Herbert McIntyre was an American football coach in the late 19th century. In 1897, he became the third paid coach at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. In his only year as coach, Merrill posted a record of 2–4–1 with victories over the Nashville Guards and Earlham College. McIntyre became the first paid coach to leave Miami with a losing record. After he left, Miami did not hire a football coach for two seasons until Alonzo Edwin Branch was hired for the 1900 season.