Duo tied for lead in California
Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk share the lead going into the final round of the US Open, two shots ahead of their nearest challenger.
Northern Irishman McDowell carded an impressive 68, with three birdies coming on the back nine, while Furyk fired a 70 to sit at one-under-par, the only two players under par.
Both are former winners of the trophy - McDowell in 2010 and Furyk in 2003 - and will go into the final day with a two stroke lead over Sweden's Freddie Jacobson, who sits alone in third on +1.
Two-time US Open winner Ernie Els is in a group of four players on two-over, along with world number three Lee Westwood, Belgium's Nicolas Colsaerts and American Blake Adams.
The in-form Jason Dufner heads a group of six players, which includes 17-year-old amateur Beau Hossler and Australian John Senden, on +3.
Tiger Woods, who shared the lead at the halfway stage, suffered a Saturday to forget as he carded a 75, which leaves him five shots back going into the final round.