Camilo Villegas birdied holes 5-7 to move into contention for his first Tour win.
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Troy Matteson bogeyed the first hole, but rebounded with five birdies.
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Zach Johnson, the 2004 AT&T champ, fired a three-under 69 and is three shots back.
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Ryuji Imada birdied two of his last three holes to tie Matteson at 13 under.
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A double bogey on No. 3 halted Rory Sabbatini's run in the third round.
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Henrik Stenson had three birdies and two bogeys for a 71. He is seven shots back.
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"I did a little work on the range last night and felt a lot better," Villegas said. "I drove the ball pretty good. I felt comfortable over the ball on the tee, and even though (my score) was one worse than yesterday, I'm a lot happier with the 4 under today than with the 5 under yesterday."
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Matt Kuchar birdied all the par 5s on his way to an eight-under 64.
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Since opening with a 65, first-round leader Kevin Sutherland has gone 71-71.
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