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2013: Productive local product was limited to just one game...ran 11 times for 76 yards, including a 40-yarder, and caught 2 passes for 2 yards in the season-opener at Indianapolis (Sept. 7).
2012: Tabbed honorable mention All-GLIAC for a second consecutive season...was second on the team in rushing (928) and tied for the team lead in touchdowns (14) and yards per carry (5.7)...had three 100-yard games, including a career-high 178 yards on 12 carries against Notre Dame (Nov. 10)...scored a career-high four rushing touchdowns (4, 7, 11, 3 yards) at Findlay (Oct. 27)...had 115 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 18 carries at Ohio Dominican (Oct. 6) and 102 yards and two scores at home against Lake Erie (Sept. 29)...was 11th in the league in rushing yards per game (77.3) and tied for ninth in the conference in scoring (84 points/7.0 ppg.).
2011: McCune was an honorable mention All-GLIAC selection as he led the Eagles in rushing with 834 yards...was the first freshman to pace the team in rushing since Paul Bockmore in 1999 and he had the highest rushing total by a rookie since Matt Otero rushed for 1,030 yards in 1997...had at least 70 yards rushing in each of the season's first seven games...rambled for a season-high 143 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 21 carries at home against Northern Michigan (Sept. 24)...had a season-high 26 carries and 135 yards in a 6-3 victory at Northwood (Oct. 1)...was ninth in the GLIAC in rushing yards per game (75.8) and ninth in scoring (84 points, 7.6 ppg.)...at Tiffin (Oct. 8), had a 54-yard reception, that was his longest pass play of the season...caught five passes and averaged 20.0 ypc.
High School: McCune was a two-time All-Ohio selection…he was a three-time all-conference first team pick…McCune was named the conference player of the year in 2010…he is the school’s career rushing leader with 4,550 yards…McCune rushed for over 1,000 yards in a season three times…he was named the Mansfield News-Journal’s 2010 player of the year…McCune played shortstop on the a baseball team that won a state title…he secured four letters in baseball, three in football and one in wrestling.
Personal: The running back is the son of John and Lori McCune.