In his first game as an XFL quarterback, Matt McGloin was able to plunge across the goal line for his first touchdown in the league.

On Sunday, McGloin suited up for the New York Guardians in the league’s first weekend since relaunching. He accounted for the team’s first score of the game, getting into the end zone on a one-yard touchdown run to give his squad an early 7-0 advantage.

McGloin was on four NFL teams after his time at Penn State, with his longest run being with the Oakland Raiders from 2013-16. He’s also had stops with the Philadelphia Eagles, Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs.

In 35 career games at Penn State, McGloin threw for 6,390 yards and 46 touchdowns. He also accounted for seven rushing touchdowns at a Nittany Lion.

The XFL kicked off this weekend with four games over the last two days.