Suzette Maria Taylor

American sportscaster for NBC Sports. She has worked for ESPN and the SEC Network.

Maria Taylor is in her third season as a college analyst & reporter and joined ESPN and SEC Network in 2014. In 2017, Taylor was named a reporter for College GameDay Built by Home Depot.

In 2013, she was the sideline reporter on ESPN2's weekly Saturday night primetime college football telecast in addition to the Orange Bowl, her second consecutive year covering the annual bowl game.

Additionally, she has been an analyst and also ESPN's coverage on the NCAA Women's Basketball Selection Show, and also ESPN's coverage  Women's Volleyball National Championship.

In 2020, ESPN reportedly offered to increase Taylor's $1 million annual salary to $5 million, which she turned down. Taylor left the network the day after the 2021 NBA Finals concluded on July 20.

Maria Taylor is an American analyst and host for the SEC Network and ESPN. The fan-favorite covers college football, volleyball, and basketball, the NBA, and the NFL.

With her ability to provide terrific commentary and handle even the most cringe-worthy of interviews with characteristic grace, Maria has established herself as one of the best in the business.

Maria and her husband Rodney Blackstock called off their first engagement before reuniting after three years to get married

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