In case you were wondering, Tim Herron leads at U.S. Bank

In a highly overshadowed tournament, Tim Herron currently leads after three rounds at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. Herron, currently ranked 116th in FedEx Cup points and fighting for his TOUR Card, has a one stroke lead at 12 under par after shooting 65 on Saturday.

However, Herron is trailed by several strugs and memorable names. At one back, South African Tim Clark and second round leader Joe Ogilvie sit at 11 under par. Ogilvie is also fighting for his 2008 TOUR Card at 118th place in FedEx Cup points.

Other players of note in contention:

Kenny Perry is in fourth place with a three stroke deficit to Herron.

Billy Mayfair, a five time champion on the PGA Tour, is in seventh at five strokes back.

Colombia's Camilo Villegas (right) shot himself out of contention with a round of one over par. With other players bombarding the course with birdies, Camilo must make up seven strokes on Sunday.

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