Justin Frye joined the UCLA football staff in February of 2018 as offensive line coach. He arrived in Westwood after serving as the run game coordinator/offensive line coach at Boston College the previous five seasons. In December of 2018, he was promoted to UCLA's offensive coordinator / offensive line coach. In 2021, UCLA rushed for at least 200 yards in all eight wins and its average of 215.1 yards per game ranked 17th nationally. Zach Charbonnet led all Pac-12 running backs with seven 100-yard games during the season. Brittain Brown topped the conference rushers with a 6.03 yards per carry mark. UCLA led the Pac-12 in scoring (36.5 ppg) and was second in total offense (441.2). Charbonnet rated second in the league in rushing yards (1,137) and rushing yards per game (94.8). He became Coach Frye's seventh Top-30 NCAA rusher. Dorian Thompson-Robinson ranked No. 1 in the league in passing efficiency (153.9). Kyle Philips led all Pac-12 receivers with 10 scoring receptions. Tight end Greg Dulcich was a semifinalist for the John Mackey Award as the nation's top performer at his position. Frye embarked on his coaching career at his alma mater, Indiana University, as an offensive graduate assistant in 2007-08 where he worked with the offensive line and the tight ends. Indiana played in the 2007 Insight Bowl against Oklahoma State. As a player, he lined up along the offensive line for Indiana in the 2002-06 seasons. Frye is a native of Elwood, Ind. and graduated from IU in 2006 with a degree in Sports Communications. He and his wife, Lauren, have four children - Kevin, Zoe, Max, Welles.