Troy Matteson and the leaders of the 2012 John Deere Classic have yet to tee off Saturday, but some of the golfers who were in the middle of the pack have started to make the charge up the board to challenge the top of the heap.
The scores have been low all weekend, and Billy Horschel, who's had just one Top 25 this year, added a low score of his own, firing a six-under 65 early Saturday morning to move to -10 on the tournament and three strokes behind Matteson, who's alone in the lead.
Jamie Lovemark and Randall Hutchison are tied with Horschel at 10-under, but they're still in progress. Lovemark is five-under through 13 holes, and Hutchison is four-under through seven. Jonathan Byrd is in the clubhouse at -9 after shooting five-under-par, and he's in a 14-way tie, four strokes back of Matteson.
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