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Andrew McNulty
Andrew McNulty

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Iowa City, IA

High School:
Iowa City HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 209

Position:
QB

04/12/2014

Green & White Game Highlights

FB: 2014 Spring Game - Green & White Game Highlights

03/27/2014

QB Battle

FB: Beyond The Spring - QB Battle

03/19/2014

Coach Canales On Spring QB Development

FB: Beyond The Spring - Coach Canales On Spring QB Development

01/07/2014

2014 Bowl Champions

FB: Heart of Dallas Bowl - 2014 Bowl Champions

12/30/2013

Final Practice & Top Golf

FB: Heart Of Dallas Bowl - Final Practice & Top Golf

2014:
• Threw for 287 yards in his second career start versus Southern Miss
• Threw his first career touchdown pass on a 44-yard completion versus UAB
• Completed nine of 14 passes for 167 yards against UAB
• Completed two of three passes, with a long of 21 yards, in Nicholls win

2013:
• Saw action in eight games
• Had five completions for 36 yards at No. 9 Georgia
• Finished the regular season 5-for-6 with 36 yards

2012:

• Redshirted due to an injury

2011:
• Made his first-collegiate appearance as a true freshman against Houston, scoring a 10-yard rushing touchdown on his first carry -- the first touchdown at Apogee Stadium, and the first offensive touchdown for the Mean Green against Houston
• Passed for a total of 352 yards and one touchdown in his first year of work
• Rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown as a dual-threat quarterback on the year
• Threw for 136 yards on 14 completions and a touchdown against ASU
• Rushed for 72 yards on nine carries against the Red Wolves' defense
• Made his first-collegiate start as a true freshman against Tulsa
• Completed 11 passes for 158 yards with two touchdowns in his first-career start
• Nominated to the Leadership Council by fellow team members

High School:
• Threw for 1,438 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior and added 1,137 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground
• Was named first-team all-state by the Iowa Newspapers Association, IowaPreps.com, and the Cedar Rapids Gazette
• Played in the Iowa Shrine Bowl
• Helped lead Iowa City to a 36-0 regular season record
• A two-star Rivals.com recruit
• Has a brother, Ted, playing for Kansas, and his father, Jim played football for Iowa

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