Did late rally turn tide for U.S.?

Updated: October 6, 2013, 8:13 AM ET
By Farrell Evans | ESPN.com

DUBLIN, Ohio -- After losing four of the five four-ball matches on Saturday in the third round of the Presidents Cup, the Internationals were four points down to the U.S. They desperately needed a great showing in the foursomes. So they jumped out quickly with leads in all five matches.

American Jason Dufner was well into his front nine when he noticed the scoreboard was all blue. Out first for the Americans in the foursomes, Dufner and Zach Johnson had fallen 2 down after seven ...

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