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Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor is a Freelance Writer and owns Punt On Third Down. Eric also writes for FBSchedules.com and is President at Taylor Creative Group.

Alabama-Clemson A Rematch… For ‘Bama Defense

The narrative for the third College Football Playoff National Championship Game has been Rematch. The term has been applied by every fan and media pundit not located inside the Mal Moore Athletic Complex on the campus of the University of Alabama. Alabama beat Clemson... Continue Reading →

Make Early Enrollees And Redshirt Freshmen Eligible For Non-CFP Bowls

What is one answer coaches give when talking about the advantages of qualifying for a bowl game? Sure, it's an opportunity to reward the players and staff for a great season, but the biggest advantage a bowl game brings is... Continue Reading →

Bo Scarbrough Will Be Mr. December And January For Bama

The NFL and college football have progressively moved away from relying on a running back to be the guy from the first game of the season until the final game. However, as the season creeps toward the the portion of the season where... Continue Reading →

Episode 10 | SEC Championship Game Preview | Week 14

Eric Taylor previews the SEC Championship Game featuring No.1 Alabama (12-0, 8-0) vs. No.15 Florida (8-3, 6-2). Don't forget to Subscribe!

Episode 9 | SEC Football Preview | Rivalry Week | Week 13

Eric Taylor gives an SEC Football Preview for every conference game this Rivalry Weekend. That is something for which we can all be thankful. The first 20 seconds are a treat. Nick Saban sings the U Name It Challenge (Beans Greens... Continue Reading →

Hillary Clinton Supporters Election Night Surrender Cobra

Episode 8 | SEC Football Preview | Week 10

Eric Taylor and Tyler Faulkner give their SEC Football Predictions for Week 10 and Nick Saban randomly drops audio at the beginning and end of the podcast. Oh, Nick.

Why Picking LSU Over Alabama Is Fool’s Gold

LSU and Alabama will play in the SEC's annual heavyweight battle once again in prime time on Saturday night. LSU is one of the hottest teams in the SEC with Leonard Fournette making a case to become the first comeback... Continue Reading →

How The SEC Could Be Left Out Of The College Football Playoff

The hottest two teams after Week 8 of the SEC football season are LSU and Auburn. It could be argued that Alabama is truly the hottest, but they probably fit more in the dominant/consistent category than the former. If Auburn and... Continue Reading →

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