FORMER UT MARTIN ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH TO BE NAMED HEAD COACH AT COLORADO
December 10, 2012
MARTIN, Tenn. – Mike MacIntyre, a former assistant football coach at The University of Tennessee at Martin, will be introduced as the head coach at Colorado late Monday afternoon.
MacIntyre was most recently the head coach at San Jose State. He served as the defensive coordinator at Duke and he spent five years in the NFL as an assistant with the New York Jets and the Dallas Cowboys.
He coached on both sides of the ball at Ole Miss from (1999-2002) and served as a two-year graduate assistant at Georgia. He worked one year as the defensive coordinator at Davidson, four years at UT Martin (1993-96) and two years at Temple.
A 1989 graduate of Georgia Tech, he played two seasons (1987-88) at free safety and punt returner for head coach Bobby Ross. Before becoming a Yellow Jacket, MacIntyre played two seasons (1984-85) at Vanderbilt for his father, George MacIntyre.
George MacIntyre coached at UT Martin from 1975-77. He compiled an 18-14 worksheet and posted back-to-back 8-3 campaigns in 1976 and 1977.
Born on March 14, 1965, in Miami. Fla., Mike and his wife, Trisha, have three children, Jennifer, Jay Michael and Jonston.