Denny sure has had a variety of coaching duties
from Head Coach to Special teams
and co-ordinating on both
sides of the ball, no less.
I think he will be able
to adapt to using the 4-3 okay.
He sure seems to know what
offences do to attack the 4-3.
Click here and watch Denny's video
describing that to us and see what you think.
and here is his Professional Resume
Born 1949, Pittsburgh PA
Education: BS Edinboro University 1971;
MS Duquesne University 1973;
M.Ed., HPER, Univ of Pittsburgh 1977
Coaching Experience (33 years)
Army - 2003 - Special Teams Coach (D-IA)
Duke - 2001-2002 - Inside Linebackers/Special Teams (D-IA)
Rutgers - 1998-2000 - Defensive Coordinator (D-IA)
Arkansas State - 1997 - Defensive Coordinator (D-IA)
South Dakota - 1992-1996 - Head Coach (D-IAA)
Edmonton Eskimos - 1991 - Special Teams (Pro)
San Francisco State - 1990-1991 - Head Coach (D-II)
California - 1987-1989 - Special Teams (D-IA)
Edmonton Eskimos - 1985-1986 - Special Teams (Pro)
Edinboro University - 1979-1985 - Head Coach (D-II)
Edinboro University - 1976-1978 - Defensive Coordinator (D-II)
Carnegie-Mellon University - 1975 - Offensive Coordinator (D-III)
University of Pittsburgh - 1974 - Graduate Assistant (D-IA)
Keystone Oaks HS - Pittsburgh - 1971-1973 - Assistant coach
Family: wife, Linda, sons Kevin, professor at Virginia tech
and Casey, d-line coach Calgary Stampeders.