Taylor Webb began his coaching career as an assistant football coach in 1972 at Plano Texas High School. In 1975 he started their very first wrestling program and helped pioneer wrestling at major high schools in the Dallas area. He served as head wrestling coach through 2006, the program became one of the premier wrestling programs in Texas H.S. under his tutelage, winning multiple District & Regional titles. He was inducted into the Texas Wrestling Hall of Fame in February of 2020.
Over the course of his rodeo career which paralleled his coaching career, Taylor was a member of the PRCA, IPRA & CRA.
He was one of the top Texas Circuit steer wrestlers for over 20 years, and was a consistent winner.
He was a nine (9) time Texas Circuit Finals qualifier, 1980-81; 1983-1989, Champion at Pecos, Tx, Dallas, Tx & San Angelo, was a three (3) time Mesquite year-end champion, IPRA Finals Qualifier 1976, CRA champion 1976 and 1979.
He was one of the toughest competitors to beat in steer wrestling jackpots and head to head matches.
winning the Skeeter Memorial tournament match Championship in Ennis, Tx
Taylor Retired from coaching in 2006, residing in Decatur, TX with his wife Teresa at the time of his passing in 2019. They raised two sons Jarrett & Blaine Webb and enjoyed spending time with their family, including his granddaughter and namesake Taylor