Ian Poulter is nothing if not a crowd-pleaser, so we can assume his attire is inspired by the Pittsburgh Steelers
His compatriot Lee Westwood is more soberly dressed in regulation blue - his focus was on a "moving day" charge
Ernie Els, the champion here in 1994, is another looking to get in the mix but it just isn't happening for "the Big Easy"
Tiger Woods and Nick Dougherty are tied after round two but the Englishman struggles to match his first-round heroics
England's Justin Rose is in superb touch at Oakmont and ends the third round just three shots off the lead
After Friday's heroics there are high hopes for Paul Casey and his start on Saturday is pretty impressive too
Bubba Watson, the surprise package of the first two days, also starts well until a triple at nine has him burying his face
Meanwhile, a certain Tiger Woods is putting together the kind of round that marks him out as a sporting genius
Angel Cabrera holds on to his overnight lead for half the round before it all became a bit much for him
Woods comes to the top after Cabrera's bogey on 10 before Aaron Baddeley goes clear by as many as three shots
Rose rallies as Baddeley stumbles but the Aussie birdies 18 for a two-shot lead over Woods going into the final round
Woods has won 12 majors but has never come from behind after round three to win - will Oakmont be his first?