Catching Up With ... Tony McGee 

February, 14, 2012
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Tony McGee was one of the better tight ends in Michigan history, catching 42 passes for 515 yards and six touchdowns for the Wolverines -- including two touchdowns in the 1993 Rose Bowl against Washington.

McGee's 1992 season was one of the best for a tight end ever at Michigan. He caught 38 passes (tied for seventh in a single season among tight ends) for 467 yards (ninth in a season) and six touchdowns (tied for second). He was drafted by Cincinnati in the second round of the 1993 NFL Draft and in an 11-year NFL career caught 322 passes for 4,089 yards and 21 touchdowns.
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