Gary Hogeboom lasted 10 years as an NFL quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts and Phoenix Cardinals.
How long do you think he’ll last under rapid-fire questions from Jon Russell, Mike Taylor and Scott DeCamp?
Hogeboom is the featured guest on the VanDyk Mortgage Power Hour tonight (Jan. 20, 2022), hosted by North Grove Brewers in Montague. Join us for the hour-long show at 6 p.m. and listen to stories, enjoy some food and drink, and have a great time.
The Hogeboom family — Gary and wife Kristi, and their son Jake and his wife, Kelsey — run the SportHouse athletic complex in Norton Shores, formerly known as Norton Pines Athletic Club.
Gary Hogeboom, who starred at Grand Rapids Northview High School and Central Michigan University, started 37 of 79 career NFL games. He amassed 9,436 passing yards with 49 touchdowns and 60 interceptions.
Hogeboom started 10 games for the Cowboys in the 1984 season and he finished with 2,366 yards with seven TDs and 14 picks. In 1989, he started 13 games for the Cardinals and totaled 2,591 passing yards with 14 TDs and 19 interceptions.
Hogeboom has been much more than a football player, however. You can learn more by joining us in person at the show or watching the show live in the video embed at the top of this story.
You can also catch it live and on replay at the CatchMark SportsNet YouTube channel.
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