COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Caba entering fourth season as GC offensive coordinator

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GEORGETOWN - Former Magoffin County standout Michael Caba is set to enter his fourth season as offensive coordinator for the Georgetown College football team. Caba, who graduated from Georgetown College in 2001, returned his his alma mater following a lengthy stint coaching under his father, former Magoffin County head coach Mick Caba, at Alfred State College in New York.

During his coaching stint in New York, the younger Caba helped to win Alfred’s first-ever Region 3 championship and coached eight All-Americans, 41 all-conference selections, four academic All-Americans and two players that played in the NFL. He coached a quarterback to the school’s first-ever conference player of the year award in 2002, posted the best single-season school record in 2003 and broke 29 offensive school records.

Georgetown College is preparing to host its 121st Orange & Black Scrimmage at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. Excitement is building for the Tigers' upcoming gridiron campaign.

"We've had a great spring and I think this will be a fun night for our fans to show some appreciation to our returners as well as get a look at some of the winter transfers and our incoming freshmen class," said Georgetown College Coach Bill Cronin. "We love spring game. After the grueling hours of hard work in the weight room and on the practice field, we take a moment to enjoy and compete."