Rusty Hilger Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Death Cause, Net Worth
Rusty Hilger Bio – Wiki
Rusty Hilger was born on 9 May 1962 and died on 24 December 2019. He was a professional National Football League American football player. He played eight season quarterbacks for the Los Angeles Raiders, Detroit Lines, Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Sea Hawks. Hilger became the starting quarterback at Oklahoma State in 1981 and led the Cowboys to some of their most successful seasons in school history.
|Birth Date||May 9, 1962|
|Birth Place||Oklahoma City, OK|
|Death Date||24 December 2019|
|Net Worth||Update Soon|
Rusty Hilger Age
He has died at the age of 57
Education and Career
Hilger studied at Southeast High School and graduated from Oklahoma State University. He played college football and is considered to be the most successful quarterback in Oklahoma State history.
He was selected to play in the 60th Annual East-West Shrine Game at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California. He was a three-year letterman for Oklahoma State in 1981, 1983 and 1984 and went on to a seven-year career in the NFL.
He also led the Cowboys to two bowl wins in the 1983 Blue Bonnet Bowl, in which he took home MVP honours. As well as the No. 7 South Carolina victory in the 1984 Gator Bowl.
No. 7 South Carolina’s trouble was the perfect cap for Oklahoma State’s first-ever 10-win season.
After a victory over South Carolina, Hilger was scheduled to catch an early flight to San Francisco the next day where he was to play for the Western team in the East-West Shrine Game.
Rusty Hilger Death and Cause
Rusty Hilger has died on 24 December 2019 in the Los Angeles area. He was 57 years old