Well, I guess by the time tomorrow's NBC coverage begins, there will be one heck of a human interest story ready to go on Daniel Chopra. He's in the final group with Tiger. Or else, everyone else will be forgotten, no matter how well they are playing, and the media will still be trying to make the event all about Tiger and Phil. There are several good players in contention going into the final round. I haven't had much of an opportunity to watch NBC golf coverage since I started watching golf again, so I can't say for sure how they will cover tomorrow's play. I hope the coverage will be equally divided among all those with a chance to win.
Despite the double bogey on the last hole, Camillo Villegas had a good round today and is in a good position going into Sunday. Daniel Chopra quietly went about his business and posted a score that would be good enough to get him into the final group. They should do a human interest story on him - I don't think anyone really knows a lot about him. I haven't heard much of anything about him since I started this blog last year. Rich Beem and Dean Wilson may be a factor tomorrow, and David Toms is right there again.