Jason Whitlock Bio

Jason Whitlock is an award-winning journalist, TV personality, radio host and podcaster.

A graduate of and football letterman at Ball State University, Whitlock established himself as one of the country's best and most fearless sports journalists while working at the Kansas City Star (1994-2010). His columns that dissected the intersection of sports and race won him the prestigious Scripps Howard National Journalism Award for Commentary in 2007. He's the lone sports writer to ever win the award. In the past decade, Whitlock founded ESPN's The Undefeated website, created Fox Sports 1's TV show "Speak For Yourself," and elevated the profile of the website OutKick.com. Whitlock is a regular guest on Tucker Carlson's Fox News show and a contributor at Blaze Media. He is widely regarded as one of the nation's best pundits on race, social media and sports.

Whitlock's point of view is driven by four things: 1) his Christian upbringing; 2) his football upbringing; 3) his father's Booker T. Washington approach to life; 4) American patriotism.