Great leaderboard with the ageless Fred Couples tied for the lead after the second round at -5. Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson are all just one stroke back. Phil Mickelson overcame terrible driving in the first round to post a 68 today and is -2. Lots of other players are right in the mix. Tiger Woods birdied 1 and 3 today to get to 2 under, but is 5 over on his round since then. I haven't watched all of the coverage, but have seen enough to hear Woods swearing after one bad swing, and kicking his club at 16 after a bad tee shot at that legendary par 3. Not a single fan booed or made a sound after Woods kicked his club, and of course the announcers always treat him so gingerly. Verne Lundquist managed to moan, "And we all thought he was back two weeks ago when he won at Bay Hill." Yes, they did, and they always will. The media are Tiger true believers until death do they part. ESPN's website of course has a huge picture of Woods on the homepage, asking "can he figure it out." Who cares that Couples, an extremely popular former champ, made a charge into the lead at the age of 52, or that McIlroy is challenging for the lead, or that Garcia or Westwood might finally win that elusive first major, or that Mickelson might tie Woods by winning his fourth green jacket?