Marcus McDade looked the part at Fresno State, where he signed in 2011 as a potential heir to Derek Carr. But by summer 2013 he was gone, a pro-style quarterback who found difficulty fitting into the no-huddle system of second-year coach Tim DeRuyter.
Marcus McDade looked the part at Fresno State, where he signed in 2011 as a potential heir to Derek Carr. But by summer 2013 he was gone, a pro-style quarterback who found difficulty fitting into the no-huddle system of second-year coach Tim DeRuyter. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO STATE
Marcus McDade looked the part at Fresno State, where he signed in 2011 as a potential heir to Derek Carr. But by summer 2013 he was gone, a pro-style quarterback who found difficulty fitting into the no-huddle system of second-year coach Tim DeRuyter. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO STATE

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