Duke, ranked No. 1 but coming off a blow-out loss, plays Maryland at 1 pm. ET Saturday. The Farmers Insurance Open starts at 3:00 ET.
You know what that means! Painful, obnoxious and completely intentional broadcast overlap.
This means at least a fifteen minute delay to the start of third round coverage, but more likely a half hour if the game is close. Even better, Golf Channel is on from 1-2:30 ET, meaning there will be that mysterious 30-minute transition to go from Golf Channel to CBS graphics. Throw in the wait for the college game and a hour of prime PGA Tour golf goes untelevised live. It's a tradition unlike any other!
Regarding Woods and his pursuers:
And when it comes to experience, he has a 74-0 advantage in PGA Tour wins against the next seven guys on the leaderboard.
**Saved by the fog! Delay at two hours of this posting, and it's not looking good to finish Saturday's third round if there are any more delays.