Clay Travis is co-host of The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show, a three-hour talk radio program available on hundreds of radio stations nationwide. Travis previously hosted FOX Sports Radio’s industry-leading weekday morning-drive program, Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis, which launched in 2016 and was broadcast on more than 350 stations nationwide. Based in Nashville, Tenn., the program featured Travis’ informed, outspoken, fearless and often funny commentary on the latest sports headlines, as well as interviews and listener interaction. In 2019, Travis launched Wins & Losses with Clay Travis on the iHeartPodcast Network. The program features candid, in-depth conversations with the biggest names in sports, entertainment, business and beyond, who discuss their inspiring journeys to success, including their wins and losses along the way. The founder of the wildly popular OutKick.com also hosts the top-ranking Outkick The Show webcast, which is streamed live on Facebook, and is then turned into an audio-only podcast. Millions of fans consistently watch/listen to Outkick the Show, making it one of the most-watched and longest-running daily sports shows on both platforms. Additionally, Travis co-hosts FS1’s first-ever, daily gambling TV show FOX Bet Live alongside Alex Curry, “Cousin Sal” Iacono, and other betting aficionados. In July of 2007, Travis published his first book Dixieland Delight, a critically-acclaimed chronicle of his 2006 tour of all 12 Southeastern Conference football stadiums and his entertaining fan experiences at every stop. The Nashville native and former lawyer previously wrote columns for CBSSports.com for four years before joining Deadspin as an editor in 2008. During fall of that year, he began his second book, On Rocky Top: A Front-Row Seat to the End of an Era, an all-access tell-all documenting the University of Tennessee football program over the course of its season. His third book, Republicans Buy Sneakers, Too: How the Left is Ruining Sports with Politics, was released by Harper Collins in September 2018. A graduate of George Washington University as well as Vanderbilt Law School, Travis is married with three children, and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.