LAS VEGAS — During the past three seasons, two bovines have been archrivals on the Professional Bull Riders circuit.Bushwacker, who is owned by Julio Moreno and managed by Kent Cox of Dublin, won the world title in 2011. Asteroid, owned by Circle T Ranch & Rodeo, won the crown in 2012.After both bulls performed twice last weekend at the PBR World Finals, Bushwacker won his second world title with a two-out score of 93.50, beating Asteroid by 2.75 points.Bushwacker clinched the title after turning in a remarkable marking of 47 after bucking off Eduardo Aparecido in 4.57 seconds during the final round.Asteroid had an off-day and received a 44.5. He tied for fourth in the world race with a 90.75.Shepherd Hills Tested (Luthy/Duckwall/D&H Cattle/Powder River/Shepherd Hills Cutlery) finished second with 91.75 points.Though Bushwacker is a prime-time competitor, Cox said the bull doesn’t really care for being in the spotlight.“He’s a bull that really doesn’t want to be messed with,” Cox said. “The only reason that he tolerates me is I bring him his groceries.”In 2013, Bushwacker was 13-1 against the cowboys. The only cowboy who stayed on was J.B. Mauney, who turned in a stunning score of 95.25 at an August tour stop in Tulsa.Mauney, a Mooresville, N.C, cowboy who clinched his first PBR world title on Sunday, said conquering Bushwacker was the highlight of his year.“When you stay on a bull like that, you feel like you’re 10-foot tall and bulletproof,” he said.Roping FiestaSix-time world champion Cody Ohl of Hico earned $20,000 after defeating two-time world champion Tuf Cooper in a match Saturday at the 60th Roping Fiesta in San Angelo.In a 12-run match on Saturday, Ohl edged Cooper 134.69 to 139.98.In the 40-man Invitational Calf Roping, 14-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier Blair Burk clinched the title with a four-run time of 37.81 and earned $15,040.During the steer roping competition on Sunday, Jess Tierney of Hermosa, S.D., clinched the title with a four-run time of 61.83. The two-time National Finals Steer Roping qualifier earned $11,100.College rodeo updateAt midseason on the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Southwest Region circuit, Tarleton State is ranked No. 1 in the men’s team title race.After winning the Sul Ross State Rodeo last weekend, Tarleton has earned 2,320 points. Odessa College is ranked second with 1,550, and Weatherford College is third with 1,485.Tarleton also finished second in the women’s team race at the Sul Ross Rodeo. In the regional standings, Tarleton is ranked No. 3 with 762 points. Eastern New Mexico is No. 1 with 1,125, and Texas Tech is No. 2 with 922.The Sul Ross Rodeo was the fifth of 10 regional shows scheduled for the 2013-2014 regular season.