AP) -- Walla Walla Community College claimed the men's title, and Texas Tech the women's championship in the College National Finals Rodeo held in Casper.
What does CNFR stand for?
CNFR stands for College National Finals Rodeo
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Liz Combs won the National Barrel Racing title for the second year in a row during the College National Finals Rodeo on June 16, 2012, with an average of 56.
He was the College National Finals Rodeo steer-wrestling champion in 2005 and the Central Plains regional champion two years running.