WATCH: Cade McNamara’s emotional postgame interview after Penn State

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If you’re a Michigan football fan who wasn’t on the 12-train, there’s still a little time to get back on board.

For the first time since the Rutgers game in Week 4, Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara played every snap, with the J.J. McCarthy sporadic insertion experiment taking at least a one-week hiatus. All of Michigan’s 21 points were a result of big throws by McNamara — two perfectly placed passes in the end zone to Roman Wilson and the underneath crossing route to Erick All to seal the game vs. Penn State.

After the game, McNamara met up with ESPN sideline reporter Molly McGrath, and was asked about the hug he shared with sixth-year center Andrew Vastardis. He got rather emotional, thinking back to previous teams and how they didn’t get to experience wins like these.

It’s a must-watch for Michigan fans. Check it out below.

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