On Tuesday, the Iowa football team received some unfortunate news. Their starting quarterback, Cade McNamara, will be out for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL. This injury originally occurred during the first half of Iowa’s Saturday game against Michigan State.
During a press conference on Tuesday, head coach Kirk Ferentz shared his thoughts on the situation. He expressed that the news about Cade’s injury is not good and is quite concerning.
"It's just a really tough break."— Big Ten Football (@B1Gfootball) October 4, 2023
Kirk Ferentz discusses QB Cade McNamara's season-ending ACL injury. pic.twitter.com/fPNrHtiDRJ
Cade will need surgery to repair his ACL, and as a result, he won’t be able to play for the rest of the season. However, he will continue to support the team from the sidelines. It’s a tough setback for him and the team.
Cade McNamara is a senior who joined the Iowa team for the 2023 season after spending the last three years at Michigan.
His injury is particularly unfortunate given his recent transfer. This season, Cade completed 51 percent of his passes, throwing for 505 yards, four touchdowns, and three interceptions.
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