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Name: Cade McNamara 
College: Michigan     Number: 12
Height: 6-1   Weight: 205
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.82
  40 High: 4.90
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Height: 6006
Weight: 205

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Cade McNamara, Michigan, Player News

  12/02/20 - QB Cade McNamararFr/2024, Michigan, 6-1, 205 (DS#8 QB) + More +

  Cade McNamara earned his first career start but injured his shoulder on Michigan's touchdown drive in the first quarter. He missed a few series before returning to the game but struggled when he came back. Michigan didn't take many shots down field, and McNamara wasn't even efficient on short passes. He threw for just 91 yards on 12-of-25 passing. The offense also sputtered when Joe Milton was in the game. He only attempted three passes and completed one for 21 yards. He also was stopped short on a QB sneak on fourth-and-1. - Ann Arbor News

(DS#8 QB) rFr/2024 QB Cade McNamaraMichigan
News Source: Ann Arbor News
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  11/24/20 - QB Cade McNamararFr/2024, Michigan, 6-1, 205 (DS#8 QB) + More +

  Cade McNamara doesn't decide who should start at quarterback for Michigan; head coach Jim Harbaugh does. But McNamara has made the decision difficult or obvious, depending on how you look at it. McNamara, the backup quarterback to Joe Milton, took over late in the second quarter, resuscitated Michigan's offense after it trailed 17-0, and led the team to a 48-42, triple-overtime victory over Rutgers at SHI Stadium Saturday night. Michigan is now 2-3 and ended a three-game losing streak. Milton has started all five games this season. McNamara, who also gave Michigan a spark in the loss to Wisconsin and led the Wolverines to their only touchdown in that game, was asked if he feels he should now lead this team as starter.

"Personally, I feel like I've done enough for me to be put in that position," McNamara said. "That's coach Harbaugh's decision. Whatever's best for the team, that's coach Harbaugh's decision, but I feel like I'm confident enough in myself that if my number is called again, that I perform the same way." McNamara was 27-of-36 for 260 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for a 2-yard touchdown in the second overtime. He threw two touchdowns to Cornelius Johnson, one to tight end Nick Eubanks and another to Mike Sainristil. For the season, McNamara is 31-of-46 for 334 yards and five touchdowns with no interceptions. "Cade was outstanding," Harbaugh said. "Really gritty performance in all ways. His play was inspiring. Can't say enough great things. So proud of him." - Detroit News


(DS#8 QB) rFr/2024 QB Cade McNamaraMichigan
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  11/21/20 - QB Cade McNamararFr/2024, Michigan, 6-1, 205 (DS#8 QB) + More +

  Hassan Haskins dove in from less than a yard out on fourth down in the third overtime and Michigan outlasted Rutgers 48-42 on Saturday night, avoiding its worst start in 53 years. Sophomore Cade McNamara came off the bench and threw four touchdown passes and ran for another as Michigan (2-3, 2-3 Big Ten) snapped a three-game losing streak and handed Rutgers (1-4, 1-4) its fourth straight loss. Michigan missed the 2-point conversion after Haskins' touchdown, but safety Daxton Hill intercepted Noah Vedral's desperation heave into the end zone from the 24-yard line to end the game that lasted 4 1/2 hours.

Vedral threw an 11-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass to Aron Cruickshank and then carried two defenders into the end zone on the 2-point conversion run to tie the game at 35 and force the extra sessions. Both teams missed field goals on the first possession of overtime. Vedral threw a 25-yard yard touchdown pass to tight end Jovani Haskins to put Rutgers ahead 42-35, but McNamara scored on a 2-yard run to tie the game. McNamara replaced junior Joe Milton for the second straight week and finished 27 of 36 for 260 yards. The sophomore had TD passes of 46 and 9 yards to Cornelius Johnson, 8-yards to Nick Eubanks and a 6-yarder to Mike Sainristil. - Michigan/AP College Football


(DS#8 QB) rFr/2024 QB Cade McNamaraMichigan
News Source: Michigan/AP College Football
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