Steer wrestler Dean Gorsuch didn't sleep well the night of Dec. 8, and who could blame him? He was locked in a battle with friend Luke Branquinho, the 2004 World Champion, for the gold buckle, and a single run would determine the outcome.
Branquinho (Los Alamos, Calif.) had been red-hot in Las Vegas and led the world standings entering Round 10, but Gorsuch had a firm grip on the average lead. A solid run by Gorsuch would seal the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo average for him and, as ...
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