Collin Morikawa and Joel Dahmen share the U.S. Open lead after 36 holes, but a handful of superstars are lurking. Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy are one off the lead, Scottie Scheffler is two back and rising star Sam Burns in three back. Which superstar in contention do you expect to break away from the pack on Saturday?
Jessica Marksbury, senior editor: Rory really impressed me today. He could have let that nightmare fescue situation bury him, but instead, he dug deep, drained a clutch 25-footer to save double, and ended the day only one shot off the lead. That kind of resiliency is a prerequisite for U.S. Open success. Major-championship Saturdays haven't been great for him in recent years, and Saturday will be a huge test. I think this time, though, he'll deliver.
Josh Sens, senior writer: Agreed, Jessica. Rory has that look in his eye and that bounce in his step. But I do think Rahm and Scheffler will both keep pace. I don't see anyone breaking away from the pack. This one is going to the wire.