15 Facts About Rickey Foggie


Rickey Foggie was born on July 15,1966 and is a former gridiron football quarterback.


Rickey Foggie is currently a head football coach in high school football in Red Wing, Minnesota.


Rickey Foggie became a successful option quarterback in the South Carolina high school ranks and was recruited by Lou Holtz to play collegiately at the University of Minnesota, where Holtz was coming in to take over the program, after surprisingly leaving powerhouse Arkansas.


Rickey Foggie continued to develop into a better and more mature quarterback and was helped along by the addition of talented freshman running back, Darrell Thompson, who emerged as a star in the making, that season.


Rickey Foggie started out in the CFL with the BC Lions backing up Matt Dunigan, whom he followed to the Toronto Argonauts in 1990, in which he won the Grey Cup in 1991.


Rickey Foggie later played for the Edmonton Eskimos and the Memphis Mad Dogs in the CFL.


Rickey Foggie started off his AFL career back in Minnesota, where he had starred collegiately, as the starting quarterback of the expansion Minnesota Fighting Pike, who only played one season at the Target Center in 1996.


Rickey Foggie finished his AFL career with 17,921 yards passing, 325 touchdowns and a 96.38 quarterback rating.


At 38, Rickey Foggie retired on the playing field, but continued on in arena football as a coach.


In 2007, Rickey Foggie followed Stingley to Albany, Georgia to be the offensive coordinator for the South Georgia Wildcats.


Rickey Foggie agreed to be the offensive coordinator of Burnsville High School, a suburb of Minneapolis, after the af2 season ends.


In 2014, Rickey Foggie accepted the position of head coach for the Red Wing High School football team.


Rickey Foggie was named head coach of the Eagan High School Wildcats, a metropolitan school in the Minnesota 6A South Suburban Conference, "accepting" the job May 13,2016, after two seasons at Red Wing.


Rickey Foggie asserted that he was forced to resign due to an accidental Twitter follow of a pornographic website.


Coach Rickey Foggie was cited Coolest Coach by his players at Red Wing High School.