Jordan Davis

Content Producer - Sports

Jordan is a senior Journalism major at Texas A&M University-Commerce, as well as a co-host for 88.9 KETR's Locker Room podcast. He lives and breathes sports and grew up playing basketball and football in Texarkana. He hopes to one day work for ESPN and to eventually own his own sports magazine.

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KETR's Locker Room
4:25 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Are sports today too dangerous?

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In this episode Jordan and Cooper discuss the relative dangers of sports, as well as the dominance of the SEC in the college football world. Also discussed: the Texas Rangers, NBA free agency, and the Dallas Cowboys.

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KETR's Locker Room
6:00 pm
Tue June 25, 2013

Would you take him back?

Josh Hamilton batting for the Los Angeles Angels
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A few days ago 103.3 ESPN posed this question: If the Angels offered to trade Josh Hamilton back to the Rangers and absorb half of his contract, would you want him back? 

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KETR's Locker Room
5:27 pm
Fri June 21, 2013

New host, new opinions

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Jordan Davis officially joined KETR's Locker Room on Friday, and sat down with Cooper and Big Chris for an on-air "interview". Also discussed: NBA & NHL Playoffs, the Texas Rangers, and Aaron Hernandez.

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KETR's Locker Room
5:35 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

If coaches can be traded, what next?

Doc Rivers talking to Kevin Garnett
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Though it fell through, the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Clippers had been discussing a somewhat unusual trade. The guys discuss this, Tim Tebow's NFL future, the NBA Finals, and the Texas Rangers.

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KETR's Locker Room

KETR’s Locker Room is a sports podcast devoted to everything sports in Texas and the surrounding area.

Each week Cooper Welch, Taylor Phelps and Jordan Davis discuss what’s new in the world of sports, talk about their favorite teams and athletes, and answer a controversial question that others refuse to talk about. They also sit down with the A&M-Commerce athletic department each week for “Look at the Lions”, and with a local high school athlete for “Locker Room Athlete of the Week”.

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