewan. Scott brought the perfect combination of humour, inspiration, and advice for my forty players. Parents, players, our principal, and my coaching staff all thoroughly enjoyed Scott and his words of wisdom. I thoroughly recommend Scott as a speaker at any sports venue - he knows what it takes to be a successful individual in Saskatchewan, he lives his talk, and he is a delight to listen too!"

    Phil Langford
    Head Coach
    Fort Qu'Appelle Marauders


"Scott was great with Kids at the rink, signing mini sticks , talking to the hockey teams on and off the ice showing off his grey cup ring. At the hall he socialized with everyone , held babies that wouldn't go to sleep for their parents. One person said to me we hired two comedians to speak at our Oil Mens bonspiel and Scott was far funnier than either one of them, he pretty much had the crowd in his hand."

    Bob Smith, Stranraer Elks Club


"Scott Schultz was wonderful to have keynote our conference. His personal stories, football memories and ability to motivate our teachers by speaking about his previous school experiences and the influences they had on him was spectacular. We look forward to having another opportunity of having a speaker like him at future conferences."

    Andrew Longstaff - Saskatchewan Middle Years Association President

"We had our Second Annual Sports Gala in Zenon Park this spring (2012) and once again it was a big success. Special thanks to Joe Gunnis of EMJ Marketing for all of the help in once again getting us some top notch talent and for coming to our event. Scott Schultz and Weston Dressler were a big hit with the kids as they generously agreed to take part in an autograph session prior to the dinner; Weston was a big hit with the ladies too! Both men were hilarious and had great tales to tell. Mr. Schultz is pretty smooth for a big man. And who knew that Elton John would factor into the evening? Michael Ball did a fantastic job as emcee and helped keep the evening moving along smoothly, even if the Big Deal Mobile didn't move so smoothly.

I highly recommend contacting Joe from EMJ Marketing if you are looking to get a good speaker for your event. He will do whatever he can to make your event a success."

    Mark Ollinger - Chairperson of Zenon Park Sports Gala



Video courtsey Tourism Saskatchewan, Explore Saskatchewan and Living Sky Media.

Pictures courtesy Scott Schultz, Rod Pedersen and the Saskatchewan Roughriders