The Kentucky football program has added a member to its coaching staff for the remainder of the season.
Sources tell KSR’s Matt Jones that veteran coach Jeff Jadozinski will join the staff to help coach the offensive line.
Source tells KSR that former Boston College head coach Jeff Jagodzinski will be joining the team for the rest of the year to help coach the Offensive Line
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) November 15, 2020
Jagodzinksi, a 35-year veteran coach, was the head coach at Boston College from 2007-2008, among other notable coaching stints such as:
- 1987–1988 LSU (GA)
- 1992–1996 East Carolina (OL)
- 1997–1998 Boston College (OC/OL)
- 1999–2003 Green Bay Packers (TE)
- 2004 Atlanta Falcons (TE)
- 2005 Atlanta Falcons (OL)
- 2006 Green Bay Packers (OC)
- 2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OC)
- 2013–2015 Georgia State (OC)
- 2016 Georgia State (associate HC)
- 2020 Dallas Renegades (OC/OL)
The move comes after the tragic passing of Kentucky offensive line coach John Schlarman, who lost his two-year battle with cancer this past week.