THIS IS THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
WITH JASON ROMANO, FEATURING MIKE MACINTYRE
Mike MacIntyre is the head coach of Florida International University’s football team. Before coming to FIU, he was the defensive coordinator at Memphis from 2020-2021 and at Ole Miss in 2019.
From 2013-2018, MacIntyre was the head coach at the University of Colorado, where he led the Buffaloes to two bowl games and won the 2016 Grant Teaff National Coach of the Year award for leading his team to a 10-4 mark and CU’s first-ever appearance in the Pac-12 championship game. Coach MacIntyre also has five years of NFL coaching experience as an assistant with the Dallas Cowboys and New York Jets from 2003-2007.
Today on the podcast, Coach Mac joins us to talk about the importance of Christ in his life, helping his assistant coaches in their growth, his new role at FIU, and lessons learned from coaching in the NFL.
Mathew 1:23 The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel which means, “God with us.” Merry Christmas!
— Coach Mike MacIntyre (@CoachMikeMac) December 25, 2020
– Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss Head Football Coach
– Hugh Freeze, Liberty Head Football Coach
– Scott Satterfield, Louisville Head Football Coach