Rory McIlroy was fantastic once again and takes a 8-shot lead over Y.E. Yang going into the final round Sunday. He continued to make US Open history, becoming the first player to ever reach 14 under par, at any stage of the 111-year old tournament. McIlroy shot a three-under 68 to make his critics even more silent. He can erase those critics by winning the tournament, something he failed to do at the Masters, when the 22-year old crumbled under pressure and shot a 80 on the final day. The only misstep on Saturday was a bogey on 10, but quickly rebounded with birdies on 11 and 13. There was a lot of movement on this Saturday, as Jason Day and Lee Westwood both shot 65, but still are unlikely to win unless McIlroy spontaneously combusts once again.