|Title:||Assistant Offensive Line Coach|
Denny Galipo joined the Concordia University Wisconsin football coaching staff prior to the 2012 season.
Galipo has an extended knowledge of the offensive line position after playing minor league football and coaching at a variety of levels. He recently was the offensive line coach in the Franklin School District from 2000-08 and led the Sabres to a WIAA State title in 2006.
He also was a player/coach with the Franklin Outlaws (Ironman Football League) for three seasons and led them to an IFL title in 2008. Galipo played 15 years for the Racine Raiders (Mid State Football League) and won five national titles. Galipo began his playing career with the Marine Corps football program in 1973-75.
Galipo has two daughters, Christy and Gina. He is a retired Milwaukee County Sheriff and he currently works part-time with the Calumet County Sheriff's office.