One of Lowe’s first stops in his inaugural pro campaign was in the Permian Basin at the annual SandHills Stock Show and Rodeo. “I still remember the horse I got on,” Lowe said after riding in Wednesday’s third performance of this year’s SandHills Stock Show and Rodeo.
No, the change needs to be made on the calendar. Every January, the SandHills is one of the first rodeos on the PRCA calendar, a prestigious spot for sure. But it’s not one that really gives the event its best chance of drawing the top talent so early in the season. The elite cowboys and cowgirls are less than a month removed from the National Finals Rodeo, a reward for a year-long journey to hundreds of rodeos around the country in order to qualify for a trip to Las Vegas each December.
Newman’s concerns were justified throughout the first half as UTPB couldn’t put the Bulldogs away and when Isaiah Lopez put the visitors up by one point with a 3-pointer less than two minutes into the second half, things got very quiet inside the Falcons Dome – for about five seconds. That’s how long it took the Falcons to get the ball in the hands of Amari Cooper on the right wind and the UTPB guard buried his own 3-pointer to regain the lead.
@RACERmag@F1@NASCAR@IndyCar Always had a smile, a handshake and was willing to answer every question whenever we met, at the track or in the offices of All-American Racers. Sure made covering racing much more enjoyable. Prayers for his family.
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