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Jackson tabbed as defensive line coach

January 17, 2006

The MSU football team added Derrick Jackson to its coaching staff as the defensive line coach.

Jackson, known for his recruiting efforts, joins MSU from Northern Illinois, where he served as the defensive interior line coach, helping the Huskies rank second in the MAC in scoring defense in 2005.

Prior to Northern Illinois, he spent two years as defensive line coach at Eastern Illinois and two years coaching defensive ends at the U.S. Military Academy. Jackson also played college football at Duke as a four-year starter.

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