NFR 2018

NFR TV Coverage 2018 : The Cowboy NFR TV Channel, and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 to Broadcast Live Coverage of the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Events, along with RFD-TV and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM Christmas during the 10 …

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Fans of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo will have even more viewing options as RFD-TV, The Cowboy Channel, and RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147 will offer four hours of daily LIVE programming from Las Vegas.  For years RFD-TV has aired the Buckle Ceremony, Western Sports Round-Up with Steve Kenyon, and Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen.  New, this year will be Rodeo Las Vegas, a special one-hour program originating nightly from the Thomas & Mack Center at 8:30 PM ET –  immediately preceding each night’s National Finals Rodeo.  It will premiere on The Cowboy Channel and repeat on RFD-TV.  The new program,

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hosted by Justin McKee and Amy Wilson will take viewers behind the scenes with their favorite athletes to see what “really” goes on in Las Vegas during NFR week.  In addition, Rodeo Las Vegas will take a look at the rapidly growing sport of Fantasy Rodeo, helping players choose their lineups for each evening’s performance with expert insight and analysis.

“We are proud to partner with the PRCA to bring viewers Rodeo Las Vegas on The Cowboy Channel each evening right before the start of the NFR, and Cowboy Christmas on RFD-TV each afternoon,” said Patrick Gottsch, President and Founder of Rural Media Group.  “These programs will create excitement and bring viewers the latest news and information from the Thomas & Mack Center, South Pointe Hotel, the Orleans, and all the other great rodeo action and competitions going on around Las Vegas.  The focus on fantasy rodeo will also be a lot of fun for rodeo fans, and help give more exposure to all the cowboys and cowgirls who devote their lives to western sports.”

The Broadcast Schedule from December 6 – 15 is as follows:  ALL TIMES ET

RFD-TV:

  • 3:00 PM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 4:00 PM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 5:00 PM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 2:00 AM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 3:00 AM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 4:00 AM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 5:00 AM:  Rodeo Las Vegas

The Cowboy Channel:

  • 7:30 PM:  National Finals Tonight
  • 8:30 PM:  Rodeo Las Vegas
  • 2:00 AM / 6:00 AM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 3:00 AM / 7:00 AM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 4:00 AM / 8:00 AM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 5:00 AM / 9:00 AM:  Rodeo Las Vegas

RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147:

  • 6:00 PM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 7:00 PM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 8:00 PM:  Buckle Wrap
  • 8:30 PM:  Rodeo Las Vegas
  • 9:30 PM:  National Finals Rodeo performance

Show Descriptions:

  • Rodeo Las Vegas:  Take a look behind the scenes about what really goes on in the athletes’ lives while in town for the National Finals Rodeo.  Rodeo Las Vegas is also the #1 show for fantasy rodeo fans.  We’ll also take an in-depth look at other events happening around Las Vegas.
  • Western Sports Round-Up:  Steve Kenyon recaps the previous night’s performance from the Thomas & Mack Center, explaining who’s up and who’s down, while looking ahead to see who needs a big performance to make a move up the standings.
  • Outside The Barrel:  Daily talk show hosted by famous PBR Barrel man and Entertainer Flint Rasmussen.  The celebrity and humor-filled show is a must see for all rodeo fans.
  • National Finals Tonight:  National Finals Tonight® features rodeo highlights and interviews with some of the most recognizable names in the world of professional rodeo. Hosted by eight-time World Champion and Hall of Fame Cowboy Don Gay, along with World Champion Tie-Down Roper and All-Around Cowboy, Joe Beaver and TV Host Dan Miller.
  • The Buckle Ceremony:  Filmed each evening at The Southpoint, each night’s winners are presented with their go-round buckles.
  • Buckle Wrap:  Highlights of The Buckle Ceremony with Steve Kenyon airing each evening on RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147

NFR

NFR TV Coverage 2018 : The Cowboy NFR TV Channel, and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 to Broadcast Live Coverage of the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Events, along with RFD-TV and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM Christmas during the 10 …

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW LIVE

Fans of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo will have even more viewing options as RFD-TV, The Cowboy Channel, and RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147 will offer four hours of daily LIVE programming from Las Vegas.  For years RFD-TV has aired the Buckle Ceremony, Western Sports Round-Up with Steve Kenyon, and Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen.  New, this year will be Rodeo Las Vegas, a special one-hour program originating nightly from the Thomas & Mack Center at 8:30 PM ET –  immediately preceding each night’s National Finals Rodeo.  It will premiere on The Cowboy Channel and repeat on RFD-TV.  The new program,

NFR TV Coverage 2018 Live Stream Free Online

hosted by Justin McKee and Amy Wilson will take viewers behind the scenes with their favorite athletes to see what “really” goes on in Las Vegas during NFR week.  In addition, Rodeo Las Vegas will take a look at the rapidly growing sport of Fantasy Rodeo, helping players choose their lineups for each evening’s performance with expert insight and analysis.

“We are proud to partner with the PRCA to bring viewers Rodeo Las Vegas on The Cowboy Channel each evening right before the start of the NFR, and Cowboy Christmas on RFD-TV each afternoon,” said Patrick Gottsch, President and Founder of Rural Media Group.  “These programs will create excitement and bring viewers the latest news and information from the Thomas & Mack Center, South Pointe Hotel, the Orleans, and all the other great rodeo action and competitions going on around Las Vegas.  The focus on fantasy rodeo will also be a lot of fun for rodeo fans, and help give more exposure to all the cowboys and cowgirls who devote their lives to western sports.”

The Broadcast Schedule from December 6 – 15 is as follows:  ALL TIMES ET

RFD-TV:

  • 3:00 PM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 4:00 PM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 5:00 PM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 2:00 AM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 3:00 AM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 4:00 AM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 5:00 AM:  Rodeo Las Vegas

The Cowboy Channel:

  • 7:30 PM:  National Finals Tonight
  • 8:30 PM:  Rodeo Las Vegas
  • 2:00 AM / 6:00 AM:  The Buckle Ceremony
  • 3:00 AM / 7:00 AM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 4:00 AM / 8:00 AM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 5:00 AM / 9:00 AM:  Rodeo Las Vegas

RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147:

  • 6:00 PM:  Western Sports Round-Up
  • 7:00 PM:  Outside The Barrel
  • 8:00 PM:  Buckle Wrap
  • 8:30 PM:  Rodeo Las Vegas
  • 9:30 PM:  National Finals Rodeo performance

Show Descriptions:

  • Rodeo Las Vegas:  Take a look behind the scenes about what really goes on in the athletes’ lives while in town for the National Finals Rodeo.  Rodeo Las Vegas is also the #1 show for fantasy rodeo fans.  We’ll also take an in-depth look at other events happening around Las Vegas.
  • Western Sports Round-Up:  Steve Kenyon recaps the previous night’s performance from the Thomas & Mack Center, explaining who’s up and who’s down, while looking ahead to see who needs a big performance to make a move up the standings.
  • Outside The Barrel:  Daily talk show hosted by famous PBR Barrel man and Entertainer Flint Rasmussen.  The celebrity and humor-filled show is a must see for all rodeo fans.
  • National Finals Tonight:  National Finals Tonight® features rodeo highlights and interviews with some of the most recognizable names in the world of professional rodeo. Hosted by eight-time World Champion and Hall of Fame Cowboy Don Gay, along with World Champion Tie-Down Roper and All-Around Cowboy, Joe Beaver and TV Host Dan Miller.
  • The Buckle Ceremony:  Filmed each evening at The Southpoint, each night’s winners are presented with their go-round buckles.
  • Buckle Wrap:  Highlights of The Buckle Ceremony with Steve Kenyon airing each evening on RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147

Man Utd vs Valencia

Manchester United has already guaranteed a spot in the Champions League knockout stage, but the Red Devils could still win Group H with a victory over Valencia combined with a loss or draw by Juventus at Young Boys. Though it’s unlikely Juve drops points on the road, the Red Devils will go for the win in Eastern Spain against a team it couldn’t beat the first time they played at Old Trafford.

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Manchester United already has guaranteed a spot in the Champions League knockout stage, but the Red Devils could still win Group H with a victory over Valencia combined with a loss or draw by Juventus at Young Boys. Though it’s unlikely Juve drops points on the road, the Red Devils will go for the win in Eastern Spain against a team it couldn’t beat the first time they played at Old Trafford.

Manchester United: The Red Devils are thin in defense and could be without guys like Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly. Luke Shaw is also doubtful this one, and if all of these guys miss out, Valencia will have more than its fair chance of winning.

Valencia: This is a team that has dealt with several injuries, and it always seems like somebody important is missing. Star attacker Goncalo Guedes has missed time due to injury and is unavailable for this match, as is striker Kevin Gameiro.

he Red Devils score early, but a late goal from Valencia sees the teams split the points, as United finishes second in the group.

As well as his legendary status at Old Trafford, Neville is a successful businessman with his fingers in many pies, from restaurants to hotels, so ultimately his foray into coaching will not define him.

However his torturous reign in Valencia will not be forgotten quickly either. Neville’s appointment was seen as bizarre at the time and disastrous when he was sacked.

Valencia took only 14 points from 16 league games under Neville and the coach was dismissed with the team in 14th, six points above the relegation zone.

The Englishman made mistakes. How could he not? Walking into a coaching job at one of Spain’s biggest sides without speaking the language was an error to start with.

Neville had no experience as a head coach and, while that didn’t make it impossible for a coach to succeed, it certainly made it unlikely.

Neville, a friend and business partner of Peter Lim, the Spanish side’s Singaporean owner who bought a 50 percent stake in Salford City, also arrived without back-up, although brother Phil Neville was already at the club working as an assistant manager.

Not having anyone come in with him who spoke Spanish was a grave mistake. Neville would have been bolstered significantly if he’d had a team to work with that knew the league, the players and the fans, and understood the language, the media and the culture of the country.

Juventus vs Young Boys

Juventus vs Young Boys : Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri acknowledges Inter are title rivals in Serie A but believes next week’s Champions League showdown with Young Boys is more important than the Derby d’Italia.

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Juventus and Young Boys sqaure off on the final matchday of the Champions League group stage with the Italian club closing in on first place in the group. Juve has a two-point lead over Manchester United and will likely aim to win the group over providing rest to its most important players. Young Boys are locked into fourth place in the competition and will be done with European competition after this game.

Reigning champions Juve head into Friday’s match already boasting an 11-point advantage over third-placed Inter after 14 games of the season.

Allegri still feels Inter are part of a three-horse title race alongside his own side and Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli, but understandably believes Juve getting the win they need over the Swiss champions next Wednesday to ensure top spot over Manchester United in Group H will have a greater bearing on their season.

At last, we can talk about something other than how many points Juventus needs to get into the Champions League’s Round of 16.

This time, we get to talk about how many points Juventus needs to make sure they finish atop Champions League Group H and give themselves just that much better of a chance of getting a relatively favorite draw in the Round of 16.

So, kind of the same thing, except with a much better kind of twist to it.

Wednesday night in Switzerland isn’t Juventus’ final European game of the season. Rather, it’s just their final game of the Champions League group stage. And while facing a Young Boys side that Juventus has already beaten 3-0 thanks to Paulo Dybala’s hat trick two months ago, the top spot in Group H is very much up for the taking. The good part is that Juve have the inside track on it and will only lose out on it if they self-destruct on the final day of the group stage — something that will probably have Max Allegri doing more than just ripping his jacket off and throwing it on the ground.

(The Round of 16 draw is next Monday in Nyon, in case you’re wondering or have forgotten.)

That means it’s simple for Juventus. You know, just like it was at home against Manchester United, just like it was at home against Valencia. You get a win and then you’re not having to leave yourself to wonder how Manchester United are doing against Valencia. Juve get a win and the main goal of finishing atop the group, one that Max Allegri made sure to emphasize once again during his pre-match press conference on Tuesday, is there and achieved.

Manchester United vs Valencia

Manchester United has already guaranteed a spot in the Champions League knockout stage, but the Red Devils could still win Group H with a victory over Valencia combined with a loss or draw by Juventus at Young Boys. Though it’s unlikely Juve drops points on the road, the Red Devils will go for the win in Eastern Spain against a team it couldn’t beat the first time they played at Old Trafford.

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Manchester United already has guaranteed a spot in the Champions League knockout stage, but the Red Devils could still win Group H with a victory over Valencia combined with a loss or draw by Juventus at Young Boys. Though it’s unlikely Juve drops points on the road, the Red Devils will go for the win in Eastern Spain against a team it couldn’t beat the first time they played at Old Trafford.

Manchester United: The Red Devils are thin in defense and could be without guys like Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly. Luke Shaw is also doubtful this one, and if all of these guys miss out, Valencia will have more than its fair chance of winning.

Valencia: This is a team that has dealt with several injuries, and it always seems like somebody important is missing. Star attacker Goncalo Guedes has missed time due to injury and is unavailable for this match, as is striker Kevin Gameiro.

he Red Devils score early, but a late goal from Valencia sees the teams split the points, as United finishes second in the group.

As well as his legendary status at Old Trafford, Neville is a successful businessman with his fingers in many pies, from restaurants to hotels, so ultimately his foray into coaching will not define him.

However his torturous reign in Valencia will not be forgotten quickly either. Neville’s appointment was seen as bizarre at the time and disastrous when he was sacked.

Valencia took only 14 points from 16 league games under Neville and the coach was dismissed with the team in 14th, six points above the relegation zone.

The Englishman made mistakes. How could he not? Walking into a coaching job at one of Spain’s biggest sides without speaking the language was an error to start with.

Neville had no experience as a head coach and, while that didn’t make it impossible for a coach to succeed, it certainly made it unlikely.

Neville, a friend and business partner of Peter Lim, the Spanish side’s Singaporean owner who bought a 50 percent stake in Salford City, also arrived without back-up, although brother Phil Neville was already at the club working as an assistant manager.

Not having anyone come in with him who spoke Spanish was a grave mistake. Neville would have been bolstered significantly if he’d had a team to work with that knew the league, the players and the fans, and understood the language, the media and the culture of the country.

Manchester City vs Hoffenheim

Kevin De Bruyne Returns to Manchester City Training Ahead of Hoffenheim Match Manchester City‘s star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has returned to training ahead of the team’s clash with Hoffenheim in the UEFA Champions League Tuesday. 

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Rich Fay of the Manchester Evening News confirmed the Belgium international is back in action and provided a positive update on the fitness of Sergio Aguero:

Per Tony Mogan of the Evening Standard, after the 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday, Guardiola had said Aguero was doubtful for the match against Hoffenheim and the weekend’s showdown with Liverpool.

“Sergio is struggling a bit with some problems in his foot,” noted the City boss. “He is not 100 per cent. He has not recovered from what happened against Newcastle, and we spoke about playing 60 minutes and we were lucky he scored at the right moment.”

De Bruyne has only made one appearance for City in the Premier League this season, coming on as a substitute in the away win at Arsenal.

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Following that game De Bruyne suffered a lateral collateral ligament lesion in his right knee in training and was anticipated to be absent for around three months of the campaign despite the fact he didn’t require surgery, per BBC Sport.

However, it appears as though the former Wolfsburg man is set to return ahead of schedule in what will be a huge boost for City.

During the 2018-19 campaign, in which Pep Guardiola’s side won the Premier League with a record points total, De Bruyne was the standout man.

So too has Aguero, who has started this campaign in particularly potent fashion. The 30 year old, who recently agreed a contract extension with City, has netted five times in the top flight already this season, including the second in the 2-0 win over Brighton on Saturday.

City will be out to bounce back in the Champions League on Tuesday, as they suffered a shock 2-1 loss to Lyon in their first game of the group stage. On Sunday the Premier League champions then face a huge clash against Liverpool, with the two sides level on points at the top of the table heading into the game at Anfield. 

While these two crunch games may come too soon for De Bruyne, it’d be a massive boost for Guardiola if he had Aguero available for the clashes to come.

Bayern Munich vs Ajax

Champions League 2018: Odds, Live Stream, TV Info, Predictions for Wednesday

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Juventus’ showdown with Manchester United in Turin headlines Wednesday’s play in the UEFA Champions League.

It’s a huge game for the Red Devils, who have only taken four points from their first three fixtures. However, the Italian champions will be big favourites to grab a victory, as they dominated United in a 1-0 win at Old Trafford earlier in the competition.

Elsewhere, Real Madrid will look to keep up their encouraging start under Santiago Solari when they travel to Viktoria Plzen. The showdown between CSKA Moscow and Roma in the same group is another important fixture.

Here are Wednesday’s games in full, odds for the matches and a preview of a couple of standout games.

Given Juventus were able to control large portions of the clash between these two sides at Old Trafford, it’s going to be tough for United to pick up a result away from home.

While Paulo Dybala’s goal was the difference between the two sides in terms of the score, overall the Serie A champions looked to be the far superior outfit, as they held their opponents at arm’s length.

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Per One Football, United manager Jose Mourinho was full of praise for the way in which the Italian outfit defended against his team:

The Red Devils are in a better place now than when they took on Juventus previously, stringing together successive wins in the Premier League. Anthony Martial is in red-hot form and has the attributes to pose any defence in the world problems at the moment.

Still, Juventus continue to march on at the top of Serie A, beating Cagliari 3-1 at the weekend to stay six points clear of Inter Milan and Napoli. On home soil, they are difficult to get the better of, and victory here would secure their spot in the knockout stages with two games to spare.

Having failed to find the net at his former team last time out, Cristiano Ronaldo will also surely be doubly determined to make amends in Turin.

Plenty has gone on at Madrid since these two sides last met in the Champions League. They were hammered 5-1 by Barcelona, sacked manager Julen Lopetegui and have shown some small signs of recovery with successive wins secured.

For Solari, this is another match that Los Blancos enter as heavy favourites. It’s his biggest test since taking charge, with the Czech team showing at the Santiago Bernabeu that they’re unlikely to be pushovers in a 2-1 loss.

Spanish football journalist Jason Pettigrove doesn’t think the team have made any major strides since the change of management:

Given the poor form of a number of key players, Solari may see this fixture as a chance to rest some established men and bring in some young options.

Gareth Bale has been enduring a tough time of late and was whistled by his own supporters as he struggled on Saturday. Luka Modric, meanwhile, still doesn’t seem to have recovered fully from a physical perspective after a draining FIFA World Cup.

Still, there is a clear quality gap between these two outfits, and Los Blancos will do just enough to pick up their third win of the group stages.

Real Madrid vs CSKA Moscow

Real Madrid vs CSKA Moscow: Champions League prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, watch online, time

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Real Madrid finishes up its participation in the Champions League group stage on Wednesday when the club hosts CSKA Moscow in the early slate. Los Blancos are 4-0-1 in Group G with 12 points and have the group wrapped up, while the Russian club is hoping to finish third and enter the Europa League round of 32. Roma has already clinched second place in the group.

Date : Wednesday, Dec. 12 Time: 12:55 p.m. ET Location: Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, SpainTV channel: TNT and UniMas Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free) Odds: Real Madrid -550 / CSKA Moscow +1350 / Draw +610

Real Madrid: Since Real has already wrapped up the group, we may see them do as others usually do — rest their best players. Why risk one of your more important players getting injured? Don’t expect to see much of guys like Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, as this would be the perfect time to get some young players some minutes.

CSKA Moscow: This team will try to go all out, playing with a focus on attack, knowing it probably needs a result of some sort to finish over Viktoria Plzen for third place. The team is fairly healthy entering the match, and the confidence will be there after beating Real earlier in the group stage.

The Russians can’t get the win on the road, but they settle with a draw that ends up being enough to advance to the Europa League.

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To find out how to watch a live stream of Wednesday’s Real Madrid vs. CSKA Moscow UEFA Champions League group stage finale, see the streaming information at the bottom of this article. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:55 p.m. Central European Time at the iconic, 81,000-seat Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Spain, on Wednesday, December 12. That start time in Moscow, Russia, will be 8:55 p.m. Moscow Standard Time, with a kickoff of 5:55 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time in the United Kingdom. In the United States, fans can watch the game at 12:55 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, 9:55 a.m. Pacific. In India, the Los BlancosKrasno-sinie match starts at 11:25 p.m. on Wednesday night.

The Moscow team may have a chance at a second win over the Spanish giants, however, because with top of the group secured, Real Madrid plans to rest many of their top players, according to The Express, with new Ballon D’or winner Luka Modric sitting out, and Welsh star Gareth Bale also expected to be held back for the game.