Tiger Woods, in a rare break from scouting stripper clubs and skankytowns played a solid two round to take a share of the lead going into Saturday's 3rd round of the U.S. Open. But the Tiger fell on hard times Saturday and didn't make more than a handful of good shots as he found himself in tough rough on virtually every drive, his approach shots were either bunkered or distant from the hole and his putting was well to put it lightly, very putrid. He let Jim Furyk, the man of loopy swing dissect him and Irishman Graeme McDowell tie for the lead at 1-under ----- Tiger's 75 puts him 4 over and 5 off the pace. I don't think both Furyk and McDowell are gonna go to crap Sunday. Maybe one man will balloon but both, nahh. Ty will need at least a 67 to bolt into contention and I really don't think that will happen - Woody will be lucky to finish close to par as yesterday's perfect conditions should have seen Woods score well, not spin a 75, only 5 men shot worse than Tiger yesterday. My guess on Tiger today? He'll either totally blow up (to a 77 to 79) and finish bottom of field or he'll summon up his dwindling reservoir of courage and grit and grind out a mediocre 72 or 73 which will leave him in the middle of the pack.