|Date of birth:||April 16, 1952|
|Place of birth:||Bakersfield, California|
|NFL Draft:||1975 / Round: 16 / Pick 400|
|1975||Green Bay Packers|
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Robert Alan McCaffrey (born April 16, 1952 in Bakersfield, California) is a retired National Football League center who had a notable career while a student athlete on the University of Southern California Trojans football team.
Bob played college football at the University of Southern California where he lettered for three seasons, 1972-74. The Trojans played in three Rose Bowls and won two national championships in that period, 1972 and 1974. He was honored as USC's Lineman of the Year in 1974 and junior varsity MVP in 1971. Bob played in the 1975 College All-Star Game, where a team of star college seniors played the Super Bowl IX champion Pittsburgh Steelers, losing 21-14. He graduated from USC in 1975.
High school careerEdit
McCaffrey played high school football at Garces Memorial High School in Bakersfield, California.
McCaffrey's wife, Karen, also attended USC. His brother, Mike McCaffrey, also played football, lettering for the California Golden Bears between 1966–68 and co-captained the 1968 squad before playing a season for the Buffalo Bills in 1970. His son, Brent McCaffrey, played football for USC as a left tackle, lettering for three seasons (1998–2000).
McCaffrey joined his father-in-law, John Bonadelle, and became real estate developer in Fresno, California; he now heads The McCaffrey Group and is on the Board of Directors of the Building Industry Association of Fresno/Madera Counties, having previously served as Chairman of the Board.
- The McCaffrey Group, McCaffrey's company
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