San Jose State to hire MacIntyre as football coach
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – San Jose State has hired Duke defensive coordinator Mike MacIntyre to replace Dick Tomey as football coach.
MacIntyre will be formally introduced at a news conference Thursday. The 44-year-old MacIntyre spent the past two seasons at Duke. He has also worked as a secondary coach in the NFL with Dallas and the New York Jets and spent five seasons as an assistant at Mississippi.
San Jose State went 2-10 this season under Tomey, who announced his retirement last month. Tomey spent five seasons with the Spartans, going 25-35 and leading them to a bowl game in 2006.