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Former Boston College head football coach Jeff Jagodzinksi has made his way back to the NFL, signing with the Buccaneers Thursday to be their Offensive Coordinator.
BC fired Jagodzinski was three weeks ago because he pursued the New York Jets head coach opening while his contract with the school specifically stated otherwise. BC later hired the team’s Defensive Coordinator, Frank Spaziani, to be their head coach.
Jagodzinski originally came to BC from his post as the Offensive Coordinator with the Packers, and is now returning to the NFL via the Bucs, who started 9-3 last season but collapsed, losing their last four games when they needed to win just one to make the playoffs.
Coach Jags replaces Bill Muir, who was labeled the team’s OC. Former coach Jon Gruden did all the play-calling, but was fired too as well as a result of the collapse.