|Title||Associate head coach, offensive line coach|
|Born||September 27, 1960|
|?||Grand Valley State|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1988||Southeast Missouri State (WR)|
|1989–1991||Michigan Tech (QB/RB/WR)|
|2013||Valparaiso (interim HC)|
|2014||Eastern Michigan (assistant)|
|2017–present||North Park (associate HC / OL)|
|Head coaching record|
|Tournaments||1–1 (NAIA D-II playoffs)
0–1 (NAIA playoffs)
|Accomplishments and honors|
|3 MSFA Mideast League (1995–1996, 1998)|
Mike Gravier (born September 27, 1960) is an American football coach and former player. He played college football at Grand Valley State University and is currently an associate coach at North Park University. Gravier is known for significant success as a coach with upstart Malone, having successfully led the team to significant victories early in the history of the program at a time when other peer programs were well-established, including a NAIA playoff appearance in the program's third year.
Gravier was the second head football coach for the Malone College Pioneers located in Canton, Ohio and he held that position for four seasons, from 1995 until 1998. His career coaching record at Malone was 30 wins, 12 losses, and 1 ties. This ranks him first at Malone in total wins and first at Malone in winning percentage.
Gravier's success at Malone is supported by his first-year record of 10 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie and included a victory over rival Geneva College. The sole loss came in the quarterfinal playoffs for the NAIA national championships. His team also reached the national championship hunt during his last season at Malone, losing to Georgetown College. Three of the four years he coached at Malone, his team was either league champion or co-champion. In spite of his success on the field, he was asked to resign by the administration a week before the season opening game of 1999 after allegations surfaced that he struck a student athlete during a practice session.
Prior to coaching at Malone, he was an assistant coach for the Michigan Tech Huskies and at Southeast Missouri State He also was an assistant at Malone under head coach Joe Palmisano, whom he replaced to be the head coach. He also worked as the tight ends coach at Concord University in Athens, West Virginia.
Gravier was the head coach for the Bluefield College Rams in Bluefield, Virginia. The program participated in non-sanctioned "club play" for the 2011 season and joined the NAIA's Mid-South Conference beginning in the 2012 football season.
In their first season since 1941, the Bluefield Rams finished without a single win. Their record was 0–11 overall, recording 0–6 in conference play. In April 2013 during spring drills, he was fired by the school.
Gravier became an assistant coach of the Valparaiso Crusaders for the 2013 season. When the head coach was fired with one game to go in the season, he was promoted to interim head coach for the final game. Valparaiso lost their final game that season.
Subsequent coaching jobs
During the 2014 season, Gravier served as an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan. After leaving the Eagles, he was out of college football. In 2017, he became the offensive line coach and associate coach at North Park 
Head coaching record
|Year||Team||Overall||Conference||Standing||Bowl/playoffs||NAIA Coaches' Poll#|
|Malone Pioneers (Mid-States Football Association) (1995–1998)|
|1995||Malone||10–1–1||3–0–1||1st (MEL)||L NAIA Division II Quarterfinal|
|1998||Malone||7–4||5–1||1st (MEL)||L NAIA First Round|
|Bluefield Rams (Mid-South Conference) (2012)|
|Valparaiso Crusaders (Pioneer Football League) (2013)|
|National championship Conference title Conference division title or championship game berth|
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- "2009 Football Coaching Staff". Concord University.
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- Redd, Bob (April 27, 2013). "Gravier out at Bluefield College". Bluefield Daily Telegraph. Retrieved January 4, 2014.
- Barker, Dan (November 10, 2013). "Valparaiso fires football coach after 3-40 record". The Sporting News. Retrieved January 4, 2014.
- "2013-14 Football schedule/results". Valparaiso Crusaders. Retrieved January 4, 2014.
- Oren, Paul (December 11, 2013). "New coach Dave Cecchini eager to help Crusaders turn the corner". Northwest Indiana Times. Retrieved January 5, 2014.
- "Conway Solidifes Staff for 2017 Campaign". North Park University. Retrieved 17 September 2017.