IRVING, Texas -- Keegan Bradley again bogeyed Nos. 1 and 18 in the second round of the Byron Nelson Championship. Unlike the first round, Bradley didnt set a course record. But he still finished with a three-stroke lead. Bradley started and ended his round Friday with those bogeys, part of a 1-under 69 that got him to 11-under 129, the lowest 36-hole total at the Nelson since 2001. "Im almost more proud of this round than yesterday because I didnt feel comfortable all day," said Bradley, whose opening 60 included his only bogeys at those same holes in the middle of that round. "I dont know what it was, I cant put my finger on it but, you know, I bogeyed the first hole. I was a little uncomfortable and then I settled in and hit some really good shots." Tom Gillis, who shot 63 in the first group of the day off the No. 10 tee, and Sang-Moon Bae (66) were tied for second. A stroke further back were 2012 PGA Tour rookie of the year John Huh (64), Ryan Palmer (68) and 2011 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel (70). Schwartzel had an opening 63 and was the closest to Bradley after the first round. "It was a bit up and down out there," said Schwartzel, who had three birdies and three bogeys. "Bit of a frustrating day, but I suppose its the mix." Bradley, whose first PGA Tour victory came as a rookie at the Nelson two years ago, started his second round with a drive that missed the fairway at the 458-yard first hole, then left his approach short of the green. "The first hole is probably the easiest hole out here," he said. "I dont know why I keep making bogey on that hole." At No. 18, he drove right into rough under the trees again near a cart path. He punched the ball, which rolled and flirted with water to the left before settling into a swale behind the green. He chipped to 6 1/2 feet, but missed the par putt. "Ive got a four-shot lead, so the last thing I wanted to do was plop it in the water. I bailed out," said Bradley, who also won the PGA Championship in 2011 and the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational last year. "I didnt hit that bad of a shot it just got in the wind. I thought it was going to be way left of where it was, but Im going to hit good ones Saturday and Sunday." In between those bogeys, Bradley had another bogey at No. 6, four birdies and several nice par-saving shots, including a two-putt from 35 feet after driving into the trees at No. 14 and a blast to 4 feet of the hole from a greenside bunker at No. 15. Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., shot his second straight 67, and is five back at 134. Calgarys Stephen Ames is another shot back after turning in a 68. Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., had a second straight 68, and is seven back at 136. Ottawas Brad Fritsch just made the cut at 140 with a 71. Guan Tianlang, the 14-year-old amateur from China, missed the cut with rounds of 70 and 77. After driving into the rough and then hitting into two bunkers for a double-bogey 6 at No. 12, his third hole Friday, Guan had a 19-foot birdie putt on the following par 3. He then had five consecutive bogeys. Guan last month made the cut at the Masters and then again in New Orleans, becoming the youngest player ever to make the cut on the PGA Tour. He said he "probably" would stay in the United States to play more golf, but wasnt specific about where or confirm if he would play in a U.S. Open sectional qualifier June 3. Defending Nelson champion Jason Dufner, playing with good friend Bradley, had his second consecutive 70 to make the cut of even par. Gillis got rolling with three consecutive birdies, starting with a 13-foot putt at No. 12 before burying a 32-footer on the 180-yard par 3 right after that. His only bogey came at his closing hole, when he three-putted from 12 1/2 feet at the 427-yard ninth hole. He had played an afternoon round Thursday, when 13 players shot 66 or better in the morning and the only one in the afternoon was Marc Leishman with a 66. "It was easier, I think the wind was down and I was hoping that we would get a fair shot like they had (Thursday) morning just to see what it would be like," Gillis said. "Definitely, I thought it played better than in the afternoon." After 1 1/2 inches of rain fell on the course Wednesday night, players were allowed to lift, clean and place their golf balls hit in fairways and other short-cut areas. That rule remained in place Friday, even though the grounds were dry and the greens were firming up with more breezy conditions. Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton matched Gillis for the best round Friday, his 63 a nine-stroke improvement from the opening round to put him in a tie for 13th. Gillis had missed his last five cuts with 12 straight rounds without breaking 70 before his opening 1-under 69 even while bogeys on three of his last four holes. Asked about what was different this week, Gillis said he was more relaxed after reuniting with his coach. "I stepped with a way for a couple of months and tried to do some things on my own and kind of got lost," Gillis said before explaining their separation. "We had disagreements on some things. ... You talk things out, work things out. People change. I think he was right all along, to be honest with you." Bae, the 26-year-old South Korean who has 11 international victories but none on the PGA Tour, had six birdies and in his second 66 in a row. "That was a little weird, I thought this course was very windy, but (Thursday) morning was really good weather," Bae said. "So yeah, different, but I shoot same score as (Thursday), so Im happy." Fake Jerseys For Sale . 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(STATS) -- It was a combination of frustration and desperation when Eastern Washington inserted a third-string redshirt freshman for his first significant playing time at quarterback in the second half of a blowout loss at rival Montana last November.It wasnt until spring practices earlier this year that many people perked up to Gage Gubruds ability.Could an unknown sophomore supplant the two returning quarterbacks ahead of him, including one who threw for over 3,000 yards last season?Not only did Gubrud provide the answer in his first career start in early September, but he, Cooper Kupp and Eastern Washington have a chance to finish as one of the greatest passing offenses in FCS history.The No. 3-ranked Eagles have soared behind an air attack that produces 445.6 passing yards per game. Its an average that at the end of the season would rank second in FCS history.Mississippi Valley States 496.8-yard average in 1984 behind quarterback Willie Totten and wide receiver Jerry Rice may never be topped, but the Eagles are ahead of the next-best passing offenses, Steve McNair and Alcorn State in 1994 (442.3 ypg) and Neil Lomax and Portland State in 1980 (434.9).Six teams have averaged over 400 passing yards in FCS history.As Eastern Washington (6-1, 4-0) gets sets to host No. 16 Montana (5-2, 2-2) in the Big Sky Conference on Saturday, Gubrud is getting better. In last years matchup, he only entered the game behind Reilly Hennessey and Jordan West when, at 50-9, the outcome was no longer in doubt.This season, Gubrud helped lead Eastern Washington to a 45-42 upset at Washington State in the season opener -- passing for 474 yards and setting a school record with 551 yards of total offense -- and theres been no looking back.I like to break the season down to thirds, to get a feel for how someone is playing early in the season, in the middle of the season and late in the season -- especially when you are talking about young quarterbacks, EWU coach Beau Baldwin said.The thing I love about Gage compared to his first three games is that hes playing incredibly patient and disciplined. Hes continuing to take what a defense gives him, and teams can sometimes frustrate you when they force you to continually take everything underneath. Hes handling that really well, and regardless of the statistics and yards, hes taking care of the football a ton better than he did at the beginning of the year. Those are the steps hes taken that Ive been most impressed with, and how hes growing as a quarterbackGubrud has completed 212 of 299 passes (70.9 percent) for 2,886 yards and 27 touchdowns with six interceptions (all before the Big Sky season began). His 520 passing yards at Montana State last Saturday set the Eagles single-game record, and he raised the teams run of consecutive passes without an interception to 169 (140 by Gubrud).The offense also features Kupp, the greatest receiver in FCS history (most receiving yards and touchdown receptions, and soon-to-be most receptions). But when the 2015 STATS FCS Offensive Player of the Year missed 1? games with a shoulder injury last month, the production was seamless.The Eagles have the Big Skys three leaders in receiving yards -- Kupp, 866; Kendrick Bourne, 696; and Shaq Hill, 669. In their careers, the trio has combined for 694 receptions for 10,580 yards and 111 touchdowns in their career.Its all come together for the Eagles -- in a historical way.---=FCS CO-GAME OF THE WEEK=The Matchup: No. 16 Montana (5-2, 2-2 Big Sky) at No. 3 Eastern Washington (6-1, 4-0)Kickoff: 3:35 p.m. ET at Roos Field (8,600) in Cheney, WashingtonTelevision: ROOT SportsSeries: Montana leads 27-15-1 (most recent meeting: UM won 57-16 on Nov. 14, 2015 in Missoula)The Skinny: Bitter rivals meet with Eastern Washington leading the Big Sky Conference in total offense (571.7 ypg) and Montana top-ranked in total defense (318.1 ypg). UM kicker Tim Semenza (62 points) and leading rushing Jeremy Calhoun (60) rank 1-2 in the conference in scoring. QB Brady Gustafson (2,195 yards, 22 TDs) will be even more dangerous if and when leading receiver Jerry Louie-McGee returns from injury. While the Griz employ a 4-3 defense, they might have to keep LB Josh Buss (14.5 tackles for loss) back in pass coverage with DE Caleb Kidder (4.5 sacks) supplying the pressure on EWU QB Gage Gubrud. EWU is one of the three unbeaten teams in Big Sky games (4-0 Weber State plays at 5-0 North Dakota on Saturday). The Eagles have trailed at halftime in five of their seven games, then outscored opponents 207-78 in the second half. On an often-maligned defense, seniors Samson Ebukam (DE), Miquiyah Zamora (LB) and Zach Bruce (S) form a strong trio.Prediction: The stakes would be higher if Montana hadnt lost at Northern Arizona last weekend. A rainy day could slow down the Eagles. Eastern Washington, 34-30.---=FCS CO-GAME OF THE WEEK=The Matchup: No. 4 North Dakota State (6-1, 3-1 Missouri Valley) at Northern Iowa (3-4, 2-2)Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET at the UNI-Dome (16,324) in Cedar Falls, IowaTelevision: ESPN3 (KVLY, NBC North Dakota network, Panther Sports Network)Series: Northern Iowa leads 26-23 (most recent meeting: North Dakota State won 23-13 in the FCS quarterfinals on Dec. 12, 2015 in Fargo)The Skinny: The Missouri Valley Conference rivalry, in its 50th meeting, is usually one of the highlights of the FCS season, although UNI has been disappointing, losing four times by a combined 17 points. Its a bit of a revenge game for five-time defending FCS champ NDSU, whose gaudy 77-6 record since the start of the 2011 season includes only one loss by more than threee points -- 23-3 at the UNI-Dome two years ago, which ended the Bisons FCS-record 33-game winning streak.dddddddddddd NDSU ranks eighth in the FCS in total defense (239.4 ypg). The Bison will try to rely on the ball-control rushing of RBs King Frazier and Lance Dunn as well as QB Easton Stick on draws. The Panthers are 16-6 at the UNI-Dome against NDSU. QB Eli Dunne, replacing Aaron Bailey, threw for 418 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start last Saturday against Missouri State. The defense has forced 17 turnovers, returning four pick-sixes. DE Karter Schult has been exceptional with 15 tackles for loss and an FCS-high 9.5 sacks.Prediction: North Dakota State usually wins the line of scrimmage in a decisive way, but Northern Iowa is formidable, too. Expect a grind-it-out battle. NDSU, 20-17.---=STATS FCS TOP 25 SCHEDULE=Saturday, Oct. 24All Times ETX-Predicted WinnerBucknell (3-4) at X-No. 9 Charleston Southern (4-2), 11:45 a.m. -- With his team stepping out of conference one last time, CSU coach Jamey Chadwell will serve his one-game NCAA suspension for an assistants recruiting violation on social media.No. 22 Stony Brook (5-2, 4-0 CAA) at X-New Hampshire (5-3, 4-1), noon -- Without a win here, UNH will be hard-pressed to make the FCS playoffs for a 13th straight year. None of the Wildcats wins are against a team with a winning record.Florida A&M (3-5, 3-2 MEAC) at X-No. 12 North Carolina A&T (6-1, 4-0), 1 p.m. -- Bethune-Cookman coach Terry Sims says its time to stop calling A&Ts Tarik Cohen, the MEACs all-time leading rusher, the best running back in black college football and count him among the best in college football.X-No. 24 Harvard (5-1, 3-0 Ivy) at Dartmouth (3-3, 0-3), 1:30 p.m. -- The Crimson are a different team when quarterback Joe Viviano is in the lineup.East Tennessee State (3-4, 1-4 Southern) at X-No. 5 The Citadel (7-0, 5-0), 2 p.m. -- The Bulldogs have tied their program record for consecutive wins in a single season. Theyll set a new mark here as ETSU hasnt scored more than seven points in their last four SoCon games.Weber State (5-2, 4-0 Big Sky) at X-No. 17 North Dakota (6-2, 5-0), 2 p.m. -- The ability to stop the run isnt a strength of Webers, so thats an advantage to Brady Oliveira, John Santiago and the Fighting Hawks, who have rushed for over 200 yards in six straight wins.X-No. 18 Coastal Carolina (5-2) at Presbyterian (2-5), 2 p.m. -- After linebacker Alex Searces two touchdowns last week, the Chanticleers have scored 44 non-offensive points this season.Arkansas-Pine Bluff (1-6, 1-4 SWAC) at X-No. 21 Grambling State (5-1, 4-0), 3 p.m. -- Gramblings two opponents out of a three-week layoff have a combined one win. Just how did UAPB beat two-time defending SWAC champ Alcorn State last month?X-No. 7 South Dakota State (5-2, 4-0 Missouri Valley) at Illinois State (3-5, 1-4), 3 p.m. -- The surging Jackrabbits are trying for a five-game sweep in October, which would include all three MVFC schools from Illinois for the first time since they joined the conference in 2008.No. 23 Eastern Illinois (5-3, 3-2 OVC) at X-No. 2 Jacksonville State (6-1, 3-0), 3:30 p.m. -- The last time the Gamecocks lost in the regular season to an FCS opponent was against EIU, 52-14 on Nov. 16, 2013. Its been 27 wins in a row since then, including 20 straight in the Ohio Valley Conference.X-No. 13 Western Illinois (5-2, 2-2 Missouri Valley) at South Dakota (4-3, 3-1), 3 p.m. -- WIU senior Lance Lenoirs next reception will tie him for the MVFC all-time record (250, Illinois States Tyrone Walker from 2009-12).Rhode Island (1-7, 0-5 CAA) at X-No. 8 James Madison (6-1, 4-0), 3:30 p.m. -- If its 4th-and-36, URI should go for it because JMU is averaging 37.4 yards per punt return. At least run a BYU fake.No. 20 Samford (6-1) at X-Mississippi State (2-5), 3:30 p.m. -- Stay out of the SEC. Samford is 2-75-3 all-time against members of the SEC, but one of the wins is against Mississippi State (6-0 in 1909).X-No. 19 Central Arkansas (6-1, 5-0 Southland) at Southeastern Louisiana (4-3, 4-1), 3:30 p.m. -- On a strong Bears defense, senior cornerback Tyler Williams is tied for the FCS high in passes defended with 13 (one interception and 12 breakups).X-No. 10 Chattanooga (7-1, 5-1 Southern) at Western Carolina (1-6, 0-5), 3:30 p.m. -- In the last three meetings, the Mocs have outscored Western Carolina 94-6 in the first half.No. 25 Tennessee State (5-2, 2-1 OVC) at X-Murray State (2-5, 2-2), 4 p.m. -- A Murray State upset last week has Eastern Illinois playing for its playoff lives. The Racers, behind quarterback KD Humphries, will try to put Tennessee State in the same situation.Indiana State (4-4, 2/3 Missouri Valley) at X-No. 15 Youngstown State (5-2, 3-1), 4 p.m. -- A season after Zak Kennedy was the FCS freshman leader in field goals (19), the Penguins have the freshman leader in punting average, Mark Schuler at 41.8 yards.Texas Southern (3-4) at X-No. 1 Sam Houston State (7-0), 7 p.m. -- This game came about after FBS member New Mexico canceled a matchup with Sam Houston. The top-ranked Bearkats must be rooting for McNeese (4-4) this week because none of their wins are against a team currently with a winning record.X-No. 14 Cal Poly (5-2, 3-1 Big Sky) at Sacramento State (1-7, 1-4), 9 p.m. -- Although Cal Poly has the No. 2 rushing attack in the FCS, quarterback Dano Graves has a 207.9 pass efficiency rating.Idle: No. 6 Richmond (7-1, 4-1 CAA) and No. 11 Villanova (6-2, 4-1 CAA) ' ' '