Wins & Losses with Clay Travis is a brand new original podcast featuring interviews with some of the most fascinating figures in the country. Clay Travis, host of “Outkick the Coverage” from 6-9am ET on Fox Sports Radio, goes deep with thought-leaders from all walks of life and explores the key wins and losses in their lives and careers. It is through these stories that shape how they’ve achieved wide-ranging levels of success. Join Clay as unique and inspiring stories are uncovered. Follow Clay on Twitter at @ClayTravis and check out the Outkick the Coverage homepage at https://foxsportsradio.iheart.com/featured/outkick-the-coverage-with-clay-travis/
This week on Wins & Losses, Clay Travis is joined by comedian and fellow Nashville native Nate Bargatze. The two go over his journey that led him to becoming an incredibly successful comedian with a Netflix special. From his time in Nashville growing up, to being a horrible college student, and his eventual decision to pursue a career in comedy, Nate discusses and gives you an inside look at what life if like for someone trying to become a stand up comedian. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
This week on Wins & Losses, Clay Travis is joined by fellow Fox Sports Radio host Colin Cowherd. The two discuss Colin’s upbringing in the Pacific Northwest and how he initially became interested in radio. They dive into his time at Eastern Washington, and the numerous jobs he took as a kid. They also talk about how he got his break through into the business, calling minor league baseball games in Vegas, while also doing sales, and his journey from there that eventually led him to ESPN and now his current position at Fox.
This week on Wins & Losses, Clay Travis is joined by FS1’s Lock it In host Rachel Bonnetta. The two get to know each other better during their conversation, which goes from Rachel’s upbringing in a small town in Canada, and how she dealt with her father getting hospitalized when she was just a young girl, and his eventual passing when Rachel was 16. They also talk about her educational path which had her on local TV when she was in high school, and the story of how she nearly ended up at ESPN instead of Fox Sports, where she is today.
Clay Travis is joined by FS1 college football analyst Joel Klatt. The two discuss his upbringing and athletics in Colorado, his success in baseball that eventually led him to being drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 11th round straight out of high school which led to his decision to not attend college at first. They also dive into the decisions that led him back home to attend the University of Colorado where he became the starting quarterback as a walk on, and his road into broadcasting, calling high school football games and eventually leading him to where he is today.
The two talk about his life growing up in Southern California and his time at USC. They get in to his path to coaching, the process of drafting Steve McNair, the moments on the sideline leading up to the Music City Miracle, and the Titans heartbreaking loss in the Super Bowl. Clay and Jeff also get into the move from St. Louis to LA, and also the tragic death of Steve McNair.
Clay asks all the hard questions as Bleacher Report co-founder Dave Finocchio opens up about starting the popular website and what’s next in his career. And, he dispenses some sage advice for anyone who wants to explore a career in sports media. His life is laid bare for you as Clay pulls no punches.
Clay Travis is joined by College Football broadcaster Kirk Herbstreit. Clay and Kirk discuss Kirk’s childhood and sports upbringing, his time at Ohio State and the ups and downs of his time there in Columbus. The two also discuss how Kirk got into the TV industry and the steps that led him to where he is today.
Clay Travis is joined by political commentator Dave Rubin of the Rubin Report. Clay and Dave discuss his dreams of becoming a sports broadcaster, how a he got into the world of comedy, his decision to come out as gay and his reasons for becoming a political commentator.
Clay Travis is joined by Dan Wetzel, who is currently in France covering the Women’s World Cup, to talk about his life and career that led him to where he is today as one of the top sports journalists in the world. The two discuss what life was like growing up in Boston, his time covering John Calipari while he was at UMASS, and the steps that he took that eventually landed him at Yahoo.
Clay Travis is joined by ESPN and SEC Network personality Paul Finebaum. The two discuss what life was like growing up in Memphis, Tennessee and how Paul’s life changed following the death of his father. Also, we find out about his college experience at the University of Tennessee and how his career has been in constant transition going from print journalism, to radio, to where he is now in television.
Washington State Head football coach Mike Leach joins Clay Travis to discuss his life and career in the game of football. From his childhood and upbringing in Wyoming, to getting his law degree at Pepperdine, to his time spent running camps in Japan and coaching in Finland, and all the steps in between he took to get to where he is today, with some classic Mike Leach twists and turns along the way.
SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joins Clay Travis for an in-depth discussion of his life and career. They discuss some wide ranging topics including what led him to a career in football (hint: he wanted to be an engineer), what he learned during his early career and how it set him up to be successful in his current position. And, they talk about his current concerns and direction for the SEC Conference.
Clay Travis debuts the inaugural episode of Wins & Losses by sitting down with Jason Whitlock. These two powerhouse personalities talk about all the successes and failures in Jason’s life and how they led him to where he is today. Check out this deeply revealing conversation.