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Reed eyes trifecta

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Jordan Spieth and Jason Day are each 4-under-par, two shots behind leader Patrick Reed after the second round of The Barclays.

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Patrick Reed opens 66-68, will take a lead into the weekend in search of his first win of the year and an automatic Ryder Cup berth.

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Jason Day's round thru 10 holes. See if you can spot where it all went wrong. Par Birdie Par Birdie Birdie Birdie Birdie Bogey Double Bogey

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At No. 8 on the U.S. Ryder Cup points list and with the top-eight players earning automatic roster spots after this week, Patrick Reed is firmly on the bubble. But he's also doing his best to ensure that he won't be two days from now. After an opening 5-under 66 at The Barclays, Reed played the front-nine in 3-under today and now leads Jason Day by one stroke as he makes the turn.

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Patrick Reed + Ryder Cup bubble = Dude with extra motivation. He's 4-under through seven holes and now leads by two.