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MARANA, Ariz. Case Keenum Jersey . - Rickie Fowler has a simple approach at the Match Play Championship. "You have got to beat whoever you play in match play or else youre going home," Fowler said Thursday after sending another top player packing. A day after beating European Ryder Cup star Ian Poulter 2 and 1, Fowler edged Jimmy Walker 1 up to set up a third-round match against Sergio Garcia. "Got Sergio tomorrow," Fowler said. "Thats all I know." After Fowler drove left into the desert and lost the short, par-4 15th, he squared the match with a 20-foot birdie putt on the par-3 16th. He won the par-4 17th with a par and finished off Walker with an 8-foot par putt on the par-4 18th. Fowler missed the cuts in his last three tournaments, while Walker leads the tour with three victories this season and opened with a 5-and-4 victory over Branden Grace. "Its just a couple of bounces here and there — either way, both guys," Walker said. The biggest bounce came on the 235-yard 16th. After Walker hit to about 25 feet, Fowlers ball went right and kicked left of a mound and settled 20 feet from the pin. "Thats just kind of the stuff that happens," Walker said. "He got to watch mine go down there and he ended up making it." Fowler knew he had some margin for error. "Ive seen that kick before and I knew I had room over there," Fowler said. "I was playing a club that was landing maybe front edge and I did miss it a little right of my line, but I knew I had somewhat of a bank there." He took advantage of the break by making the putt. "I told my caddie, Im going to make this one. I knew I needed to," Fowler said. He took the lead on No. 17, getting up-and-down for par from the back fringe. Walker drove into the right rough and his approach went left down a steep slope. "I wanted it to cut a little more," Walker said. "I think it landed right distance-wise, but it was left and took a hard kick to the left." After Walkers pitch went 9 feet past and he missed the putt to the right, Fowler holed a 7-footer to take the lead. "I knew I was going to have to make some putts," Fowler said. Fowler holed out from 69 yards for eagle to win the par-5 second after losing the first. "Good turn of events there," Fowler said. "Hes up there just short of the green. Hes making 4, so I knew I had to get a wedge in there close." Fowler nearly holed another wedge shot on the par-4 14th, hitting to a foot from 134 yards for a birdie win that tied the match. Garcia beat Bill Haas 3 and 1. ___ MR. MATCH PLAY: Defending champion Matt Kuchar birdied the 18th hole to beat Ryan Moore 1 up and improve to 17-3 in the event. "Match play is fun," Kuchar said. "Its unique, its different. We play 72-hole stroke play every week. Its nice to change things up. Certainly makes for a lot of excitement. Its an 18-hole battle." Third in the 2011 tournament, he opened with a 3-and-2 victory over Bernd Wiesberger. Kuchar has won eight straight matches at Dove Mountain and 12 of his last 13. "This course has been good to me," Kuchar said. "Im hoping to keep the good luck going." He set up a match against 20-year-old Jordan Spieth, a 5-and-4 winner over Thomas Bjorn "Man, I got my work cut out for me," Kuchar said. "Hes been playing some awesome golf, hits it a long way and putts it great." Hunter Mahan, the last player to beat Kuchar, is 17-5 in the event after edging Richard Sterne 2 up. Mahan beat Kuchar 6 and 5 in the 2012 quarterfinals en route to the title, and lost 2 and 1 to Kuchar in the championship match last year. "I love playing in this event," Mahan said. Mahan will play Graeme McDowell on Friday. ___ STILL STANDING: Nine of the 27 U.S. players in the 64-man field advanced to the third round, the most Americans to survive the first two rounds since nine also made it in 2004. There have been five all-American matches so far. On Thursday, Rickie Fowler beat Jimmy Walker, Matt Kuchar topped Ryan Moore, and Webb Simpson edged Brandt Snedeker. In two more all-U.S. matches Friday, Kuchar will play Jordan Spieth, and Harris English will face Jim Furyk. Graeme McDowell, Sergio Garcia and Victor Dubuisson were the players in Europes 25-man contingent to survive. Justin Rose, the only one of the five English players to win Wednesday, dropped out Thursday, and all three Swedes were eliminated. Three of the six South Africans advanced. U.S. players are 14-7 against European opponents, going 4-1 on Thursday. ___ DIVOTS: Harris English, Jordan Spieth and Victor Dubuisson are the only tournament newcomers to reach the third round. Nineteen players were making their first appearance in the event. ... The second-round losers received $99,000. The winner will get $1.53 million from the $9 million purse. Second place is worth $906,000, third $630,000, and fourth $510,000. 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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Johnny Manziel put on the show all of Arkansas dreaded in the first half. Texas A&Ms running game and timely defence took over from there -- providing the perfect formula for the 10th-ranked Aggies 45-33 victory over the Razorbacks. A year after Manziel had his coming-out party in a 58-10 win over Arkansas, totalling 557 yards of total offence, he was back at it on Saturday night. The sophomore accounted for 253 of his 320 total yards in the first half, including two touchdown passes to Mike Evans, as the Aggies (4-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) came away a winner in their first trip to Fayetteville since 1990 -- when both schools were members of the Southwest Conference. The win was Texas A&Ms second straight after a loss to No. 1 Alabama, and it was the schools ninth straight on the road. Manziel finished 23-of-30 passing for 261 yards, and he rushed for 59 yards. "We asked (Manziel) to make plays, and he made plays," Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said. "He took care of the ball. We were able to run it and be patient." Arkansas (3-2, 0-1) stayed close throughout, bolstered by the return of quarterback Brandon Allen. The sophomore missed last weeks loss to Rutgers with a shoulder injury, but he returned Saturday -- finishing 17-of-36 passing for 282 yards and two touchdowns. Arkansas had the ball down by one score or less three times in the second half, but Texas A&Ms defence held each time -- ending one drive with Deshazor Everetts interception and forcing two three-and-outs. The teams combined for 1,006 yards of offence. The Aggies, who entered the game leading the SEC in scoring at 50.2 points per game, outgained the Razorbacks 523-483 in total yardage. "We knew we had to score basically every time we had it," Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said. Manziel appeared to turn Razorback Stadium into his personal playground in the first half, zigzagging his way through the Arkansas defence on his way to 253 total yards. The Aggies led 24-20 at halftime, behind touchdown catches of 9 and 7 yards by Evans -- the second of which came over a host of Arkansas defenders and put Texas A&M up 24-10. The Aggies went up 30-20 to start the second half when Everett intercepted Allen and returned it 34 yards for a touchdown. While Manziel controlled the action for muuch of the first half, Texas A&M turned to its running game to hold off a renewed Arkansas offence in the second half. DaeSean Hamilton Jersey. The Aggies rushed for 150 of their 262 yards in the second half, during which they ran the ball 29 times and threw it only seven. After the Razorbacks pulled within 31-27 on a 9-yard touchdown run by Alex Collins, Texas A&M responded with an 8-play, 68-yard touchdown drive -- with all eight plays coming on the ground. Williams capped the drive with a 17-yard touchdown run. Tra Carson had 64 yards rushing on 9 carries for the Aggies, while Ben Malena added 40 yards on 12 carries. "I think the offensive line did an excellent job," Malena said. "The coaches told us at halftime if we want to win the game, were going to have the run the ball. So the offensive line got the message." While the Aggies had little problem moving the ball, Arkansas offence surprised Texas A&M with its ability to move the ball. The Razorbacks lost at Rutgers last week after leading by 17 points in the second half. They played that game with AJ Derby at quarterback, but Bielema tweeted Friday night that Allen -- who injured his shoulder two weeks ago against Southern Mississippi -- was healthy and would return against the Aggies. The sophomore looked comfortable during warmups and even better once the game started, throwing a 12-yard touchdown pass to Keon Hatcher on Arkansas first drive. Allen also threw a pair of interceptions, including one late to Texas A&Ms Steven Jenkins that sealed the win, but his return provided a much-needed boost the Arkansas passing game. "I thought he played great," Bielema said. "... I think that last (interception) might have been more fatigue than anything. He really, basically, didnt do anything for about a week and a half." Collins led the Razorbacks with 116 yards rushing on 14 carries, and fellow freshman Hunter Henry had four catches for 109 yards. Despite the boost from Allens return, the Razorbacks once again had few answers for the reigning Heisman Trophy winner Manziel. "He did a lot of big things," Arkansas defensive end Chris Smith said. "We only got to him one time, but hes a great player. Like I said before, he made a lot of moves. Give credit to that offensive line. They were good too." 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