Jordan Spieth has a four stroke lead heading into Sunday. The former Longhorn became only the second person in Masters history to reach -18 but a double bogey on 17 brought him back to earth a bit. A par on 18 was enough to assure Spieth of the lowest 54 hole score ever recorded at Augusta National. At stake today: becoming the second youngest ever to win the Masters and if he shoots 69 or lower on Sunday he would achieve the lowest four day score in Masters history. Texas baseball's offense came to life on Saturday in a 4-1 win. The Horns can get back on track with a win Sunday.
Baseball starts at noon, Spieth tees off at 1:50. Hook 'em.
Fun watching baseball beat the Sooners 4-1. Stop by tomorrow at noon for the next one. Then find a TV for the Jordan Show after.— Steve Patterson (@SWPatterson) April 12, 2015