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  1. There won't be many familiar faces in Kissimmee

    Bob Welch

    The last time the Xtreme Bulls Tour stopped in Kissimmee, the cowboys were caught off guard by little-seen stock. And this time it won't be much different which makes it anyone's game including Jesse Bail, who is making his bull riding return.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2006
  2. Stone, McClain out for Kentucky

    Bob Welch

    The Bluegrass State was going to be a little bluer this weekend as 2001-02 World Champ Blue Stone was scheduled to return from semi-retirement. But an injury has once again sidelined him.

    Story | Conversation | June 26, 2006
  3. Could Super Cool factor into Schumacher title?

    Bob Welch

    Of the top 10 bull riders in the ProRodeo Cowboy World Standings, B.J. Schumacher has been to the fewest rodeos (17 to standings-leader Matt Austin's 31). If he can match up with his long-go bull favorably, don't expect him to fall short in Tulsa, Okla.

    Story | Conversation | May 09, 2006
  4. Austin silences rumblings with statement performance

    Bob Welch

    Cancel that APB that was issued for Matt Austin after the first stop in San Antonio when he didn't even finish in the top eight. The world champ is alive and well. Austin scored 179 points on two to ride away with the crown this time.

    Story | Conversation | February 10, 2006
  5. Silcox can make leap to national radar

    Bob Welch

    Wesley Silcox hopes to catapult on to the mainstream radar. But it won't be easy with a talent-rich competition field (including Matt Austin) and Southwick, Robertson and Wilson's Spiderman (83 percent buck-off rate) standing in the way in San Antonio.

    Story | Conversation | February 01, 2006
  6. Can Austin crush the repeat curse?

    Bob Welch

    Four seasons. Four different champions. Is this the year the Xtreme Bulls repeat curse dies? Reigning champ (and current world champ) Matt Austin probably thinks so as he looks to carry forward the incredible momentum he built up during a dream '05 year.

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2006