Clay Travis Profile
Clay Travis is an American author, radio host, lawyer, television personality, and founder of Outkick working as the host of the morning program “Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis” on FOX Sports Radio. He has been working for the station since 2014.
Clay Travis Career
Travis serves as the host of the morning program “Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis” on FOX Sports Radio. He began his legal career as a lawyer in the United States Virgin Islands and Tennessee. In late 2004, he drew media attention with his personal blog, which he wrote while living in the United States Virgin Islands.
Travis, a Tennessee Titans fan, couldn’t get NFL Sunday Ticket, the satellite TV package that allows him to watch NFL games in the islands, so he went on a “pudding strike,” eating only pudding every day for 50 days in order to force DirecTV to carry the package in the Virgin Islands. The attempt failed, but he blogged about it and received media attention.
Travis began writing online for CBS Sports in September 2005, for which he was not paid for the first year. Travis finally retired from his law practice in 2006. He later began working on a book, Dixieland Delight, while writing for CBS, in which he visited all 12 stadiums in college football’s Southeastern Conference. Travis went on to work as a writer and editor at Deadspin before becoming a national columnist at FanHouse.
Travis worked out at D1 Sports Training in 2008 alongside NFL prospects preparing for the NFL Draft. He later wrote a ten-part serial called Rough Draft about the experience. Travis was named “Best Sports Radio Host We Love To Hate” by The Nashville Scene in the publication’s “Best of Nashville” issue in 2010. He later co-hosted 3HL, a sports radio talk show on Nashville’s 104.5 FM.
Brent Dougherty and The Zone. He later co-hosted 3HL, a sports radio talk show on Nashville’s 104.5 The Zone, with Brent Dougherty and Blaine Bishop. On NBC Sports, he also hosted a national sports radio show.
Quick Facts About Clay Travis
|Age||42 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Travis resigned from his position on 3HL in 2014. Fox Sports hired him for its weekly college football Saturday pre-game show. In 2015, he agreed to license his entire sports media brand to Fox Sports, including his website Outkick the Coverage, which was folded into Fox Sports’ website.
Formalized paraphrase In 2016, he also launched a national weekly television show, a daily Outkick the Show broadcast on Periscope and Facebook, and a national radio show with Fox Sports Radio. Travis was chastised by DeMarcus Cousins for predicting in 2010 that Cousins would be arrested within the next five years. Travis responded by offering to donate to a charity of Cousins’ choice.
Clay Travis Age
Travis is 42 years old as of 2021. He was born on 6 April 1979 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 6 April every year.
Clay Travis Height
Travis stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches (1.8m).
Clay Travis Family
Information regarding Travis’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Clay Travis Wife
Travis is a married man. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Lara Travis, and their three sons.
Clay Travis Salary
Being one of the top sports analysts for FOX Sports, Travis earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Clay Travis’s Net Worth
Travis has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an author, radio host, lawyer, and television personality.
Clay Travis Barstool
Kirk Minihane, a Barstool Sports contributor, joined Outkick The Coverage to discuss one of the media’s juiciest and yet most misunderstood feuds, which is currently raging between Barstool founder Dave Portnoy and Outkick the Coverage founder Clay Travis.
Where can I hear Clay Travis Buck Sexton?
The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show is aired at WFMD-AM. The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show, a three-hour talk radio program available on hundreds of radio stations nationwide. Joined by Clay Travis, the duo broadcasts Monday through Friday from 11 am – 2 pm CST –the legendary timeslot held by The Rush Limbaugh Show for more than three decades.
Clay Travis FOX Sports
At FOX Sports Travis works alongside;
- Jon Paul Morosi
- Curt Menefee
- Urban Meyer
- Matt Millen
- Chris Myers
- Howie Long
- Donny Marshall
- Laura Okmin
- Joy Taylor
- Charissa Thompson
- Nick Swisher
- Mariano Trujillo
- Michael Vick
- Jonathan Vilma