Living the Legacy

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By Dee Jackson

The late Jock Smith may no longer be with us, but thanks to his vision, his vast collection of sports treasures can be enjoyed by thousands of people each year.

Smith, a local attorney, died last year. But inside his house, you could find an incredible array of artifacts from a wide variety of sports.

His daughter Janay is making sure to share her father's love of sports with people across the world. Inside the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, Smith's collection is displayed in the new Score! interactive sports exhibit.

Alabama News Network traveled to Las Vegas to see how Smith's treasures make for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the best in all kinds of sports.

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