93  Craig McIntosh
Craig McIntosh


Lexington, Ky.

High School:
Lexington Christian

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200




Kentucky Football vs. Tennessee -- Postgame Notes

Kentucky Football vs. Tennessee -- Postgame Notes


46 Wildcats on 2012 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll

UK's 46 tied for fourth amongst the 14 SEC programs


Several Former Wildcats to Play in All-Star Games

McIntosh to play in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl; Warford to play in Senior Bowl; Smith, King, Neloms, Ukwu in Texas vs. the Nation


Cats Fall at Tennessee in Season Finale

Whitlow throws for 225 yards and a touchdown


Kentucky-Tennessee Postgame Notes

Tennessee 37, Kentucky 17


FB Highlights vs. Ole Miss

Cats Bounce Ole Miss 30-13; Maxwell Smith throws for 283 yards; Trevathan notches 17 tackles and an interception


Blue/White Game, 042112

Kentucky held its annual spring game, the Blue/White game, on Saturday, April 21 at Commonwealth Stadium.

- National Kickoff Specialist of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards for the Vanderbilt game (2009)
- SEC Academic Honor Roll (2010, 2011)

Two-year starter at placekicker ... Has performed consistently, making 79.3 percent of his field goals (23 of 29) ... Career long is 50 yards but has the leg to make them from longer distances ... Career best is three field goals in a game, achieved last season vs. Mississippi State ... Owns the second- and third-longest consecutive field-goal streaks in school history with eight and seven, respectively ... Has an interesting story; kicked only one year in high school, then enrolled at Kentucky as a member of UK's Army ROTC program ... After a year as a regular student, he decided to try out in his second year on campus when his father heard that the Wildcats needed a kickoff man and encouraged Craig to try out ... Participated three years in ROTC but is no longer in the program ... Has played in 36 games.

2011 (Junior): Played in all 12 games ... Led the team in scoring with 56 points ... Converted 12-of-14 field goals and 21-of-22 extra points ... Made seven-consecutive field goals, the third-longest streak in school history ... Had a career-best three field goals vs. Mississippi State ... Season long was 48 yards in the win over Ole Miss.

2010 (Sophomore): Second on the team in scoring with 67 points, making 11-of-15 field goals and 34-of-35 extra points ... Made eight-consecutive field goals, the second-longest streak in school history ... Hit both field goal attempts at Ole Miss, including a career-long 50-yarder ... Tied his career long with a 50-yarder against the wind in the BBVA Compass Bowl ... Took over kickoff duties late in the season because of his accurate kick placement ... Made two tackles in kick coverage.

2009 (Redshirt Freshman): Tried out for the team when school started in late August and won a place on the squad ... Kicked off the last 10 games of the season ... Had 51 kickoffs, 11 for touchbacks ... Even though he got off to a late start, he ranked fourth in the SEC in total touchbacks ... Had a season-high three touchbacks against Eastern Kentucky and Vanderbilt ... Named the National Kickoff Specialist of the Week for his performance against the Commodores ... Made one tackle in kick coverage.

2008 (Freshman): Enrolled at UK as a member of the ROTC program ... Did not play football, the equivalent of a redshirt season.

High School: Only played football in his senior season at Lexington Christian Academy ... Was the team's starting kicker, punter and linebacker ... Had a long field goal of 48 yards ... Helped LCA to an 11-4 record and a runner-up finish in the Class A state championship ... Coached by Paul Rains ... Two-year all-state honoree in soccer, playing the striker position ... Also participated in the pole vault for the track and field team.

Personal: Born in Rogers, Ark. ... Son of John and Lori McIntosh ... Major is kinesiology.

Community Cats: Visited patients at Birmingham Children's Hospital and helped with the Big Blue U Move-In (2011).

2015 National Signing Day Commonwealth Stadium