Boston College Threatens Coach Over Jets Interview

Boston College Threatens Coach for Jets Interview

Boston College coach Jeff Jagodzinski has been told he will be fired if he interviews for the head-coaching vacancy with the New York Jets, according to sources.

The interview is scheduled for Monday evening. Despite the threat from athletic director Gene DeFilippo, Jagodzinski plans to do the interview with the Jets, the sources said.

If Jagodzinski is fired, the school will consider three in-house candidates to replace him as head coach — offensive coordinator Steve Logan, defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani and offensive line/assistant head coach Jack Bicknell — a source told’s Pat Forde. [ESPN]

University of Michigan Spends $2.5 billion on New Building Projects

An army of ironworkers, masons, carpenters and laborers are swarming the campus of the University of Michigan these days, as the university undertakes a construction campaign budgeted at $2.5 billion, ranking it among the largest university building programs in the United States.

Nine major buildings for science, medicine, health, art, business, sports, food service and student housing are in various stages of construction here.

They encompass nearly three million square feet, at a cost of about $1.66 billion. Five others are in the design stage. [NYT]

University of Chicago To Allow Co-Ed Dorm Rooms
University of Chicago To Allow Co-Ed Dorm Rooms
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