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PBR Board / Re: New PBR Point system
« Last post by sportsfan on February 15, 2015, 06:10:43 PM »
According to the geniuses that set this new system up, Stetson wasn't trying to "win".   :bs:
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PBR Board / Re: New PBR Point system
« Last post by bfan22 on February 15, 2015, 06:01:19 PM »
Your new point system at work.  Kaique rides 3 of 4 bulls for 265.25 (the 15/15 doesn't count for the event win).  Stetson rides 4 of 4 for 319.5.  Who wins the event?  Kaique.
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PBR Board / Re: Nunes on clock
« Last post by onebull on February 15, 2015, 03:28:37 PM »
 ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) :

  All the announcers do is talk, talk,   
Ty is still talking about the last ride, how many mistakes the rider made and the next rider is already bucking his heart out in the arena.  They forget to tell you the bull or the scores half the time and it's not shown in the captions either

Graig Hummer said today Micki e Mouse has the most buck offs that any bull in the PBR has ever had,   !!!!!  how about Bushwackers 42 a little better than 31 I think.
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PBR Board / Re: Nunes on clock
« Last post by sportsfan on February 15, 2015, 02:51:21 PM »
Ya'll go easy on REZ.  Rumor has it she is about to offer a bull riding school, which will concentrate on the fine art of "chute etiquette".  The school will be taught by bull lovers who have no experience as a bull rider.  You will learn the technique of "wrap and go" and "slide and ride".  As an extra bonus, the technique of "dancing" with the bull will be discussed in great detail. You will be subject to expulsion if the bull under performs when bucking, as it will be assumed you MUST have pulled your rope too tight or tried to weaken the bull.  All students will get extra credit if they throw their rope after leaving the arena, as this shows you truly care about your chosen profession.  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

P.S.  Re-rides will be demonstrated on the chalkboard.  Opinion polls will be handed out showing that in order to get a fans "respect", you MUST always take a re-ride, unless you are unable to walk.  A test will be given at the end of this discussion.
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PBR Board / Re: Nunes on clock
« Last post by bfan22 on February 15, 2015, 09:58:26 AM »
It's still amazing to me that after all these years, no one ever talked about anyone "soaking" or "cheating" a bull in the chute.  It wasn't until the Brazilians started winning so much.  The only people who ever rushed the riders were the rodeo producer and maybe the chute boss.  It had nothing to do with the bull and everything to do with keeping the event moving. 

Thank you Adams1 for telling it like it is.  If Rez would notice, sometimes when a bull is forced out of his leaning, squatting, or balled up position, he acts up.  Because he is standing still, doesn't mean a rider should call for him.  I (apparently mistakenly) thought fans would understand that a rider should never call for a bull leaning on the gate after Ryan Dirteater's wreck a few years ago.  When the bull fell out of the chute and broke Ryan's femur when he was getting up, he could just as easily stepped on Ryan's neck or head and killed or crippled him for life.  This is entertainment for fans.  It's facing death or severe injury for the riders whenever they nod their head.  It's also how they support themselves and their families.  The announcers could help the fans understand by explaining why the rider is having to take time getting out of the chute.
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PBR Board / Re: Nunes on clock
« Last post by adams1 on February 14, 2015, 08:49:49 PM »
Sit in the corner, ya dunce!  Have you never been on one that's squatting, leaning, balled up in the corner, not looking out the gate, etc.?  You don't think these bulls have their slight advantages leaving the box?  They're smart, they know how to get the edge on you.  Not to mention that sitting in the chute, surrounded by steel, is THE most dangerous place to be when you're a bull rider.
Then again, if I remember correctly, you're from NC and know that all there is to riding bulls on the tour is to just "wrap, nod and ride", right?  Where all things PBR-related where birthed? 


Good grief, you're an amazing troll...get my blood pressure spiked like this...
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PBR Board / Re: HAPPY VALENTINE DAY
« Last post by REZ on February 14, 2015, 04:27:08 PM »
Happy Valentine's Day to all as well.  Looking forward to some great bull riding this evening.  Hopefully, the wind and nasty weather won't hamper anyone's ability to view the PBR tonight.
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PBR Board / Re: Nunes on clock
« Last post by REZ on February 14, 2015, 04:23:42 PM »
The riders need to get on the bull, wrap, nod and ride.  Half the time the bull isn't even acting up and it still takes many--yes many--freakin' forever to get wrapped and nod.  Personally, I'm sick of it and hope they DQ the lot of them!  If the bull isn't acting up, but is only laying down, nod--the bull will rise once the chute is open for crying out loud.  Hang out in the chute long enough and for sure the bull will start to act up, making it harder to wrap and nod.  Let me see, could we be trying to take a bit out of the beast prior to leaving the chute?  Ah, duh?!  Ticks me off.
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PBR Board / Re: New PBR Point system
« Last post by licoricewhip on February 14, 2015, 12:07:52 PM »
Or we're waiting to see how the season plays out, per Zip's suggestion.
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PBR Board / Re: New PBR Point system
« Last post by onebull on February 13, 2015, 10:02:57 PM »
 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

   I think this topic is now called Beating a Dead Horse, it's going nowhere.
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