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After Boston College fired Jeff Jagodzinski for interviewing with the Jets, Mark Blaudschun of the Boston Globe wrote: “Initially, [BC athletic director Gene DeFilippo] felt like Michael Corleone in ‘The Godfather’ when he learned his brother Fredo had betrayed him… Remember that scene when Michael told Fredo: ‘You’re nothing to me now … not a brother, not a friend.’”

Let’s hope DeFilippo didn’t kiss Jagodzinski on the lips - the way Michael did to Fredo - when he found out about his coach’s deception.

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Turning to hoops, Dikembe Mutombo has come out of retirement at the age of 42 and rejoined the Rockets. I’m beginning to think Dikembe wants to be the first NBA player to play in three millennia.

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And finally …

The 2009 PGA Tour got under way in Hawaii this week with the Mercedes-Benz Championship - or as I like to call it, the Global Warming Invitational.