Saturday is moving day in the U.S. Open, which you could be fascinating.

The co-leaders are 48-year-old Richard Bland and Russell Henley in 5-under par. Bland is playing with his fourth important, one each in the previous four decades. Henley has played 26 majors without enrolling a top 10.

Behind them is a long list of star power and experience. Twenty players are separated from five shots, and six of them are major champions. That includes Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau. They’ve won three of those previous four U.S. Opens.

Rory McIlroy is just six shots behind and thinks he is very much in the mix. Phil Mickelson is another shot back and feels the same way.

In ancient play, Jordan Spieth has two birdie putts inside 6 feet to begin his next round and made one of them.