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The veteran assistant coach returned to the sidelines last season after missing the entire 2017 campaign battling throat cancer, but was diagnosed as cancer-free prior to spring practice in 2018. In Alabama State's first season under the guidance of Orlando, the Hornets offense averaged 25.5 points per game, sixth in the SWAC. Orlando spent two stints as offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Southern (1993-2001, 2004-09), helping the Jaguars win four SWAC titles and four HBCU national championships. During his tenure at Tennessee State (1984-90), Orlando was running backs coach for the Tigers and was promoted to offensive coordinator in his final season.