Sam Gregg, a veteran offensive coach for the last two decades, rounds out Liberty's offensive staff as the Flames' new offensive line coach.
Gregg comes to Liberty after having spent the previous five seasons (2014-18) as the offensive coordinator at West Georgia. Working alongside fellow coaching staff newcomers Josh Aldridge, Rickey Hunley and Scott Symons, Gregg helped West Georgia to back-to-back 12-win seasons, two NCAA Division II Super Region 2 titles and a Gulf South Conference crown.
Prior to his time in Carrollton, Ga., Gregg spent six seasons at West Alabama (2008-13), starting as an offensive line coach before he was promoted to offensive coordinator.
Gregg, who is a 2002 graduate of Murray State, started his coaching career as an defensive line coach at Itawamba Community College (2003), Southwest Baptist (2005-06) and Arkansas – Monticello (2007) and as a graduate assistant at Memphis (2004).
Gregg at a Glance Coaching Experience: 2019-present – Liberty (OL) 2014-18 – West Georgia (OC) 2008-13 – West Alabama (OL/OC) 2007 – Arkansas – Monticello (OL) 2005-06 – Southwest Baptist (OL) 2004 – Memphis (GA) 2003 – Itawamba Community College (OL) Education: Bachelor's degree in physical education (Murray State, '02) Wife: Mandy Children: Britt Hometown: Amory, Miss.