George Percak-Dennett is in his second season as graduate assistant coach and third on the coaching staff after serving as a student assistant in 2011. He has worked with linebackers the last two seasons and will continue in that role in 2013, a position he is familiar with after spending four seasons as a linebacker (2007-10) for the Beavers.
Percak-Dennett helped coached Cory Crosby to All-NSIC First Team and all-region - Daktronics (First Team) and Don Hansen (Third Team) - honors in 2013, as Crosby piled up 108 tackles, 15.0 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks. The young coach also worked with freshman Connor Quinn, who went on to earn a spot on the All-NSIC Second Team. The Gang Green defense finished second in the NSIC and top 20 nationally in total, rushing and scoring defense.
With the linebackers in 2011, Percak-Dennett helped guide Cory Crosby - second on the team in tackles - to All-NSIC Second Team status. The BSU defense held its opponents to just 16.0 points per game to rank No. 3 in the nation.
In 2010 he started seven games at linebacker before suffering a career-ending injury. He totalled 21 tackles, 10 solo, recorded six tackles for loss, which included 2.0 sacks, knocking back the opposing offense a total of 16 yards. Percak-Dennett was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member.
Percak-Dennett found himself in the linebacker rotation early as a sophomore. He played in 10 games making two starts for the Beavers and ranked sixth on the team with 44 total tackles, which included 13 solo tackles. He added 7.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 quarterback sacks and a pass break up. He was a member of the NSIC All-Academic Team.
He made an appearance in all 11 contests and started six as a redshirt freshman. Percak-Dennett totaled 38 tackles (21 solo), 1.5 sacks and a quarterback hurry in 2008. He was seventh on the team with 21 solo tackles. and finished fifth among his peers with 4.0 tackles for loss.
A 2012 graduate of Bemidji State with a bachelors degree in education, Percak-Dennett is pursing a masters degree in education.
He earned three letters in football and two in soccer at Wasilla High School in Wasilla, Alaska.