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Nashville Stampede 5th after first PBR Teams Series Event

At the first-ever PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Team Series event in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Nashville Stampede finished fifth.

On the opening day of the season, the Nashville Stampede went head-to-head with the Carolina Cowboys in arguably the most exciting game of the evening.

After a back-and-forth battle, the Stampede emerged the more dominant team, covering 80% of their bulls en route to a 337.75-257.25 victory.

The Stampede then readied to take on the Missouri Thunder Tuesday evening, who also logged a game win on the first day of the season.

In a game which would determine the event winner, the Stampede fell short by one ride, defeated by the Thunder 174.25-87.

Entering the bonus round, the Stampede were one of five teams with a 1-1 record. With the out slated to be a crucial tie-break, Head Coach Justin McBride elected to put the team’s first round Draft pick and 2018 PBR World Champion Kaique Pacheco atop Mike’s Motive.

Pacheco, however, fell short of the 8, bucked off in 2.89 seconds. As a result, the Stampede finished sixth in the bonus round, earning 3 bonus points.

The Nashville Stampede are now fifth in the regular season standings, having gone 1-1 in game play, amassing 424.75 aggregate and 3 bonus round points.

CBS Sports will air a one-hour highlight show from the season-launch PBR Team Series event in Cheyenne, Wyoming, on Sunday, July 31 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

PBR RidePass on Pluto TV will offer re-airs and on-demand replays of all the action. PBR RidePass is available on desktops, laptops, and mobile devices via www.pluto.tv.

The PBR Team Series will next travel to T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri, for Outlaw Days, the first of eight, three-day, team homestands in the 2022 season. The event will be on Friday, August 5 at 7:45 p.m. CT, Saturday, August 6 at 6:45 p.m. CT and Sunday, August 7 at 11:00 a.m. CT.

During the opening night of competition for Outlaw Days on August 5, the Nashville Stampede will play the Ariat Texas Rattlers.

The Nashville Stampede are based at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, where they will host their inaugural homestand, Stampede Days, on Aug. 19-21.

For more information about Nashville Stampede, visit pbr.com/teams/stampede/, Nashville Stampede on Facebook, @NashvilleStampede on Instagram, or @Nash_Stampede on Twitter.

CHEYENNE TEAM STANDINGS: Here are the final Team standings for the PBR Team Series: Cheyenne regular season event:

  1. Missouri Thunder, 2-0-0-1-263.5
  2. Carolina Cowboys, 1-1-0-8-434.5
  3. Austin Gamblers, 1-1-0-7-346.5
  4. Arizona Ridge Riders, 1-1-0-6-252.75
  5. Nashville Stampede, 1-1-0-3-424.75
  6. Kansas City Outlaws, 1-1-0-2-173
  7. Oklahoma Freedom, 0-2-0-5-176.5
  8. Ariat Texas Rattlers, 0-2-0-4-85.75

PBR TEAM SERIES SEASON STANDINGS: Here are the current Team standings for the regular season after the season-launch event in Cheyenne, Wyoming:

  1. Missouri Thunder, 2-0-0-1-263.5
  2. Carolina Cowboys, 1-1-0-8-434.5
  3. Austin Gamblers, 1-1-0-7-346.5
  4. Arizona Ridge Riders, 1-1-0-6-252.75
  5. Nashville Stampede, 1-1-0-3-424.75
  6. Kansas City Outlaws, 1-1-0-2-173
  7. Oklahoma Freedom, 0-2-0-5-176.5
  8. Ariat Texas Rattlers, 0-2-0-4-85.75

GAME RECAP – NASHVILLE STAMPEDE VS. MISSOURI THUNDER:

Missouri Thunder Edge Nashville Stampede by One Score to Go a Perfect 2-0 During Game Play in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Nashville Stampede: 87

Missouri Thunder: 174.25

The Missouri Thunder continued to ride supreme in Cheyenne Tuesday evening, winning their second game in as many days when they defeated the Nashville Stampede by one ride score. As both teams entered the showdown fresh off Monday night victories, the intensity was undeniable from the moment the first chute gate cracked open. First out, Jesse Petri (Dublin, Texas) outlasted Cold Chill (D&H Cattle Co./Futrell) to give the Thunder a brief 85.75-point lead. Not to be outdone, Thiago Salgado (Navirai, Brazil) gave the Nashville Stampede a 1.25-point lead when he reached the whistle atop Whiplash (Blake Sharp/Floyd Lowery/CB &Traci Lee) for 87 points. While the second round of riders yielded a buckoff for the Thunder, the Stampede was awarded a re-ride following Fernando Henrique Novais’s (Pereira Barreto, Brazil) trip with Stone Colder (D&H Cattle Company). As the game rolled on, the Missouri Thunder righted the ship when Andrew Alvidrez (Seminole, Texas) kept in perfect time with Chanler’s Dream (Universal Pro Rodeo) for 88.5 points, earning the team its second qualified ride and go-ahead score. Unable to keep his team even with the Thunder, 2018 PBR World Champion Kaique Pacheco (Itatiba, Brazil) was upended by Shake & Bake (Ty Rinaldo TZ Bucking Bulls) in 3.17 seconds. Following buckoffs from Clayton Sellars (Fruitland Park, Florida) for the Thunder and Joao Henrique Lucas (Bastos, Brazil) for the Stampede, the Thunder found themselves with one out left, while the Stampede had two, each having a viable pathway to victory. The Thunder’s first round draft pick, Colten Fritzlan (Rifle, Colorado), was unable to clinch the victory for his team, bested by Off Campus (Dakota Rodeo/Brian & Ashley Pintar/Clay Struve/Chad Berger), opening the door for the Stampede’s Novais and Lucas Fideles Souza (Barnstable, Massachusetts) to make a come-from-behind push for the win. However, the two Stampede riders were unable to rise to the occasion, allowing the Thunder to win the game 174.25-87. At the conclusion of the game, the Thunder (2-0) advanced to the bonus round with an unblemished record, while the Stampede (1-1) readied for their final out with a split record.

ABOUT THE NASHVILLE STAMPEDE:

Nashville Stampede are based at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, where the team will hold its inaugural Stampede Days homestand on August 19-21, 2022, the fourth event of the 10-event PBR Team Series regular season. The Stampede are coached by two-time PBR World Champion Justin McBride. Under the leadership of General Manager Tina Battock, the Stampede are owned by Morris Communications Company, LLC (MCC), which is part of a privately held company with diversified holdings in media, real estate, property development and agribusiness. MCC is based in Augusta, Georgia. MCC’s current media holdings include Morris Media Network (MMN) which reaches millions of consumers with diversified content brands in print, digital, products and live events including Western Horseman, Barrel Horse News, Quarter Horse News, Road to the Horse, EquiStat and the National Barrel Horse Association. A portfolio of lifestyle publications and digital assets serve outdoor/sporting/travel enthusiasts with Alaska Magazine, Milepost, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Charlotte Magazine, Orlando Magazine, Savannah Magazine, Where Visitor publications and more, including the Nashville Stampede, one of eight founding teams in the new PBR Team Series.

ABOUT THE PBR (PROFESSIONAL BULL RIDERS) TEAM SERIES:

The PBR Team Series is an elite new league that will feature the world’s top bull riders competing on teams in five-on-five bull riding games during an 11-event season beginning in July and culminating in a team championship at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas November 4-6. During the 2022 season, each of the eight teams representing teams in Austin, TX; Fort Worth, TX; Glendale, AZ; Kansas City, MO; Nashville, TN; Oklahoma City, OK; Ridgedale, MO; and Winston-Salem, NC will host a three-day homestand. There will also be neutral site games in Cheyenne, WY and Anaheim, CA. To determine team rosters, the league held a rider draft on May 23 prior to start of the 2022 season among any bull riders who have declared for the draft during a league eligibility window. The PBR Team Series builds on the existing structure of professional bull riding with the same basic rules for judging and scoring qualified 8-second bull rides. Events will be staged in a tournament-style format with all teams competing in head-to-head matchups against a different opponent each day. Each game will feature five riders per team squaring off against another team. Full team rosters will be comprised of seven riders on the core roster and three practice squad members. The team with the highest aggregate score of qualified rides among its riders will be declared the winner of each game. The event winner will be the team with the most game wins across an event, with a special bonus round designed as a tie-breaker to determine final event standings. All PBR Team Series events will be carried on either the CBS Television Network, streaming live on Paramount+, CBS Sports Network, or RidePass on PlutoTV.

Will Rabb

Will Rabb

Will is a Middle Tennessee native having been born and raised in Winchester. His love of radio began as a child listening to local stations on the way to school or while falling asleep at night. After High School, where he was active in student media, he attended the University of Tennessee majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media while covering sports for the campus radio station. He then moved into the business professionally as a board op/producer for Cumulus of Knoxville and the Vol Network. His radio journey then took him to Louisiana where he was the lead producer for ESPN New Orleans. After returning home to Winchester, he spent several years broadcasting local sports for stations in Franklin County before joining the Bowman Family. When he’s not at the station, Will enjoys spending time with his wife Shaina and his two fur babies (Toulouse and Belle), cheering on the Vols, Preds and Saints and in the kitchen or behind the grill trying out new recipes.

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