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Meet The Team


Smokin Joe

Smokin Joe’s Driving Range was inspired and founded by Joe Pogge. A graduate of University of Houston in 1979, Joe immersed himself in the Houston media community by creating two successful radio stations — 93Q and Mix 96.5.  93Q.  At both stations Joe managed advertising placement, creative, special events and community outreach. He was named the 1994 Billboard Magazine Radio Marketing Director of the Year.  Joe  managed the marketing plan that launched the IHL Houston Aeros Hockey Club in 1994 and set a league record with an average home game attendance of 15,243. This groundbreaking record received him league recognition at the annual owners meetings. The Houston Aeros implemented out-of-the box advertising creative, unique game promotions and constant community outreach through Joe’s leadership and in depth knowledge of the local market. All of our clients rely on Joe’s event and promotional experience. He is often the guy people go to for a creative solution for both the traditional and non-traditional business problem.  Joe manages all of our clients PR and promotional needs, with a core focus on the Frost Bank, Omni Hotel, the launch of the Houston Texans. Currently Joe is the past  President of the University of Houston Alumni Association and member of the Houston Golf Association, golfs regularly at Quail Valley Golf Course and has a 11 handicap. 


Mulligan Matt

Mulligan Matt is a native of Frankfort, Kansas, Matt played football, baseball, basketball, and ran track in high school. Musil graduated from Kansas State University with a major in Radio-TV Journalism and a minor in coaching. Before turning his attention to the radio business, Matt played baseball up to the semi-professional level. A husband and father of three children, Musil is very active in the community. Musil appears regularly at area civic organizations, schools and churches as a guest speaker and regularly participates in a variety of charitable events in the Houston area. Matt also holds inexpensive youth basketball camps for grade school boys

and girls. He is currently a weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter for KHOU-TV, Matt has served in several different capacities since starting at Channel 11 in 1980: Executive Producer of Sports, Weekend Sports Anchor and Co-Host of 11 News This Morning.



Growing up in a family that embraced old-fashioned values, sports, and hard work helped shape Jason ‘The Poggester’ Pogge into the man he is today. After spending three years on the school’s golf team, Jason graduated from St. Thomas High School in 2010—proudly taking four years of school tradition and pride with him as he walked across the stage. After spending two years at the rowdy, yet prestigious University of Mississippi, The Poggester returned to Houston with a rejuvenated passion for all things sports. To Jason, there is nothing better than waking up every day, making a fresh bagel topped with cream cheese, and then opening the sports page, turning on one of the many sports-talk shows on the air, and adding to his knowledge.


John Master Caddy Boudreaux​

John Boudreaux is a radio producer for Sports Radio 610, where he has produced many shows including Heated Conversations with Booker T, Houston Dynamo games, The Outdoors Show and of course Smoking Joe’s Driving Range! He also hustles with other jobs as an Assistant Production Director for Car Pro Radio, Production at the House of Blues, and as a Marching Band Technician and Low Brass Lesson Teacher. 

John has performed with organizations such as the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps where he marched the 2014 season as a Contra player, finishing in the Drum Corps International World Championship Finals. John has also marched Tuba for the best University in the World, UH, as part of the Spirit of Houston Marching Band. 

John is an avid MMA and Pro Wrestling fan who enjoys watching fights and matches with his friends. A self-proclaimed music nerd, John loves concerts, teaching students, along with performing worship music on bass guitar and more classical pieces on the tuba. You can find John working on his craft as a voice actor and announcer while he drives to his many jobs throughout the city, just be sure to slow down for a copy of his reel. 

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