Craig McIntosh (93), who was 11-for-15 on field goals and 34-for-35 on extra points last season, announced he was quitting ROTC this fall to join the football team full-time. McIntosh was given a full scholarship.
during an extra point kick in the third quarter. Kentucky hosted Georgia Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010 at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer
Craig McIntosh (93), who was 11-for-15 on field goals and 34-for-35 on extra points last season, announced he was quitting ROTC this fall to join the football team full-time. McIntosh was given a full scholarship. during an extra point kick in the third quarter. Kentucky hosted Georgia Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010 at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer
Craig McIntosh (93), who was 11-for-15 on field goals and 34-for-35 on extra points last season, announced he was quitting ROTC this fall to join the football team full-time. McIntosh was given a full scholarship. during an extra point kick in the third quarter. Kentucky hosted Georgia Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010 at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington. Photo by Jonathan Palmer

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