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In the last round of the knife fight that is the 2021 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo team roping, standings leaders Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira will duke it out with the other leading teams in a one-header to determine the World Champs. 

773 Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan

Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp were 9.1 on this steer in Round 7, Quinn and Joseph were 4.4 in Round 4, and Derrick and Brady were 4.9 on him in Round 1.

797 Clint Summers and Ross Ashford

Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins roped him in 4.8. This one is strong and a step to the right. The one Tyler Wade and Trey Yates had an illegal head catch on and got out of whack. Erich Rogers and Paden Bray were 4.4 on him in Round 1.

792 Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins

This was the day-money steer for Clay Tryan and Jake Long in Round 7. Coy Rahlmann and Doug Rich were 4.0+5 in Round 4, and Quinn Kesler and Joseph Harrison were 4.8 in the first round on him.

779 Quinn Kesler and Joseph Harrison

Clint Summers and Ross Ashford were 4.6+5 on this one in Round 7. Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves were 4.4 on this one to win second in the round, and Rhen Richard was 4.5 with a leg. Just a good, medium steer.

791 Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich

Clay Smith and Jade Corkill were 4.6+5 on him in Round 7, and Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler were 4.7 in Round 4, and Coleman Proctor missed him in Round 1. He's a faster, level-headed steer and could be good for a go-round. 

789 Derrick Begay and Brady Minor

Coleman Proctor and Logan Medlin had an illegal head catch on him in Round 7. Clay Tryan and Jake Long were 7.7 on this one in Round 4, and Wesley Thorp roped a leg on him in Round 1 to be 4.5+5. 

768 Tyler Wade and Trey Yates

Coy Rahlmann and Douglas Rich were 4.7+5. Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp were 5.5+10 on him in Round 4. He didn't start and was slow. Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan got a leg on him getting out of whack to be 10.4 in the first round. 

795 Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp

Quinn Kesler and Joseph Harrison were 7.6+5. Clint Summers and Ross Ashford missed this steer in Round 4, and Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins were 5.6 on him in the first round. He's just a good steer. 

785 Coleman Proctor and Logan Medlin 

Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves got him 3.7 to win the day money in Round 7, while Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan made a good run at 4.9 on this steer in Round 4. Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira were 4.6 on him in Round 1. He's in the middle and they just went out and caught.

784 Erich Rogers and Paden Bray

Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan were 4.0+5 on him in Round 7, while Coleman Proctor and Logan Medlin missed this one in Round 4, and Coy Rahlmann and Doug Rich were 4.9+5. This will be a good medium steer.

798 Clay Tryan and Jake Long

Tyler Wade and Trey Yates were 4.4 on this one in Round 7, and Erich Rogers and Paden Bray were 5.0+5 on him, and Clay Tryan missed him.

780 Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler

Erich Rogers and Paden Bray were 4.4 on this one in Round 7, and Andrew Ward and Buddy Hawkins jackpotted this steer to be 4.8 in Round 4, and Clay Tryan and Jake Long missed him in Round 1. He is a medium steer—Clay missed him fast and Andrew and Buddy just went and caught him.

796 Clay Smith and Jade Corkill

Derrick Begay and Brady Minor missed this one in Round 7, and Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira were 4.1 on him to win the round. Clint and Ross missed him. He's a good chance for another round win.

756 Dustin Egusquiza and Travis Graves

This is the steer Kaleb Driggers got a front leg on in Round 7. Clay Smith and Jade Corkill were 5.0 on this steer in Round 4, and Tyler Wade and Trey Yates won the round on him in 4.0 on the first run of the week. Clay just went and caught him—he's a faster steer, quick handling and straight. He'll leave and run. 

787 Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira

Rhen Richard and Jeremy Buhler roped him in 4.2 in Round 7. Derrick Begay missed him in Round 4. He's a smaller horned steer. Clay Smith and Jade Corkowere 4.9 on him. He stayed straight.TRJ

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