Players and coach Rod Carey visit children at Baptist Children Hospital
2013: Backup quarterback saw action in five games...Completed both of his passing attempts for touchdowns this season...Rushed for 44 yards on six carries on the season...Threw a 36 yard touchdown and rushed for nine yards against Eastern Michigan (10-26)...Rushed for 11 yards and threw an 18 yard touchdown at Purdue (9-28).
2012: NIU's backup quarterback appeared in seven games as a redshirt freshman. Completed seven of his 13 pass attempts for 57 yards and a score. Finished fifth on the team in rushing yards with 92 yards on 25 attempts. Saw significant playing time in a win against UMass (11-3), in which he ran seven times for 45 yards and two scores to go with 43 yards passing and a touchdown through the air. Completed a season-long pass of 34 yards to Angelo Sebastiano against the Minutemen. Gained 26 yards on six carries at Akron (10-20). Accumulated 20 yards on six rushes against UT Martin (9-8). Garnered his first completion against Buffalo (10-13) on a 12-yard pass to Juwan Brescacin. Also saw game action against Central Michigan (9-29) and Eastern Michigan (11-23).
2011: Redshirted while serving as the Huskies' third-team quarterback. Traveled to every game.
High School: Awarded the title of Indiana's Gatorade Football Player of the Year. First team All-State choice by the Indiana Coaches Association and honorable mention 4A All-State quarterback by the Associated Press as a senior. Named to the 2009 Associated Press and Indiana Football Coaches Association Class 4A All-State squads. Played in the Indiana North-South High School All-Star game. Honored as the Evansville Courier & Press All-Metro Player of the Year after both his junior and senior campaigns. Finished his three-year varsity career with a record of 39-3. Led team to a 15-0 Class 4A State Championship as a junior and to a berth in the state semifinals with a 13-1 final record his senior season. Team was ranked No. 7 in USA Today's Midwest rankings and was one of ESPN's high school Fab 50 his junior year. Three-time first-team all-conference selection and two-time all-area choice. Threw for 5,553 yards on 356-of-559 passing (63.7 percent) with 65 touchdown passes during his prep career. Ran for 3,507 yards on 490 carries (a 7.2-yard average) with 47 rushing TDs during his prep career. As a senior, threw for 2,202 yards and 29 touchdowns with just seven interceptions and added another 1,183 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground. Completed 65 percent of his passes (143-of-220) for 2,258 yards and a 26-5 touchdown to interception mark as a junior. Rushed for 1,473 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior. The Panthers never lost a conference game during his career.
Personal: Born May 17, 1992 in Evansville, Ind. Son of Tim and Lori McIntosh. Older brother, Paul, also led his team to an undefeated season and Class 4A State Championship before starting as a quarterback at Southern Illinois. Business major is a Huskie Scholar with a 3.46 GPA. Admires Tim Tebow.
McINTOSH'S SINGLE GAME HIGHS
Attempts: 6, vs. UMass, 11-3-12 Completions: 4, vs. UMass, 11-3-12 Passing Yards: 43, vs. UMass, 11-3-12 Rushing Yards: 45, vs. UMass, 11-3-12 Longest Pass: 34, vs. UMass, 11-3-12