Florida State head coach Willie Taggart announced on Friday that the program was parting ways with offensive line coach Greg Frey.
Frey was in Tallahassee for just one season, serving as the run game coordinator and offensive line coach. He is a Florida State alum.
“This morning I informed Greg Frey that we are moving in a different direction with our offensive line coaching position,” Taggart said in a statement. “I appreciate the hard work and expertise Greg brought to our program and understand how important it was for him that FSU be successful. I wish Greg and his family the best as he continues his coaching career. We are working to fill this position quickly.”
#FSU coaching news from Willie Taggart: "This morning I informed Greg Frey that we are moving in a different direction with our offensive line coaching position."
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 15, 2019
Before arriving at his alma mater, Frey was the run game coordinator and offensive line coach at Michigan in 2017. He left for Florida State after one season in Ann Arbor. He was also with the Wolverines from 2008-10, coaching the offensive line.
Frey spent a considerable amount of time at Indiana, where he spent six seasons and held multiple titles. In 2011, he was hired as the team’s offensive line coach. From 2012-13, he added run game coordinator duties to his position. From 2014-15 he was the co-offensive coordinator and was named assistant head coach in 2016.
Frey also spent time at West Virginia (2007) and South Florida (1996-2006).