Posted November 07, 2012 on stanford.scout.com
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.
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