At this point, Brody Cress is no longer a National Finals Rodeo rookie.The Hillsdale saddle bronc rider might be competing in his first NFR, but through seven rounds he was riding like a veteran. In round seven Wednesday, Cress had an 80-point ride on top of Stace Smith Pro Rodeo’s Hickok to finish in a tie for sixth place.
Brody Cress had an impressive summer. Now he’s looking to cap off his season with a productive December.The Hillsdale saddle bronc rider will compete in his first National Finals Rodeo beginning Thursday at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The 10-day season-ending rodeo runs through Dec. 16.“I’m not just happy with being out there,” Cress said last week before heading out to Vegas.
Boise State 24, Wyoming 14 FIRST QUARTERWyoming 7, Boise State 0Josh Allen 1 run (Cooper Rothe kick)DRIVE: 13 plays, 68 yards, 5:45KEY PLAY: Allen connected with Drew Van Maanen for a 30-yard play-action pass, Allen's longest completion of the game.SECOND QUARTERWyoming 7 Boise State 3DRIVE: 8 plays, 37 yards, 3:25KEY PLAY: After starting the drive in Wyoming territory because an Allen interception, Brett Rypien extended the drive with a 9-yard pass to Jake Roh on third-and-5.
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Selecting a term
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