Game Seven marked Scott's rookie campaign in the ATF, and expectations were high. Despite a miserable 8th-place finish, he turned it on in the tournament, nearly winning it all. He also managed to push his career average up to .442, higher than any other player's. He suffered through a miserable sophomore slump in Game Eight, and fared only slightly better in Nine.
Because Scott was responsible for the Czar landing his first-ever legitimate job, his "random" selection of questions was initially weighted in the Youth and Young Players direction. He even received a bevy of action figure questions, which he tends to prefer over women. But during Game Nine, Scott jumped ship on a number of fronts. First, he left Valdosta to teach high school in New Jersey. Next, the painfully long delays between questions convinced him to retire from the ATF. At least temporarily.