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Bill Nichols: Just how low can Jordan Spieth go at the US Open?

It may come on the first day, or the last ... but make no mistake, Jordan Spieth has a crazy low round in him. Spieth has left a trail of postcard scores en route to his No. 2 world ranking. His flair for the dramatic has helped make him a consistent challenger, putting him in the mix week-in and week-out. The Dallas native enters this week's U.S. Open coming off a final-round 65 that vaulted him to T-3 at the Memorial. The only player capable of winning the Grand Slam seems to be peaking for the second major championship. Play begins Thursday at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. "I wanted to work into contention to feel the nerves, that's the best way to get prepared...