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Learn More About Clay Travis
Clay Travis is the only former student manager in the history of college athletics to marry an NFL cheerleader. He managed to pull this off despite an irrational affinity for the television shows Dawson's Creek and My Super Sweet 16. While being raised in Nashville, Tenn., Travis developed a healthy obsession with college sports and Alyssa Milano. As a teenager his greatest accomplishment was taking a doo-rag wearing Luke Duke (balling as Tom Wopat) to the hole at the Nashville YMCA.
In the midst of a stellar legal career during which he specialized in rewarding the unjust and punishing the oppressed, Travis began writing for CBS Sports's SPiN section in September 2005. Shortly thereafter Travis made sports journalism history by chronicling MTV's Gauntlet II in his game diary. He expects his Pulitzer nomination to arrive any day. In July of 2008 Travis left CBS to accept an associate editor position at Deadspin.com.
Travis has many friends in the CBS universe, but he values no relationship more dearly than his with Southeastern Conference broadcaster Verne Lundquist. This is despite the recent strain in the relationship that has arisen over the fact that Lundquist does not know he exists. Travis is a 2001 graduate of George Washington University and a 2004 graduate of Vanderbilt Law School.
He considers Varsity Blues to be a legitimate work of cinematic genius and believes any suggestion otherwise to be heresy. Despite his legal credentials, he was recently baffled over the distinction between heresy and hearsay. On the positive side, he is an expert on the differences between their, there and they're, to and too, your and you're and only wishes his readers were as well.
Clay's first book, Dixieland Delight: A Football Season on the Road in the Southeastern Conference is available in bookstores. His second book, Man the Book, is also available in bookstores. His third book, On Rocky Top, will focus on the University of Tennessee's 2008 season. This means that Travis has thousands of dollars riding on each UT game in terms of future book sales. But he will not be nervous about this. Not at all. In the end it will be the finest work of SEC literature since Travis's prior magnum opus on the SEC, Dixieland Delight. Regardless of what transpires On Rocky Top will be in fine bookstores and a few porn parlors come July of 2009. In hardback, no less.
Travis currently resides in Nashville, Tenn. with his wife, Lara, and son, Fox. He is a practicing attorney. (His opposition to motion for protective order has been described as Iverson-esque.) If you want someone who can investigate sexual harassment claims and write sterling labor/employment investigations all while discussing SEC football, he is your man. Seriously. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.