Greg Frey is in his third season as the offensive line coach for the Michigan football program. Frey joined the staff after spending the 2007 season mentoring the offensive line at West Virginia.
Frey has coached eight all-conference performers across the offensive line, including five All-Big East players, led by first-teamer Greg Isdaner in 2007. He has coached four offensive linemen that moved onto the professional ranks through the NFL Draft or free agency.
Frey helped launch South Florida's football program, serving as a graduate assistant in the team's first years of existence (1996-98). He received a full-time position leading the Bulls' defensive line during the 1999 season and then moved to the opposite side of the ball, working with the offensive linemen for seven seasons (2000-06).
A native of Clearwater, Fla., Frey is a 1996 graduate of Florida State University (1996). He was a three-year letterman for the Seminoles and was a member of Bobby Bowden's national championship team in 1992, defeating Nebraska in the 1993 Orange Bowl. He gained bowl victories in the 1992 Cotton Bowl, the 1995 Sugar Bowl and three Orange Bowls (1993, 1994 and 1996).
Frey was part of four straight Atlantic Coast Conference championship teams (1992-95) and the team compiled a 31-1 league mark during his playing career. He posted a four-year record of 43-5-1, with four consecutive top four finishes in the national polls.
Frey is single and resides in Ann Arbor.
Frey's All-Conference Performers
2003: Derrick Sarosi (3rd)
2004: Alex Herron (3rd); Derrick Sarosi (3rd)
2005: Frank Davis (2nd); John Miller (2nd); Theodoric Watson (2nd)
2007: Greg Isdaner (1st); Mike Dent (2nd)
2007: Ryan Stanchek (1st) T
he Frey File
Date of Birth: December 4, 1972
Birthplace: Clearwater, Fla.
High School: Clearwater High School
College: Florida State (1996)
College Bowl Experience (8)
Florida State*: Cotton (1992), Orange (1993, 1994 and 1996), Sugar (1995)
South Florida: Meineke Car Care (2005), Papajohns.com (2006)
West Virginia: Fiesta (2007)
* participated in as a player
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