"Dale Lennon" is an American football coach and former player in the United States. He is currently the head football coach at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, a position he had held since the 2008 season. Lennon was formerly the head coach at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota (1997–1998) and the University of North Dakota (1999–2007). His North Dakota Fighting Sioux football/North Dakota Fighting Sioux won the NCAA Division II National Football Championship in 2001. Lennon was 90–24 in nine seasons as the head coach of the Fighting Sioux and is the program's all-time winningest coach.

More Dale Lennon on Wikipedia.

If you look at our numbers, the play of our quarterbacks was very impressive. They made the right reads on their passes.

That definitely served as some incentive for our offense.

Today was a good day. I was happy with our offense, defense and special teams. It was our most complete game of the season.

That will be a distant memory.

Our start was very good. The first 10 minutes were pretty impressive.

As a coach, you always worry about the distractions of the week and keeping your feet on the ground.

In the first half we did a lot of things that were uncharacteristic of us. It was a very emotional game, and at the half, I just tried to bring everyone in check. We wanted that emotional excitement, but not to the degree that it was.

This is a mature football team.

Brady is in shape. He's confident in running the ball.