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Former Buffalo Bills draft pick Mike Jasper named head coach at his Alma-Mater

Mike Jasper is the new head coach at Bethel University where he was a player years ago!

According to Bethel university’s athletic department, Mike Jasper the former Buffalo Bills draft pick was selected to lead the Wildcats next season as head coach.

Jasper was previously the assistant head coach for the past 3 seasons.

Mike Jasper spent time playing at the University of Tennessee at Martin, Middle Tennessee State University, and then at Bethel University as an offensive and defensive lineman.

Jasper, during his college career, was extremely large even by defensive tackle standards, weighing approximately 450 pounds; he reduced his weight to 375 pounds at the behest of Bills coach Chan Gailey. As of the 2018 NFL Draft, Jasper remains the most recent NFL draft selection from the NAIA.

Mike Jasper then spent 3 years in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills, the New York Giants, and the Carolina Panthers.

He is the first player in Bethel’s history to have been drafted into the NFL.

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