Fresno State: Walk-on who came out of nowhere to become one of the WAC's top defensive players ... perhaps the most pleasant surprise of the Pat Hill Era ... was named one of college football's top 100 players by ESPN.com ... described by Hill as a player who "has a motor that doesn't stop" ... moved from defensive end to defensive tackle midway through 2003 and wound up being one of the WAC's top down linemen ... is a big reason the Bulldog defensive line was one of the league's best last year ... figures to once again be a key factor in Fresno State's defensive fortunes. (2004) Started in all 12 games ... first-team All-WAC honoree ... had 46 tackles, including 10.5 for loss and seven sacks ... ranked sixth in the league in sacks and 10th in tackles for loss ... finished sixth on the team in tackles and was tops in that category among down linemen ... recovered a fumble and had four pass breakups ... had a big game against Boise State, making 10 tackles, including three for loss and two sacks ... has started 25 consecutive games ... was incredible in Fresno State's upset of Kansas State, recording seven tackles, including 2.5 for loss and a sack ... he helped hold KSU running back Darren Sproles to just 37 yards rushing and the Wildcats to only 180 total yards ... had sacks in six of the 11 games ... an Academic All-WAC honoree. (2003) Second-team All-WAC honoree ... played in and started all 14 games ... finished with 39 tackles ... it was his dominating presence on the line that made him so valuable ... finished second on the team in tackles for loss with 12.5 and sacks with eight ... also had four quarterback hurries ... had a monster game against UTEP, piling up six tackles and four tackles for loss, including two sacks ... had three six-tackle games - Tennessee, Portland State and UTEP ... had at least one tackle for loss in eight games, including the bowl game against UCLA, against which he had two ... had a sack in six others ... forced a fumble against Nevada that helped Fresno State beat Nevada in a crucial WAC game ... was a key reason why the Bulldog offense held UCLA to under 150 total yards in the Silicon Valley Football Classic ... was the defensive MVP of the bowl game. (2002) Played in 12 games, starting one ... finished the year with 21 tackles, 13 of which were solo ... provided a big lift to the Bulldog defense when the unit lost several starters during the first half of the year ... his best game was against Hawai`i, against which he had two sacks, both coming against third-round NFL Draft selection Vince Manuwai ... also had a sack against Oregon ... finished the season with seven tackles for loss, sixth-best on the team ... member of the Dean's List.
High School: Was named Defensive Player of the Year in the Northern Nevada League while playing for South Lake Tahoe HS ... selected to the All-Region and All-League teams his junior and senior years.
Personal: Born Nov. 26, 1984 ... parents' names are Monique and Robert McIntyre ... lists Warren Sapp as his favorite athlete.
Career Statistics Year G-GS Solo Asst. Total TL-Yds. Sacks-Yds. 2002 12-1 13 8 21 7-34 3-26 2003 14-14 27 12 39 12.5-80 8-67 2004 12-12 21 25 46 10.5-61 7-44 Totals 38-27 61 45 106 30-175 18-137
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