Posted November 06, 2012 on stanford.scout.com
Kevin Hogan is Stanford's starting quarterback entering its showdown with no. 11 Oregon State. David Shaw shed some more light on the Cardinal's quarterback selection rationale Tuesday. The Bootleg Radio breaks down the situation and the Cardinal's game against the Beavers.
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