Report: Greg Frey leaving Michigan for FSU job
Written by Matt Pargoff   

Greg Frey’s return to Michigan already appears to be over. The former Rich Rodriguez offensive line coach at U-M from 2008-10 came back to Ann Arbor a year ago to work with the Wolverines’ tackles and tight ends, but will now head to Florida State to work under new Seminole head coach Willie Taggart according to a report from Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman.

A three-year letter winner at Florida State in the early 1990s, Frey has had a respectable coaching career, helping to develop players such as Stephen Schilling and David Molk at Michigan, as well as Jason Spriggs and Dan Freeney at Indiana.

It is unclear how his position will be filled at Michigan, as Jim Harbaugh has throughout his head coaching career experimented with different assistant coaching alignments. Frey worked closely with Tim Drevno in coaching the offensive line last fall, but Drevno had worked with the entire group in previous years, along with a separate tight ends coach.


 

 
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