The unfamiliar territory Jordan Spieth finds himself in entering final day of the FW Invitational

FORT WORTH — Jordan Spieth had hoped his good vibes at Colonial Country Club would generate the spark his game has recently lacked. But he will enter Sunday's final round in unfamiliar territory — tied for 38th, 11 strokes back. This marks the first time the Dallas native has not entered the final round at Colonial in contention. In five previous Colonials, he has never trailed by more than five shots after 54 holes. Last year Spieth started Sunday five strokes back, shot 65, and finished T2, one shot behind winner Kevin Kisner. In 2016 he held a one-stroke lead through 54 holes, shot 65, and won by three. He trailed by five shots in 2015, shot 65, and finished T2, one back. In 2014, he entered

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