NIU's backup QB McIntosh releases nerves
DeKALB – The hit that knocked Matt McIntosh to the ground shortly after he released his first pass completion in Saturday’s 63-0 win over Massachusetts actually felt good, the redshirt freshman claimed after the game.
The hit jostled the nerves out of him, the backup quarterback professed, after throwing just six passes all year and playing mostly during garbage minutes.
“Getting in the game, getting the nerves out just kind of feels good,” McIntosh said. “After that, they don’t feel the same.”
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