THAT OL' COLLEGE TRY
That's not stopping Mike Allen from trying. The former UNR star is off to a blistering start with three birdies and an eagle over his first four holes. He's at minus-17 overall with plenty of golf still to play.
Charley Hoffman made the turn at 3-under for his third round and he had UNLV coach Dwaine Knight in his gallery for most of the front nine.
Mike Ruiz, who has had a pretty good week given he got a sponsor's exemption to play, shot a 3-under 69 today and he's minus-9 through three rounds. He has been under par all three rounds, and it's good to see him playing well. He's a nice guy and he stands to pick up a decent check Sunday if he can finish strong.
Chad Campbell and Ryan Moore just started so a close watch will be kept on both as the day progresses. Campbell, who was five shots in back of the leaders going into the third round, is minus-1 through three holes, and Moore, who began the day four shots off of the lead, is even through one hole.
Friday's concert at Planet Hollywood starring Timberlake generated $1 million for the Shriners Hospitals, according to Timberlake.
Lionel Ritchie was a surprise guest for the show that began shortly after 8 p.m. and didn't end until 1:30 a.m. And you thought only the Grateful Dead played marathon concerts?
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