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US Open leaderboard 2020: Live golf scores, results from Thursday’s Round 1

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US Open leaderboard 2020: Live golf scores, results from Thursday's Round 1

And then there were two.

The U.S. Open, golf’s penultimate major on the reshuffled PGA Tour schedule, is under way in September and without fans, two traits that will make for a surreal weekend sandwiched between the Tour Championship, which dubbed Dustin Johnson the FedEx Cup champion, and the Masters, the crown jewel of all majors scheduled for November.

Johnson, who won the U.S. Open in 2016, is the clear favorite to win at the famed Winged Foot Golf Club. The world’s No. 1-ranked golfer finished the season on a tear, winning two of the three FedEx Cup playoff tournaments and tying for second at the PGA Championship in August.

MORE: Watch the U.S. Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Also in the field are Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas, considered the two biggest threats to cool off Johnson, as well as Gary Woodland, the 2019 champion, and Tiger Woods, who enters the weekend as a longshot. One notable absence is Brooks Koepka. The two-time champion withdrew from the tournament due to coronavirus concerns.

The U.S. Open, originally scheduled for June 18-21, was one of more than a dozen PGA tournaments postponed from the spring and summer because of the COVID-19 outbreak, a list that also includes the PGA Championship and the Masters. Golf’s fourth major, the British Open, was canceled entirely.

Follow live scores from each round of the 2020 U.S. Open with our leaderboard, along with updated tee times and TV coverage.

U.S. Open leaderboard 2020

Click here or refresh the page if you don’t see scores and results above.

How to watch the U.S. Open

  • Dates: Sept. 17-20
  • TV channels: NBC, Golf Channel
  • Live stream: GolfChannel.com, NBCSports.com, USOpen.com, Peacock, fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NBC and Golf Channel have live coverage of the U.S. Open in 2020. The tournament starts on Golf Channel each morning before shifting to NBC for afternoon and evening coverage. You can stream the U.S. Open on both networks’ subscription services, on PGA Tour Live or via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Here is the full breakdown for the U.S. Open TV schedule (all times Eastern):

Date Time (ET) TV channel
Thursday, Sept. 17 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  2 p.m.-5 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Friday, Sept. 18 7:30 a.m-4 p.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  4 p.m.-7 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Saturday, Sept. 19 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Sunday, Sept. 20 10 a.m.-noon Golf Channel, fuboTV
  Noon-6 p.m. NBC, fuboTV

U.S. Open tee times

Here are the complete U.S. Open tee times for Thursday’s Round 1:

Round 1: Thursday, Sept. 16

Hole No. 1

Tee time Group
6:50 a.m. Brandon Wu, Curtis Luck, Ryan Fox
7:01 a.m. Joel Dahmen, Rasmus Hojgaard, J.T. Poston
7:12 a.m. Chez Reavie, Sung Kang, Kevin Streelman
7:23 a.m. Jazz Janewattananond, Kevin Na, Matt Wallace
7:34 a.m. Brendon Todd, Harris English, Davis Thompson
7:45 a.m. Paul Waring, Victor Perez, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
7:56 a.m. Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed, Jordan Spieth
8:07 a.m. Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods
8:18 a.m. Matt Kuchar, Lucas Glover, Graeme McDowell
8:29 a.m. Charles Howell III, Ryo Ishikawa, Max Homa
8:40 a.m. Kurt Kitayama, Robert MacIntyre, Sandy Scott
8:51 a.m. Eddie Pepperell, Troy Merritt, Sami Valimaki
12:10 p.m. Shaun Norris, Rory Sabbatini, Chan Kim
12:21 p.m. Adam Long, Eduard Rousaud, Mike Lorenzo-Vera
12:32 p.m. Lukas Michel, Lucas Herbert, Matt Jones
12:43 p.m. Ryan Palmer, Si Woo Kim, Rafa Cabrera Bello
12:54 p.m. Joaquin Niemann, Sungjae Im, Cameron Champ
1:05 p.m. Gary Woodland, Andy Ogletree, Shane Lowry
1:16 p.m. Bryson DeChambeau, Dustin Johnson, Tony Finau
1:27 p.m. Phil Mickelson, Paul Casey, Jon Rahm
1:38 p.m. Rickie Fowler, Matthew Wolff, Viktor Hovland
1:49 p.m. Romain Langasque, Davis Riley, Will Zalatoris
2:00 p.m. Matthias Schwab, Cole Hammer, Alex Noren
2:11 p.m. Connor Syme, Paul Barjon, Marty Jertson

Hole No. 10

Tee time Group
6:50 a.m. Danny Balin, Greyson Sigg, J.C. Ritchie
7:01 a.m. Ricky Castillo, Brian Harman, Andy Sullivan
7:12 a.m. Tom Lewis, Preston Summerhays, Jason Kokrak
7:23 a.m. Martin Kaymer, Jimmy Walker, John Augenstein
7:34 a.m. Tyler Duncan, Thomas Detry, Erik van Rooyen
7:45 a.m. Tyrrell Hatton, Henrik Stenson, Danny Willett
7:56 a.m. Webb Simpson, Sergio Garcia, Jason Day
8:07 a.m. Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott, Justin Rose
8:18 a.m. Ian Poulter, Patrick Cantlay, Steve Stricker
8:29 a.m. Adam Hadwin, Mackenzie Hughes, Corey Conners
8:40 a.m. Sebastian Munoz, Chun An Yu, Justin Harding
8:51 a.m. Scott Hend, Dan McCarthy, Ryan Vermeer
12:10 p.m. Richy Werenski, Taylor Pendrith, Renato Paratore
12:21 p.m. Jim Herman, John Pak, Thomas Pieters
12:32 p.m. Michael Thompson, Andrew Putnam, Chesson Hadley
12:43 p.m. Bernd Wiesberger, Marc Leishman, Cameron Smith
12:54 p.m. Lee Westwood, James Sugrue, Bubba Watson
1:05 p.m. Matt Fitzpatrick, Daniel Berger, Branden Grace
1:16 p.m. Tommy Fleetwood, Kevin Kisner, Abraham Ancer
1:27 p.m. Louis Oosthuizen, Zach Johnson, Keegan Bradley
1:38 p.m. Billy Horschel, Xander Schauffele, Brandt Snedeker
1:49 p.m. Shugo Imahira, Ben An, Takumi Kanaya
2:00 p.m. Danny Lee, Mark Hubbard, Lanto Griffin
2:11 p.m. Stephen Jaeger, Lee Hodges, Adrian Otaegui

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When does the Big Ten football season start? Full Week 1 schedule for Ohio State, Michigan & more

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The Big Ten on Saturday announced its Week 1 schedule for the 2020 college football season — an abbreviated campaign necessitated by its late start date amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

But less football is better than no football at all, and the opening slate of games will give Big Ten fans the football they otherwise might not have seen until 2021. Should a team get through the Big Ten slate unscathed, they’ll have the opportunity for a nonconference game at the end of the season, anyway.

MORE: What to know about Big Ten football schedule start date

Here’s everything you need to know about the start of the 2020 Big Ten college football season, and its Week 1 slate of games.

Big Ten football schedule 2020: Week 1

Saturday, Oct. 24

Matchup Time (ET) TV channel
Nebraska at Ohio State TBD TBD
Michigan at Minnesota TBD TBD
Penn State at Indiana TBD TBD
Iowa at Purdue TBD TBD
Illinois at Wisconsin TBD TBD
Rutgers at Michigan State TBD TBD
Maryland at Northwestern TBD TBD

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The TV channel for a NASCAR race is elusive enough in a normal season when Fox and FS1 trade broadcasts of Cup Series events through the first half of the schedule before NBC and NBCSN take over for the second half. The schedule shake-up associated with the coronavirus pandemic make the “what channel is today’s NASCAR race on” question even more understandable.

The NASCAR playoff schedule, though, remains unchanged. So the TV channel for Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway is still NBCSN. This is the third of NASCAR’s 10-race playoffs in the Cup Series and the first cut-off race.

MORE: Watch tonight’s NASCAR race live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Saturday night’s NASCAR race at Bristol marks NBC/NBCSN’s 13th broadcast of the season after Fox/FS1’s slate ended with the July 15 All-Star Race. It is the 25th race in NASCAR’s return on an altered, short-term schedule, and the 29th Cup Series races overall as NASCAR keeps its 36-race slate intact for 2020.

The start time for Saturday’s NASCAR race at Bristol marks the fourth of five consecutive night races for the Cup Series. Below is how to watch Saturday night’s race, including the TV channel and live stream options.

What channel is NASCAR on today?

  • Race: Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway
  • Date: Saturday, Sept. 19
  • TV channel: NBCSN
  • Live stream: NBCSports.com | fuboTV (7-day free trial)
  • Radio: PRN

NASCAR is back on schedule even after its two-month hiatus amid COVID-19 in the spring, so Saturday night’s race at Bristol will still be shown on NBCSN as originally scheduled.

Of the 20 NASCAR Cup Series races NBC was scheduled to broadcast in 2020, 12 were slated to be shown on NBCSN with the other eight on NBC’s flagship cable network. Five of the last six races of the season will be shown on NBC.

As for Saturday night’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol on NBCSN, the network has a channel finder feature for viewers to find the TV channel options in their areas.

As is the case for all the Cup Series races on NBC and NBCSN this season, Rick Allen will call Saturday night’s race at Bristol with the assistance of analysts Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte.

What time does the NASCAR race start today?

  • Date: Saturday, Sept. 19
  • Start time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The green flag for Saturday night’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol will wave shortly after 7:30 p.m. ET, assuming there are no rain delays as there have been so often since NASCAR returned to live racing in May.

The 7:30 p.m. ET start time will make mid-race adjustments key for race teams, even at a short track like Bristol. The track will be hot and slick at the beginning of the race and get cooler and faster as the night progresses.

Bristol Motor Speedway obviously has lights, so a weather delay could push the race into the late hours of Saturday and early hours of Sunday. The race is scheduled for 500 laps (266.5 miles) and needs to reach the halfway point to be considered official in the event of weather issues.

NASCAR live stream for Bristol race

Anybody who has a cable or satellite subscription can stream Saturday night’s NASCAR race at Bristol live via NBCSports.com or the NBC Sports app. This should be the preferred route for a viewer who has such a subscription but isn’t able to get in front of his or her TV.

For those who don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, there are five OTT TV streaming options that carry NBC and NBCSN — Sling, Hulu, YouTubeTV, fuboTV and AT&T Now. All five currently offer free trial options.

Below are links to each.

NASCAR schedule 2020

NASCAR remains committed to running 36 races this season, four of which were completed before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the sports world.

Despite so many changes to the regular-season schedule, NASCAR is keeping its 10 playoff races in the fall intact and at their original tracks. Below is that playoff schedule.

Date Track TV channel Start time
Sun., Sept. 6 Darlington NBCSN 6 p.m. ET
Sat., Sept. 12 Richmond NBCSN 7:30 p.m. ET
Sat., Sept. 19 Bristol NBCSN 7:30 p.m. ET
Sun, Sept. 27 Las Vegas NBCSN 7 p.m. ET
Sun., Oct. 4 Talladega NBC 2 p.m. ET
Sun., Oct. 11 Charlotte (ROVAL) NBC 2:30 p.m. ET
Sun., Oct. 18 Kansas NBC 2:30 p.m. ET
Sun., Oct. 25 Texas NBCSN 3 p.m. ET
Sun. Nov. 1 Martinsville NBC 2 p.m. ET
Sun. Nov. 8 Phoenix Raceway NBC 3 p.m. ET

As for the regular season, a previously unscheduled Darlington race ran on May 17 instead of the the Chicagoland race that was originally scheduled for June 21. Another Darlington race ran on May 20 instead of the postponed Richmond race that was originally scheduled for April 19. The Charlotte race on May 27 ran instead of the Sonoma race that was originally scheduled for June 14.

The Pocono doubleheader remained as previously scheduled for the final weekend of June, with the Cup Series racing on back-to-back days. Those races were presented on Fox (and FS1) rather than on NBC. Fox’s closed its coverage this season with the All-Star Race at Bristol on July 15.

Previously postponed races at Dover and Michigan became part of Saturday-Sunday doubleheaders at those respective tracks in August.

Because New York required people to quarantine for 14 days after traveling from one of the states impacted heavily by COVID-19 (including North Carolina), the Watkins Glen race on Aug. 16 was moved to the Daytona road course. According to The Athletic, NASCAR tried to get a quarantine waiver for its Watkins Glen races but was denied by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.

The Aug. 16 race was the NASCAR Cup Series’ first on the road course at Daytona.

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US Open leaderboard 2020: Live golf scores, results from Saturday’s Round 3

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US Open leaderboard 2020: Live golf scores, results from Saturday's Round 3

And then there were two.

The U.S. Open, golf’s penultimate major on the reshuffled PGA Tour schedule, is under way in September and without fans, two traits that will make for a surreal weekend sandwiched between the Tour Championship, which dubbed Dustin Johnson the FedEx Cup champion, and the Masters, the crown jewel of all majors scheduled for November.

Johnson, who won the U.S. Open in 2016, is the clear favorite to win at the famed Winged Foot Golf Club. The world’s No. 1-ranked golfer finished the season on a tear, winning two of the three FedEx Cup playoff tournaments and tying for second at the PGA Championship in August.

MORE: Watch the U.S. Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Also in the field are Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas, considered the two biggest threats to cool off Johnson, as well as Gary Woodland, the 2019 champion, and Tiger Woods, who enters the weekend as a longshot. One notable absence is Brooks Koepka. The two-time champion withdrew from the tournament due to coronavirus concerns.

The U.S. Open, originally scheduled for June 18-21, was one of more than a dozen PGA tournaments postponed from the spring and summer because of the COVID-19 outbreak, a list that also includes the PGA Championship and the Masters. Golf’s fourth major, the British Open, was canceled entirely.

Follow live scores from each round of the 2020 U.S. Open with our leaderboard, along with updated tee times and TV coverage.

U.S. Open leaderboard 2020

Click here or refresh the page if you don’t see scores and results above.

How to watch the U.S. Open

  • Dates: Sept. 17-20
  • TV channels: NBC, Golf Channel
  • Live stream: GolfChannel.com, NBCSports.com, USOpen.com, Peacock, fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NBC and Golf Channel have live coverage of the U.S. Open in 2020. The tournament starts on Golf Channel each morning before shifting to NBC for afternoon and evening coverage. You can stream the U.S. Open on both networks’ subscription services, on PGA Tour Live or via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Here is the full breakdown for the U.S. Open TV schedule (all times Eastern):

Date Time (ET) TV channel
Thursday, Sept. 17 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  2 p.m.-5 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Friday, Sept. 18 7:30 a.m-4 p.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  4 p.m.-7 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Saturday, Sept. 19 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Golf Channel, fuboTV
  11 a.m.-7:30 p.m. NBC, fuboTV
Sunday, Sept. 20 10 a.m.-noon Golf Channel, fuboTV
  Noon-6 p.m. NBC, fuboTV

U.S. Open tee times

Here are the complete U.S. Open tee times for Saturday’s Round 3:

Round 3: Saturday, Sept. 19

Hole No. 1

Tee time (ET) Pairing
8:55 a.m. Troy Merritt, Robert MacIntyre
9:06 a.m. Ryo Ishikawa, Patrick Cantlay
9:17 a.m. Jason Day, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
9:28 a.m. Brian Harman, Alex Noren
9:39 a.m. Rickie Fowler, Paul Casey
9:50 a.m. Abraham Ancer, Shane Lowry
10:01 a.m. Lucas Herbert, Chesson Hadley
10:12 a.m. Sebastian Munoz, Charles Howell III
10:23 a.m. Adam Hadwin, Adam Scott
10:34 a.m. Matt Wallace, Lanto Griffin
10:45 a.m. Danny Lee, Romain Langasque
10:56 a.m. Shugo Imahira, Sungjae Im
11:07 a.m. Bernd Wiesberger, Michael Thompson
11:18 a.m. Adam Long, John Pak
11:29 a.m. Rory Sabbatini, Taylor Pendrith
11:40 a.m. Erik van Rooyen, Tyler Duncan
11:51 a.m. Will Zalatoris, Zach Johnson
12:02 p.m. Cameron Smith, Rory McIlroy
12:13 p.m. Thomas Detry, Dustin Johnson
12:24 p.m. Daniel Berger, Lee Westwood
12:35 p.m. Renato Paratore, Lucas Glover
12:46 p.m. Webb Simpson, Viktor Hovland
12:57 p.m. Billy Horschel, Tony Finau
1:08 p.m. Stephan Jaeger, Jon Rahm
1:19 p.m. Louis Oosthuizen, Joaquin Niemann
1:30 p.m. Bubba Watson, Hideki Matsuyama
1:41 p.m. Brendon Todd, Matthew Wolff
1:52 p.m. Xander Schauffele, Thomas Pieters
2:03 p.m. Jason Kokrak, Justin Thomas
2:14 p.m. Harris English, Rafa Cabrera Bello
2:25 p.m. Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed

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