Florida State announced this afternoon that they have officially parted ways with offensive line coach and run game coordinator Greg Frey. Frey was a former FSU offensive lineman and a member of FSU’s first national championship team in 1993. He returned to Florida State after the hiring of Willie Taggart coaching a unit that battled injuries the entire 2018 season.
See the full statement below from FSU head coach Willie Taggart:
This morning I informed Greg Frey that we are moving in a different direction with our offensive line coaching position. 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.
The primary candidate for Frey’s replacement is Houston offensive line coach/ run game coordinator Randy Clements. Clements previously worked closely with the Seminoles’ newly hired offensive coordinator Kendal Briles at both Baylor and Houston. Read our full article on Clements here.