Cool air blew over Matt McGloin's face as he paced the sideline.
He donned a black headset while offensive coordinator Galen Hall preached readiness over the chants of Minnesota fans. McGloin surveyed the crowd and glanced at the large slice of blue and white. He gave a slight nod in their direction.
He didn't know it at the time, but this day -- Oct. 23, 2010 -- would set into motion the next two years of his life. When the clock struck 8:40 in the second quarter, McGloin's Cinderella ...
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