|Title:||Asst. Football Coach (Tackles/Tight Ends)|
A native of nearby Utica, Ohio, Todd Londot enters his sevent season as an assistant coach at Denison after an impressive collegiate and professional playing career.
The 2018 season was a breakthrough campaign for the Big Red. After finishing the regular season with an 8-2 record, Denison captured a share of its first North Coast Athletic Conference championship since 1986. Denison earned the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship, marking the program's first playoff appearance in 33 years. The Big Red totaled 2,662 yards rushing led by first-team All-NCAC performers Alex Minton and Canaan Gebele. Minton rushed for a career-high 1,368 yards and 12 touchdowns while Gebele added 612 yards and 14 TDs on the ground. Denison's offensive line was honored as the D3football.com Team of the Week after their performance against 11th ranked Wittenberg. Tackles George Carson and Frank Zoltan were named to the first-team all-conference squad.
A 2005 graduate of Miami University (Ohio), Londot was a four-year starter and three-time All-Mid-American Athletic Conference player on the offensive line. Thirty-eight of his 46 career starts came at center where he was snapping to Redhawks quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for two of his four seasons at Miami.
After graduating from Miami, Londot went on to play in the Hula Bowl which showcases the nation’s top senior college football players for the NFL draft. He would later sign as an undrafted free agent with the New York Giants where he would spend parts of three seasons on the roster, including the Giants Super Bowl season in 2007.
Londot's professional career came to an end in 2008 due to an injury. Since his playing days have concluded he has gone on to become President of Crispin Iron and Metal. He and his wife, Lori, live in Granville with their three children, Brooklyn (7), Bradie (5) and Bryn (3).