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The Short Score: $50K for JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins
JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins join The Short Score to talk about winning RodeoHouston 2024 to kick off their partnership.
JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins winning the 2024 RodeoHouston.
JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins winning the 2024 RodeoHouston. | Impulse Photography Courtesy RodeoHouston

JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins copped the biggest check of the PRCA regular season, winning the 2024 RodeoHouston for $50,000 a man.

Yeahquo and Hawkins are a new team in 2024 and have both jumped to No. 1 in the world standings after taking home $54,375 a man in Houston. Yeahquo now has $65,674.40 won on the year, and Hawkins has $70,240.46 on the heel side.

Yeahquo and Hawkins join The Short Score to talk about the win and their new partnership.

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Read about their win: JC Yeahquo and Buddy Hawkins Win Houston, Debut Partnership at No. 1

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