After a great day of action on Thursday at the U.S. Open it's looking like it might be Rory McIlroy's time in a major. But then again, that's how it looked at Augusta a few months ago, and that didn't exactly turn out well for the Northern Irishman.
And with a cast of characters waiting in the wings, a group of thunderstorms likely brining rain through the Bethesda area, and 54 more holes of golf to be played, needless to say it still is almost anybody's game. There will be lots and lots of coverage of Friday's action so make sure you keep up throughout the day.
Coverage will begin on ESPN at 10 a.m. ET until 3 p.m., followed by coverage over on NBC from 3-5 p.m. From there ESPN will take back over from 5-7 p.m for the late afternoon action; and remember folks, all these times are Eastern. You can also watch live coverage online at USOpen.com throughout the day.
For more discussion and analysis of the U.S. Open, head on over to SB Nation's golf blog, Waggle Room, to get in on the action.