Posted November 05, 2012 on
OREGON STATE WON’T be the only one on Saturday playing a quarterback who began the season No. 2. Stanford this past weekend looks to have solidified a move to install Kevin Hogan over Josh Nunes as their signal caller. But…
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Even though Kevin Hogan grew up the son of a lobbyist and attended high school six blocks from the Capitol building, nobody had to do any politicking for him to be Stanford's starting quarterback.
The way Hogan has played made him a nearly unanimous choice.
In one of the smoothest and least controversial changes any major program will ever have, Hogan has quietly supplanted...
After Josh Nunes struggled early, Kevin Hogan spelled relief and delivered a masterful 18-for-23, two-touchdown performance that powered Stanford to a 48-0 victory over lowly Colorado. Here's David Lombardi's and Sam Fisher's postgame Bootleg Radio take.
On Election Day, the Washington, D.C. man who went to high school six blocks from the nation's Capitol building formally took charge of the Stanford offense. Kevin Hogan is officially the Cardinal's new starting quarterback, replacing Josh Nunes at the helm entering game ten of the regular season.
No. 11 Oregon State at Stanford
Line: Stanford -5 1/2
Oregon State rebounded after their first loss of the season with a 36-26 win over Arizona State last weekend and will take on a Stanford team that is on a 3 game winning streak this Saturday in a game that is going to be very important for both of these teams to challenge the Oregon Ducks in the Pac-12 North...