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Jagodzinski hired by Tampa Bay

Former Boston College football coach Jeff Jagodzinski is the new offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jagodzinski was fired on Jan. 7 for interviewing with the New York Jets about their opening at head coach. Passed over for Rex Ryan in New York, "Jags" ended up with first-year Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris.

Jagodzinkski went 20-8 in two seasons at BC and was replaced by defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani. 

Big risk for BC

Gene DeFilippo, whose stewardship of Boston College athletics has been astute, is playing a very dangerous game with the football program.

BC fires Jags

Boston College fired football coach Jeff Jagodzinski on Wednesday and did not name a new coach.

Jagodzinski, 20-8 in two seasons, led the Eagles to the ACC's Atlantic Division title in 2007 and 2008, had a falling out with a Eagles AD Gene DeFilippo about his commitment to the program.

BC ready to fire Jags, promote Spaziani

Boston College AD Gene DeFilippo appears ready to fire football coach Jeff Jagodzinski and promote Frank Spaziani, according to the Boston Globe.

DeFilippo told the Globe on Monday afternoon that it's not that Jagodzinski wanted to talk to the New York Jets about their opening at head coach, it's that he lied to DeFilippo about the scheduled meeting between the second-year BC coach and the Jets on Monday.

Jags on Jets' radar, out at BC?

The NFL’s New York Jets have contacted Boston College coach Jeff Jagodzinski about their head coaching job, according to The Boston Globe.

Citing unidentified school sources, the Globe reports that the second-year Eagles coach is on a relatively short list of known candidates to follow Eric Mangini, who was dismissed early last week. Jagodzinski denied having had contact with the pro team.

According to ESPN, if Jagodzinski interviews with the Jets, BC will fire him and promote offensive coordinator Steve Logan. 

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