Jordan Spieth is on the course with a five stroke lead looking for his first Masters victory. Spieth tied the lowest 36 hole score in PGA major history, which is pretty good. Also, he's 21. That's not really an accomplishment but it's something to note.
Jason Spieth is -220 to win the Masters - or, you can take the field (everyone else) for +170. Gotta say, the field looks kind of tasty.— Bill Simmons (@BillSimmons) April 11, 2015
Spieth is well clear of the field but will need a strong showing on Saturday.
Come chat here about the closest most of us will ever come to winning our own green (burnt orange?) jacket.
Apparently I need 150 words for a post, so: Texas fight, Texas fight, and it's goodbye to A&M. Texas fight, Texas fight, and we'll put over one more win. Texas fight, Texas fight, for it's Texas that...oh wait, I'm good.