• November 29, 2022
  • Adil Shahzad
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Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara has entered the transfer portal as a graduate switch.

McNamara was the No. 253 prospect within the 2019 elegance, who originally committed to Notre Dame before flipping to Michigan. He didn’t see any sport movement in his first year with Shea Patterson because of the starter, but he performed in 4 of 10 games in 2020 after replacing starter Joe Milton III.

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McNamara threw for 425 yards and five touchdowns and not using a interceptions in a season that changed interrupted by means of regulations from COVID-19. He held on to the beginning process for 2021 notwithstanding the addition of ESPN 300 quarterback J.J. McCarthy.

Closing 12 months, McNamara led the Wolverines to their first large Ten title beneath Jim Harbaugh and a berth in the college football Playoff. In 14 video games, he threw for two,576 yards and 15 touchdowns with six interceptions.

Earlier than the 2022 season, Harbaugh announced there might be a quarterback competition between McNamara and McCarthy and it’d lead into the season. McNamara began the primary game towards Colorado nation, wherein he had 136 yards and one landing, finishing 50% of his passes.

McCarthy commenced the second sport and received the competition because of the starter. On top of being named the backup, McNamara suffered a leg injury in the second half of the 0.33 sport of the season against UConn. His harm required surgery and he has not again throughout the ordinary season.

McNamara, who is from Reno, Nevada, can doubtlessly play at some other faculty for two seasons. He redshirted as a freshman in 2019 and the NCAA has given any pupil-athlete from the 2020-21 school 12 months an extra 12 months of eligibility.

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