Born and raised in the Football Capitol of the South, Lance Taylor first began his sports career as a play-by-play man for Minor League Baseball in 1995. In 2002, he started his daily radio program and is now the second-longest tenured radio personality on WJOX. He has differentiated himself on the southeast’s largest sports station with his sharp wit and insight, and has distinguished himself as an authority in sports analysis and handicapping.
As a member of “The Roundtable” (Weekdays 10a-2p, Central), Lance has access to sports personalities, athletes, and coaches - these unique relationships give him an extended understanding of how he believes certain athletes and teams will perform in certain situations.
Outside of his work at WJOX, he has appeared as a panelist on ESPNews and has been a panelist on Inside Southeastern Sports for several college football seasons. He also is a frequent guest on radio programs across the country and SiriusXM.
Lance’s handicapping strategies are based on an anti-public approach, tempered with specific position matchups that he adds an extra weight to. While many handicappers and websites offer plays on every game on the board, Lance offers you only the choicest options for that day. Lance stresses that picking or playing too many games is a good way to lose.