Bachelor in Broadcast News and Public Affairs, University Alabama, 1988.
Davis works as an anchor on SportsCenter and serves as host of various other programs on the network, including College GameDay football road show. While a student at Alabama, Davis regularly worked as a freelance television play-by-play announcer, studio host, and radio personality in select media outlets throughout the state, all positions that were primarily unpaid internships. In 1987, Davis began working as a general assignment reporter for WCFT-television in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
In 2001 Davis was named as an outstanding alumnus of the University of Alabama"s School of Communication and Information Sciences.
After graduating from Alabama, Davis served until 1993 in various positions at WRBL-television in Columbus, Georgia. At the local news network, Davis worked as a sports reporter, the lead weekend news anchor, and later as WRBL"s sports director
In 1993, Davis left Georgia for the media market in Flint, Michigan. Davis began working as a sports anchor and reporter at WJRT-television, a position where the young journalist would quickly garner the attention of Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Davis left WJRT and Flint in March 1995 for Bristol, Connecticut.
He began working for the ESPN2 program SportSmash, where he provided five-minute reports on sports news and scores.
Davis hosted ESPN2"s National Basketball Association 2Night in 1996 and 1997. From 1997 through 1999, Davis served as studio host of ESPN2"s weekend RPM 2Night and Sunday morning RPM 2Day programs. Davis went on to anchor the program SportsCenter, alongside a number of other Entertainment and Sports Programming Network Personalities.
Davis also frequently gave the "Extra Point" report of The Dan Patrick Show on Entertainment and Sports Programming Network Radio, and from time to time was a guest host on the program
Davis works on SportsCenter, college football and college basketball for the network. Previously, Davis hosted horse racing telecasts during the Triple Crown season.
Davis is now the regular season host of College Football Live which airs daily during college football season and has served as the studio anchor of College GameDay football show and College Football Final. He is also the host of the College GameDay basketball road show.
On February 5, 2015, Entertainment and Sports Programming Network announced Davis signed a multi-year contract with the network through 2021 that included taking over as host of the College GameDay football road show in 2015 for Chris Fowler, who had hosted the show since 1990.
The deal also sees Davis discontinue his Entertainment and Sports Programming Network College Football Thursday Primetime duties but continue his weekly basketball play-by-play role. Davis said of his work at Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, "I don"t think of my job as being hard. I know I"m the luckiest guy around.
I get to watch basketball and talk about lieutenant
When you never feel as if you go to work, it"s really easy and fun to do the homework.".
Married; 2 children.