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Report: Michigan assistant Greg Frey leaving for job with Florida State

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What has been rumored is now set to become official.

NCAA Football: Florida at Michigan Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan fans wanted changes on offense, but now the program is being forced to make one that could be the first of many.

According to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, offensive tackles/tight ends coach and run game coordinator Greg Frey is leaving to take a job at Florida State under Willie Taggart’s new staff.

Frey joined the Wolverines’ staff prior to the 2017 season in his second stint with the program, as he previously was on Rich Rodriguez’s staff in Ann Arbor. He is an alum of Florida State that graduated in 1996 and won a national title with the program as a player in 1992.

It seems as if changes are heading to the Wolverines’ staff this offseason and the next round of hires could determine of the trajectory of this program moving forward. With more news set to drop in the wake of the 2017 season, keep your eyes peeled here for the latest moving forward.