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Penn State tight end Andrew Quarless (#10) twirls the ball in the end zone after scoring their first touchdown during second quarter game action at Penn State Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania on November 18, 2006. Penn State defeated Michigan State 17-13. (UPI Photo/John Anderson)
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Andrew Quarless is an American football player. He is a tight end for Penn State's football team under Joe Paterno. Quarless of Uniondale, New York had a breakout season as a true freshman in the 2006 season. Success in the 2007 season was limited due to suspensions and loss of his starting position at tight end to Mickey Shuler, Jr. Quarless saw limited playing time in 2008 until the Illinois game when he started in the place of an injured Shuler and caught a key 4th quarter touchdown.

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