FSU Football: 3 thoughts on Greg Frey being let go

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FSU football continues to search for the winning formula on the roster and among its coaches. I give my thoughts on Greg Frey not being retained.

FSU football head coach announced he had let go offensive line coach Greg Frey Friday. It was a move that did not come by total surprise with the rumors swirling around offensive line coach Randy Clements possibly coming to Tallahassee for months.

FSU’s new offensive coordinator Kendal Briles has worked with Clements at both Baylor and Houston.

It was reported he would like to bring Clements to FSU to be his offensive line coach once his move to Tallahassee became official in December.

Greg Frey came to FSU after stints at Michigan and Indiana. He inherited one of the worst offensive lines in the nation that was injury riddled throughout the season.

A combination of bad luck and negligence in offensive line recruiting by the former staff put Frey in a no-win situation.

College football coaching is a what have you done for me lately gig. Willie Taggart is a prime example of that. The man could do no wrong this time last season, and now a section of FSU fans constantly blast every move he makes after the team had its worse year in decades.

At the end of the day, it’s all about winning and that’s what this move was about. Here are my three thoughts on the move.

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