By Chris Mascaro
November 16, 2013

Matt McGloin (Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images) Matt McGloin threw 46 touchdowns in three seasons at Penn State. (Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images)

One of the few bright spots in the Raiders' offense this season has been quarterback Terrelle Pryor, especially his running ability, as he leads the team with 504 rushing yards.

But with Pryor ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans with a knee injury, undrafted rookie Matt McGloin will get the start under center.

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McGloin saw his first NFL action in a blowout loss to the Eagles two weeks ago and was 7-for-15 passing for 87 yards.

The 23-year-old set Penn State's single season passing mark last year with 3,271 yards. He'll square off on Sunday against Texans QB Case Keenum, a second-year player who was also undrafted. Keenum's University of Houston team beat McGloin's Nittany Lions in the 2012 TicketCity Bowl.

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