2ND ROUND AT A GLANCE
Paul Casey shot one-under 71, and the trio of Brian Harman, Tommy Fleetwood and Brooks Koepka shot 70 to share the lead at seven-under 137.
Rickie Fowler, Jamie Lovemark and J.B. Holmes were all one shot back, followed by a group of five at five under, including amateur Cameron Champ.
For the first time in a major, the top three players in the world all failed to make the cut. Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy are heading home.
Hideki Matsuyama and Chez Reavie each shot 65, joining Fowler, who hit the number Thursday.
Jason Kokrak made a 16-foot putt on his final hole for a birdie that got him to one over — good enough to make the cut.
The cut, at one over, tied a U.S. Open record set in 1990 at Medinah.
A 94-year-old man stopped breathing while in a grandstand on the sixth hole and died of what officials said appeared to be natural causes.
“I’m not here on the weekend, so it’s unfortunate. But at least I’ll get to sit in AC and watch the guys tear it up on the weekend.” — Day, after missing the cut.