After 35 carries, QB McGee feels the pain for Aggies
Updated: October 25, 2007, 1:09 PM ETBy Tim Griffin | Special to ESPN.com
Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee might have been a human bruise for a couple of days after beating Nebraska, but he didn't seem to mind too much. McGee rushed a staggering 35 times -- a school record for quarterbacks -- for 167 yards to spark the Aggies' gritty 36-14 victory. He was the spark in the Aggies' zone-read option offense as A&M erupted for a season-best 359 rushing yards. "I felt pretty bad at the end of the game. On Sunday, I felt sore. And yesterday, I felt really sore," said McGee, who was the last A&M player to leave the locker room after receiving an IV solution. "But if it means we win, I'll run it 40 times."
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