Jeff Jagodzinski, who won 20 games in two years as the head coach at Boston College, will "likely" be the next offensive coordinator at Georgia State, SB Nation has been told.
He's expected to join the staff of new Panthers coach Trent Miles, formerly of the resurgent Indiana State, with whom he worked on the 2000 Green Bay Packers offensive staff and with whom he's been in contact since the weekend.
Miles is also expected to add former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Terance Mathis as his wide receivers coach.
Jagodzinski was fired by BC athletic director Gene DeFilippo in 2008 after interviewing for the New York Jets head coaching job. It's not exactly a common thing to fire highly successful coaches for interviewing elsewhere, and the Eagles have struggled mightily ever since. Since leaving college football, he spent 2009 the Tampa Bay Buccaneers OC, then over the UFL's Omaha Nighthawks for a year and eventually became the 2011 wide receivers coach at NAIA Ave Maria University.
Georgia State went 1-10 in the FCS Colonial Athletic Association in 2012, only the program's second year of football. In 2013, they'll move up to the Sun Belt.
Jagz and Matt Ryan, together in the same city once again!
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