After clearing the PBR concussion protocol Saturday morning Cooper Davis went 2 for 3 over the weekend highlighted with a third place finish in round two, and an event fifth place finish overall. Cooper earned 105 world standings points and remains fifth in the PBR world standings with 2,548 points.
Jess Lockwood went 0 for 2 over the weekend and remains in second place in the PBR world standings with 5,080 points.
Derek Kolbaba rode 1 of 3 for 87.25 points
Up Next for PBR’s Unleash the Beast tour: following a one week break the PBR Unleash the Beast tour travels to Minneapolis, MN for the Minneapolis Invitational at Target Center which gets underway Friday October 4th at 8:45 pm EDT and concludes with the championship round Saturday October 5th at 7:45 pm EDT. Minneapolis will also host the tenth 15 / 15 Bucking Battle of the season.
CBS Network will air the 15 / 15 Bucking Battle Sunday October 6th at 5:00 pm EDT.
The action in its entirety will air live via PBR’s streaming digital platform RidePass. The listen LIVE stream begins Friday at 8:30 pm EDT and conclude with the championship round Saturday at 7:30 pm EDT. On-demand replays will be available at 8:00 am EDT the next day at www.ridepass.com. The service can be found at www.ridepass.com, and in the Apple App and Google Play stores under the listing of RidePass.
CBS Sports Network will air the championship round Sunday October 6th at 6:00 pm EDT.