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|Date of birth:January 29, 1968|
|Place of birth: Cincinnati, Ohio|
|Undrafted in 1991|
|No regular season or postseason appearances|
| As player:|
* Ohio Glory (1992)
| As coach:|
* Bexley (OH) H.S. (2004–2006)
|Career highlights and awards|
|Stats at ArenaFan.com|
Greg Frey (born January 29, 1968) is a 1986 graduate of St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, where he played quarterback. As a three-year starting quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes, he led the team to two notable come-from-behind wins. On September 24, 1988, he rallied Ohio State from a 33–20 deficit in the final four minutes to a 36–33 victory over the ninth-ranked LSU Tigers. On October 28, 1989, the Buckeyes were losing 31–0 to the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Frey brought the team back for a 41–37 win, throwing a total of 362 yards.
Frey later spent three years as the offensive coordinator for Pickerington High School North, engineering an offense that pushed the team closer to the postseason than any other team in Pickerington history. He currently offers private coaching services for high school quarterbacks. His best known client was Denver Broncos quarterback Brady Quinn.
- ↑ "Welcome to the St. Xavier Athletic Hall of Fame". St. Xavier High School. Archived from the original on October 28, 2007. https://web.archive.org/web/20071028154245/http://www.stxavier.org/s/106/stxavier.aspx?pgid=764. Retrieved February 8, 2007.
- ↑ "Cleveland's ties to Arena Football include former Ohio State stars, others". Cleveland.com. August 20, 2014. http://www.cleveland.com/gladiators/index.ssf/2014/08/clevelands_ties_to_arena_footb.html.
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