BOSTON (AP) -- Boston College has offered the job of head football coach to Packers offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski.
A source tells The Associated Press that Jagodzinski had been offered the job and was expected to be introduced at a news conference Wednesday as Tom O'Brien's replacement. O'Brien left to coach at North Carolina State.
Jagodzinski confirmed late last week that he had a "very, very positive interview" with B.C. officials, but refused to say more.
Jagodzinski was the offensive coordinator and coached the offensive line in 1997 and 1998 for the Eagles. His offenses at B.C. averaged more than 400 yards per game and allowed the fewest sacks in the Big East.
Jagodzinski is in his first season at the Packers' offensive coordinator.