Found April 03, 2013 on CU at the Game:
  Colorado Daily April 4th Athlon rates Mike MacIntyre the No. 6 coach in the Pac-12 Considering the rankings for Jon Embree (11th or 12th) the past few seasons, it comes as a pleasant surprise that Athlon rates CU head coach Mike MacIntyre as the No. 6 coach in the Pac-12. Here is a link to the full rankings, while this is what they had to say about Mac-2: MacIntyre has a tough job ahead of him at Colorado, but his previous stint at San Jose State shows he is up for the task. In three years with the Spartans, MacIntyre recorded a 16-21 overall mark and led the program to a top-25 finish in the Associated Press poll at the conclusion of 2012. San Jose State was not in great shape when MacIntyre arrived in 2010, as the program went 8-16 in Dick Tomey’s last two years and had just one winning season from 2001-09. After a 1-12 record in 2010, MacIntyre’s team showed steady improvement by winning five games in ’11 and 11 last fall. The Spartans’ only losses in 2012 came to Pac-12 and Ro...
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