Matt Kuchar will hit the first tee shot, and will hope he outdrives Webb Simpson's 190-yard effort from yesterday.
McGinley shares a few words with Tom Watson on the first tee. And here comes Ivor Robson to introduce the pairings...
The sing-songs and chants that have become customary are in full voice. "There's only one Paul McGinley" they say. Not factually correct, of course, but we get the sentiment.
Looking through those pairings - where is the ray of hope for the US? Aren't they overmanned in every match-up?
Huge reception on the first tee for Europe's best performers yesterday - Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose. Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar are trotting along under the tunnel to the tee right now.
This time yesterday, our poll had USA sitting as 60-40 favourites for the Ryder Cup. Now, it's been turned on its head. And there is a real threat that if this morning goes in Europe's favour, this event will be over as a contest.
The most important news of the morning so far: the greens have been made quicker. So many players struggled with the pace of them yesterday and you have to think quicker greens will play into the Americans' hands more than the Europeans.
Good morning and welcome to ESPN's coverage of Day Two of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Yesterday was good, right? Today is going to be even better!
An extraordinary end to an extraordinary day. Anyone want to do it all again tomorrow? Thought so.
"I love you brother, believe me," says Graeme McDowell to Victor Dubuisson.
Quick prediction - McDowell and Dubuisson will be playing together again tomorrow afternoon.
That putt is eerily similar in length and line to the one that won the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor. And McDowell does it again! In the hole. A 3&2 victory, it's 5-3 Europe at the end of day one.
Keegan Bradley has a chip from the edge of the green for birdie at 16. It's going to be a tap-in par. McDowell can apply the finish right here...
It's all about jockeying for position for Sunday. Come out tomorrow and play well (which in truth they haven't really done today) and they could take a lead into the singles.
Odds? 10/1. But I'm no bookie.
Not yet. But it's getting close.
Europe lead 4-3, with one match remaining on day one of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Fowler misses, and it's not close. An abject effort, the mark of somebody who knows the game is up. It's a half-point each, but that feels like a win for Europe. No question.
Back at 15, the hole is halved. They really are going to struggle with the light now. Europe 2 up with three to play.
McIlroy leaves his putt about six inches short. It means Fowler can hole out to win the match. It's certainly not a gimme, mind you.
To an extent, but this is inspired golf from Garcia and McIlroy.
Miguel Angel Jimenez has the cigars out already.
The light is fading fast. The scene on the 18th green right now is amusingly reminiscent of McIlroy holing out to win the US PGA last month.
Good effort from Walker, but it comes out a lot softer than he expects and dies on landing. He's left Fowler about 12 feet for birdie. Will it matter? McIlroy to putt...
They have around 20 feet left for eagle. Walker will be playing from the greenside bunker.
Rory McIlroy's response to that shot is superb - he runs over, one finger on each hand pointing to the sky, as if Garcia has just scored the winner in the last-minute of an FA Cup final. Golf, bloody hell.
He CAN get there. It lands on the green, pin high, and even spins back to the hole. That's astonishing, absolutely astonishing.
"I think 3-iron is going to come out too soft," says Garcia. "Are you sure you can get up there?" asks McIlroy. "Yeah."
Trouble for the Americans - Fowler has hit their approach to the green into the greenside bunker. Plenty of green to play with, though, and Garcia is going to have to hit a superb shot to get anywhere near that.
Further back down the course, Dubuisson and Mickelson have basically matched each other shot for shot and their playing partners will have a putt-off. That's not where the drama is right now, in all honesty. Back to 18...