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  1. WNFR Journal: Round 10

    Jeff Medders

    As if his star couldn't shine any brighter, rumor has it that Matt Austin, who won the world championship in bull riding and broke Ty Murray's single-season earnings record, will compete in the all-around race in 2006. Watch out Ryan Jarrett.

    Story | Conversation | December 16, 2005
  2. WNFR Journal: Round 9

    Jeff Medders

    Tie-down roping has more plots than a Alfred Hitchcock movie. Fred Whitfield, who is after a seventh world championship, has a front running record like Tiger Woods and won't let the others off the hook.

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2005
  3. WNFR Journal: Round 8

    Jeff Medders

    Team roping is freaky. Speed and Rich have spoiled us. And with them not players in this year's race the chances are still very good that we will have a world champion header from one team and Kory Koontz as the world champion heeler.

    Story | Conversation | December 10, 2005
  4. WNFR Journal: Round 7

    Jeff Medders

    Shhhh! Blair Burk is three head away from a tie-down roping world championship. It won't be easy but it is very doable. His toughest competition looks to be current world champ Monty Lewis. First one to blink is out!

    Story | Conversation | December 09, 2005
  5. WNFR Journal: Round 6

    Jeff Medders

    Nine world championships will be decided on Sunday afternoon. Only one of those appears to be a lock (bull riding) and the other eight are as wide open as the Montana landscape.

    Story | Conversation | December 08, 2005
  6. WNFR Journal: Round 5

    Jeff Medders

    Halftime is over and these guys now have to put their aches and pains behind them and focus on the task at hand. We are down to the final five days of the rodeo season and every second counts.

    Story | Conversation | December 07, 2005
  7. WNFR Journal: Round 4

    Jeff Medders

    The bareback riders are still killing them with consistency. In 60 attempts these guys have made 59 qualified rides. That is saucy.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2005
  8. WNFR Journal: Round 3

    Jeff Medders

    A bad break has Fred Whitfield Whitfield near the back of the pack in the average race and leaves him no choice but to come out firing in these last seven rounds.

    Story | Conversation | December 05, 2005
  9. WNFR Journal: Round 2

    Jeff Medders

    Round 1 was silky smooth. Round 2 had some demons. Was it the jitters? Was it the animals? Maybe both? The stock had something to do with it on both ends of the arena. All I know is that Round 2 has changed the game plan of some this year's key players.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2005
  10. WNFR Journal: Preview

    Jeff Medders

    The bright lights of Las Vegas always illuminate the final 10 days of the rodeo year. What happens over the coming 10 rounds can atone for a lot of sins in the regular season or undue dreams and world championship aspirations.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2005
  11. WNFR Journal: Round 1

    Jeff Medders

    For the most part Round 1 was one not many will forget unless you happen to be world standings leaders Clay Tryan and Patrick Smith who slipped out of the average with a no-time.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2005
  12. Second Loop

    Jeff Medders

    Rodeo poster boy Stran Smith has gone through another growth spurt. But this one has nothing to do with size or weight.

    Story | Conversation | June 06, 2005
  13. Comin' At Ya

    Jeff Medders

    After injuries crushed any world championship hopes Dan Mortensen and Glen O'Neill had in 2004, the pair has returned to action with varying degrees of success as the always profitable summer season creeps closer.

    Story | Conversation | April 27, 2005
  14. World Premier?

    Jeff Medders

    So when is it too early to start paying attention to the Jack Daniel's World Standings? April? May? For most, the less-than-casual glances begin in the summer and following the end of the winter leg of the ProRodeo Tour.

    Story | Conversation | April 13, 2005
  15. Drs. Feelgood

    Jeff Medders

    When the PRCA green-lit a sports medicine program for the 1980 Wrangler NFR, it was met with lots of curiosity seekers, but few partakers. But by Round 3, the program, now known as the Justin Sports Medicine Program, had moved into God-sent territory.

    Story | Conversation | March 23, 2005
  16. Modest Man

    Jeff Medders

    Most women have trouble getting men to say the "L" word. But not Billy Etbauer. Despite winning his fifth world title in 2004, Etbauer continues to drop "L" bombs when asked how he continues to be successful. Well don't buy his restraint for a second.

    Story | Conversation | March 08, 2005