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Memorable Moments with Cade McNown: Defeating #11 Oregon in Overtime
Memorable Moments with Cade McNown: Defeating #11 Oregon in Overtime
Published: 2014/10/09
Channel: UCLA Athletics
2 Bust or Not 2 Bust - Cade McNown
2 Bust or Not 2 Bust - Cade McNown
Published: 2015/09/24
Channel: Kevin Kobasko
Chicago Bears @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1998 regular season game: 1st quarter (1/2)
Chicago Bears @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1998 regular season game: 1st quarter (1/2)
Published: 2010/09/17
Channel: Bucsareawesome2
UCLA QB Cade McNown barfs on the field while under center vs. Oregon 10-17-1998
UCLA QB Cade McNown barfs on the field while under center vs. Oregon 10-17-1998
Published: 2011/08/29
Channel: keeerrrttt
1999 Eagles at Chicago
1999 Eagles at Chicago
Published: 2016/09/14
Channel: Eagles Fan Harris
Cade McNown Leads UCLA To Comeback Win  | Cotton Bowl Classic 1998
Cade McNown Leads UCLA To Comeback Win | Cotton Bowl Classic 1998
Published: 2015/12/29
Channel: Stadium
1998 #3 UCLA at #10 Arizona 1 of 1-JIP
1998 #3 UCLA at #10 Arizona 1 of 1-JIP
Published: 2016/05/03
Channel: Stephen Barnett
Cade McNown v. WSU
Cade McNown v. WSU
Published: 2006/10/10
Channel: theriles
1991 NFL Week 4 Jets at Bears
1991 NFL Week 4 Jets at Bears
Published: 2017/07/12
Channel: Bay Area Sports
1997 UCLA @ Texas - First Half
1997 UCLA @ Texas - First Half
Published: 2010/09/23
Channel: VideoLonghorn
Mike Thinks McCown is Cade McNown
Mike Thinks McCown is Cade McNown
Published: 2013/12/10
Channel: Juan Santiago 27
Signing Day Stories: UCLA
Signing Day Stories: UCLA's Terry Donahue commits to Cade McNown
Published: 2015/01/30
Channel: Pac-12 Networks
1998 Texas @ UCLA - Second Half
1998 Texas @ UCLA - Second Half
Published: 2011/09/16
Channel: VideoLonghorn
1998 #3 UCLA at Miami 1 of 1
1998 #3 UCLA at Miami 1 of 1
Published: 2014/08/18
Channel: Stephen Barnett
Dial M for Melvin
Dial M for Melvin
Published: 2008/05/03
Channel: thomwim
Memorable Moments: Crosstown Rivalry
Memorable Moments: Crosstown Rivalry
Published: 2014/11/21
Channel: UCLA Athletics
Bears QB Draft History
Bears QB Draft History
Published: 2010/05/08
Channel: AVSEAL2012
Wayne Cook and Cade McNown talk about UCLA
Wayne Cook and Cade McNown talk about UCLA
Published: 2008/06/08
Channel: uclafan11
11 titanic facts about Marcus Mariota
11 titanic facts about Marcus Mariota
Published: 2015/09/14
Channel: Anchor
Oregon @ UCLA 1998 One Hour
Oregon @ UCLA 1998 One Hour
Published: 2014/07/08
Channel: OneHourFootball
1998 Aloha Bowl - Colorado vs  #21 Oregon
1998 Aloha Bowl - Colorado vs #21 Oregon
Published: 2017/08/20
Channel: mrrustyduck
The Walter Payton Game - Bryan Robinson blocks field goal
The Walter Payton Game - Bryan Robinson blocks field goal
Published: 2011/06/25
Channel: Delete1723
Curtis Enis draft bust
Curtis Enis draft bust
Published: 2015/08/30
Channel: adamrmattock1
Rose Bowl 1999 (Wisconsin v UCLA) One Hour
Rose Bowl 1999 (Wisconsin v UCLA) One Hour
Published: 2015/04/02
Channel: OneHourFootball
Street Smith
Street Smith's College Football October 23 1998 Cover UCLA QB Cade McNown Brock Huard
Published: 2016/02/01
Channel: tahitian thunder
Tommy McNown
Tommy McNown
Published: 2011/05/03
Channel: picfire57
1998 Texas @ UCLA - First Half
1998 Texas @ UCLA - First Half
Published: 2011/09/15
Channel: VideoLonghorn
Jamar Fletcher picks off Cade McNown in Rose Bowl
Jamar Fletcher picks off Cade McNown in Rose Bowl
Published: 2014/01/07
Channel: griffuw86
UCLA @ Miami 1998 One Hour
UCLA @ Miami 1998 One Hour
Published: 2014/04/29
Channel: OneHourFootball
Oregon CB Rashad Bauman big hit on UCLA QB Cade McNown 10-11-1997
Oregon CB Rashad Bauman big hit on UCLA QB Cade McNown 10-11-1997
Published: 2011/08/06
Channel: keeerrrttt
Legacy Mich@UCLA Freshman Sack
Legacy Mich@UCLA Freshman Sack
Published: 2011/02/01
Channel: mrr max
All Chicago Bears Starting Quarterbacks
All Chicago Bears Starting Quarterbacks
Published: 2017/03/05
Channel: Ranked Videos
Pokemon Wifi Battle #4 Vs Cade McNown
Pokemon Wifi Battle #4 Vs Cade McNown
Published: 2012/06/19
Channel: Jriiizzy
Camp Randall 100: Jamar Fletcher
Camp Randall 100: Jamar Fletcher
Published: 2017/08/10
Channel: Wisconsin Badgers
Oregon LB Derrick Barnes sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 9-16-1995
Oregon LB Derrick Barnes sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 9-16-1995
Published: 2011/07/25
Channel: keeerrrttt
Oregon LB Aaron Cheuvront sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 10-17-1998
Oregon LB Aaron Cheuvront sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 10-17-1998
Published: 2011/08/29
Channel: keeerrrttt
Oregon LB Reggie Jordan sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 9-16-1995
Oregon LB Reggie Jordan sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown 9-16-1995
Published: 2011/07/25
Channel: keeerrrttt
Oregon LB Reggie Jordan sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown again 9-16-1995
Oregon LB Reggie Jordan sacks UCLA QB Cade McNown again 9-16-1995
Published: 2011/07/25
Channel: keeerrrttt
Boers & Bernstein First Show & Commentary 2010 02/18
Boers & Bernstein First Show & Commentary 2010 02/18
Published: 2013/09/24
Channel: Ken Harrelson
Pop Warner hitman Bryan McNown
Pop Warner hitman Bryan McNown
Published: 2007/10/25
Channel: 13TX
The NFL Draft:  Why the 85 Bears won the Super Bowl
The NFL Draft: Why the 85 Bears won the Super Bowl
Published: 2012/12/06
Channel: schlegdaddytv
2015 MCNOWN NFL LOTTERY
2015 MCNOWN NFL LOTTERY
Published: 2015/01/10
Channel: dostovi
English Identity Project -Max McNown
English Identity Project -Max McNown
Published: 2017/06/13
Channel: Max McNown
Terry Donahue talks about Cook, McNown, Norrie and Neuheisal
Terry Donahue talks about Cook, McNown, Norrie and Neuheisal
Published: 2008/06/08
Channel: uclafan11
How to Pronounce Cade Mcnown
How to Pronounce Cade Mcnown
Published: 2016/12/11
Channel: Dictionary Voice
Bryan McNown part II
Bryan McNown part II
Published: 2007/12/20
Channel: 13TX
Cade Prior, Crime Fighter
Cade Prior, Crime Fighter
Published: 2014/06/09
Channel: Chip Prior
John Barnes USC vs UCLA
John Barnes USC vs UCLA
Published: 2013/05/01
Channel: Nick Satriano
Skip Hicks v. Texas
Skip Hicks v. Texas
Published: 2006/10/10
Channel: theriles
Dat Nguyen - 1998 Cotton Bowl INT
Dat Nguyen - 1998 Cotton Bowl INT
Published: 2011/10/25
Channel: Papa1472008
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Cade McNown
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McNown with the Dolphins in 2001.
No. 8
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1977-01-12) January 12, 1977 (age 40)
Place of birth: Portland, Oregon
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight: 210 lb (95 kg)
Career information
High school: West Linn (OR)
College: UCLA
NFL Draft: 1999 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Pass attempts: 515
Pass completions: 281
Percentage: 54.6
TDINT: 16–19
Passing yards: 3,111
QB Rating: 67.7
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Cade Brem McNown (born January 12, 1977) is a former American football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for four seasons. He played college football for the UCLA Bruins, earning consensus All-American honors as a senior in 1998. The Chicago Bears selected him in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft, and he played professionally for the Bears, Miami Dolphins, and San Francisco 49ers of the NFL.

Early years[edit]

McNown was born in Portland, Oregon. He went to high school at San Benito High School in Hollister, California, before transferring as a senior to West Linn High School in West Linn, Oregon, where he played quarterback and free safety.

He led his high school to the 1994 Oregon Class 4A semifinals, becoming wildly touted by newspapers as a college prospect. He once threw an interception to Lakeridge linebacker, Geoff Gore during a 23-0 loss. McNown would later call it the "greatest defensive play he'd ever witnessed." during a post game interview. He also was active on the school track team, where he set a school pole vault record. McNown signed with UCLA after high school. His selection of UCLA was influenced by future NFL quarterback Brock Huard signing with Washington. Huard, along with McNown, were the top high school quarterback prospects in the western United States in 1994.

College career[edit]

McNown attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and played for the Bruins from 1995 to 1998. He became the starting quarterback as a true freshman, four games into the season, ranking first among all freshmen quarterbacks in many statistics. In 1995, UCLA finished 7–5 and played in the Aloha Bowl (losing to Kansas).

McNown was less successful as a sophomore in 1996, when UCLA would go 5–6 and he would be ranked 9th in the Pac-10 in pass efficiency. But the season ended on a high note as UCLA overcame a 17-point fourth quarter deficit to beat rival USC in overtime, 48–41.

As a junior in 1997, McNown announced the team's goal to score an average of 30 points per game. They ended up averaging 39.75 points per game. After an 0–2 start, UCLA would win its remaining 10 games, including the 1998 Cotton Bowl Classic over Texas A&M, to finish Pac-10 co-champion and ranked No. 5 in the nation. McNown was named Most Outstanding Offensive Player for that year's Cotton Bowl Classic. He also was a finalist for the Davey O'Brien Award, was named an All-American by the Associated Press (third team), The Sporting News (third team), made the All-Pac-10 team (second team) behind Washington State's Ryan Leaf, and finished eighth in the Heisman balloting. He led the nation in passing efficiency with a 168.6 rating. His play broke many UCLA records, most of which had been previously set by Tom Ramsey.

In his senior season in 1998, McNown led UCLA to a 10–2 record, including a Rose Bowl appearance as the sole Pac-10 champion. With McNown at the helm, the Bruins' explosive offense carried them on a school-record 20-game winning streak from the previous year, as they won their first 10 games in 1998, before losing to Miami Hurricanes in their regular season finale in a loss that broke the 20-game winning streak and knocked UCLA out of the BCS Championship Game vs. Tennessee. The disappointed Bruins then lost to Ron Dayne-led Wisconsin in the 1999 Rose Bowl, 38–31. McNown set numerous school records in passing and offense, became the Pac-10's all-time career leader in total offense, and won a collection of post-season honors, including Pac-10 co-Offensive Player of the Year, the Pop Warner Memorial Trophy for best senior player on the West Coast, consensus first-team All-American honors, and the Johnny Unitas Award as the top senior quarterback in college football. McNown also finished third in balloting for the Heisman Trophy. In the 1999 Senior Bowl, McNown earned MVP honors as he threw two touchdowns in helping to lead the South team to victory.

For his career, McNown still holds many of the passing and total-offense records. McNown also holds the distinction of being the only UCLA quarterback to go 4-0 against cross-town rival USC. On October 9, 2009, McNown was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame. McNown will be inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame on December 30, 2017.

Statistics[edit]

Year Team Passing Rushing
Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD
1995 UCLA 122 245 49.8% 1,698 6.9 7 8 110.9 71 311 4.4 5
1996 UCLA 176 336 52.4% 2,424 7.2 12 16 115.2 88 58 0.7 4
1997 UCLA 189 312 60.6% 3,116 10.0 24 6 166.0 79 26 0.3 4
1998 UCLA 207 357 58.0% 3,470 9.7 25 11 156.6 75 182 2.4 3
Career 694 1,250 55.5% 10,708 8.6 68 41 138.9 313 577 1.8 16

Source:[1]

Professional career[edit]

Pre-draft measurables
Ht Wt 40‑yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20‑ss 3‑cone Vert jump Broad
6 ft 1 in
(1.85 m)
213 lb
(97 kg)
4.75 s 1.64 s 2.75 s 4.28 s 7.27 s 33 12 in
(0.85 m)
9 ft 5 in
(2.87 m)
All values from NFL Combine[2]

Following the scouting combine, some scouts questioned the strength of his throwing arm. McNown, along with Akili Smith, Daunte Culpepper, and Donovan McNabb, appeared on the cover of ESPN The Magazine in the issue highlighting the draft. He was selected by the Chicago Bears with the twelfth overall pick in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft, following a draft pick trade with the Washington Redskins. He was the highest-drafted Bears quarterback since Jim McMahon.[3]

In the months preceding draft day, the Bears had declared that Erik Kramer would be the starting quarterback, but would waive him prior to signing McNown, who they named as the upcoming season's starter. He was a contract holdout most of training camp, eventually agreeing to a $22 million contract.[3] Head coach Dick Jauron announced that Shane Matthews would be the starter, but that McNown would play at least one series every game to gain experience.

McNown would start his first game for the Bears on October 10 following a hamstring injury to Matthews the previous week. During the game on December 26, following a poor performance against the Rams, McNown chose to sit out the second half of the game. He would be replaced as starter by Jim Miller, but would again be named the starter following Miller's suspension. McNown had a spectacular game against Detroit on Dec 19, setting franchise rookie records with 27 completions, 301 yards, and 4 touchdowns; he also holds the rookie record for pass attempts, with 42 in the season finale loss to Tampa Bay.[4]

He was named the Bears' 2000 starter over Matthews (Miller was injured during the pre-season), but his performance grew noticeably worse through the season; the Bears under McNown would fall to 1–6, leading the home crowd to regularly chant for Miller's return. He suffered a shoulder injury during the seventh game of the season (against Philadelphia), was briefly replaced by Miller, who would himself suffer an injury and be replaced by Matthews. McNown would start (and lose) one more game that season, against San Francisco. Although he was benched for the final game of the season at the Detroit Lions, he came in after Matthews was injured again and even helped lead the Bears to an upset win that eliminated the Lions from what appeared to be a sure playoff berth. However, the Bears had seen enough by this point.

McNown was traded during the 2001 preseason to the Miami Dolphins, along with a seventh-round pick, for a sixth-round pick, and a conditional 2003 seventh-round pick. In Chicago, he had fallen down the depth chart, below Miller and Matthews, competing against Danny Wuerffel for the third-string position. He would be named the third-string quarterback for the Dolphins, and saw no action during the season.

The Dolphins traded McNown to the San Francisco 49ers for a conditional seventh-round draft pick during the 2002 offseason. By then, Terry Donahue, former head coach at UCLA, was the general manager. Interest was briefly raised in McNown, as the 49ers were then searching for a quarterback for the west coast offense. Although he was initially competing against Tim Rattay, Giovanni Carmazzi, and Brandon Doman for the backup spot behind starter Jeff Garcia, McNown reinjured his shoulder during the preseason. When it was revealed he would require season-ending surgery, he was placed on injured reserve. McNown was released by the 49ers during the 2003 offseason. His rights were shortly thereafter acquired by the Calgary Stampeders, although he was never signed.

Statistics[edit]

Year Team GP GS Passing Rushing
Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD
1999 CHI 15 6 127 235 54.0 1,465 6.2 8 10 66.7 32 160 5.0 0
2000 CHI 10 9 154 280 55.0 1,646 5.9 8 9 68.5 50 326 6.5 3
Career 25 15 281 515 54.6 3,111 6.0 16 19 67.7 82 486 5.9 3

Source:[5]

Personal[edit]

McNown was charged in September 1999 with the illegal possession of a handicapped parking pass while playing football at UCLA in 1996,[6] to which he pleaded no contest.[7] Other players charged included Skip Hicks, Larry Atkins, and Brendon Ayanbadejo.[6]

McNown later worked for UBS in the private wealth group before joining JPMorgan Chase Private Bank. In 2013, Lourd Capital Management hired McNown as vice president.[8]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Cade McNown". sports-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 3, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Cade McNown". nfldraftscout.com. Retrieved September 3, 2016. 
  3. ^ a b Russell, Dalton (November 28, 2013). "Chicago Bears: Top Five Turkeys in Franchise History". Yahoo! Sports. Archived from the original on December 4, 2013. Retrieved November 28, 2013. 
  4. ^ As of 2017
  5. ^ "Cade McNown". pro-football-reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved September 3, 2016. 
  6. ^ a b "McNown, Hicks, Atkins charged". CNN Sports Illustrated. September 13, 1999. Archived from the original on December 19, 2013. 
  7. ^ "PLUS: COLLEGE FOOTBALL -- U.C.L.A.; McNown Pleads No Contest". The New York Times. October 1, 1999. Archived from the original on May 27, 2015. 
  8. ^ "Cade McNown Joins Lourd Capital Management as Vice President". Yahoo! Finance. June 24, 2013. Retrieved January 28, 2014. 

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