school, as an assistant.
Jagodzinski took Boston College to two Atlantic Coast Conference title games, and his first season the Eagles climbed as high as No. 2 in the national polls and finished 11-3. They were 9-5 in his second season, but he subsequently was dismissed after he interviewed for the head coach's job with the New York Jets.
His pro stops include Green Bay (tight ends coach 1999-2003 and offensive coordinator 2006) and Atlanta (tight ends coach 2004, O-line coach 2005).
The 52-year-old has reached pinnacles in his chosen profession but had no second thoughts about coaching at the high school level, even as an assistant.
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