About Tommy

Tommy Morris is a sports broadcaster and television producer based in Southern California.  He has done everything from play-by-play, to hosting studio shows, production, editing, writing, and reporting.   He is currently a co-host and producer for San Diego Prep Insider on Fox Sports San Diego.

Before starting San Diego Prep Insider Morris was a field producer and reporter for the KUSI Sports department in San Diego.

He was the executive producer for Stable Wars which aired on three Fox Sports regional networks.

Before Stable Wars Tommy was the director of live events and affiliate relations at WealthTV (now AWE.)

Tommy graduated from the University of Southern California Marshall Business School with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  He also earned a minor in Sports Media Studies at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

During his time at USC Tommy was a play-by-play announcer and color color commentator for USC football, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball on KXSC and USCTrojans.com.  He also co-hosted and produced a sports radio show “Unsportsmanlike Conduct” on KXSC, as well as co-hosting and producing “Sportsmanlike Conduct,” a sports debate television show on TrojanVision.

He has interned at KCAL/KCBS Sports in Los Angeles,  XX1090 Sports Radio Station in San Diego, and for the San Diego Chargers.

In high school at La Jolla Country Day School (La Jolla, CA) Tommy was First-Team All-Pacific League as a wide receiver and also returned punts and kicks for the Torreys.  On the baseball diamond he was a two year varsity starter in left field.

  1. tommy, if you think skip bayless has anymore insight to the championship teams hes covered then your average fan you’re crazy. while he may be 60 and still relevant it is only because of his controversial nature not because he has any credibility. the mark cuban skip bayless debacle proves he has no legitimate sports knowledge and while he may watch highlights and film he has no idea what he is looking at in film or highlights.

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