Found November 18, 2012 on Football Nation:
Five times the Stanford Cardinal's went into Eugene Oregon.  Five times they came away defeated. This year the Oregon Ducks and their hopes for a BCS Championship game looked good.  The Ducks entered the Saturday night prime time game rated number two in the BCS standings.  They held the designation as the nations' highest scoring team averaging 54.8 points per game.  And they were riding a 13-game winning streak. Enter the Stanford Cardinal's and their red-shirted freshman quarterback.  All predictions were that he would be bad.  The ending was going to be ugly. That's why they play the game. The GoodRed-shirted freshman Kevin Hogan was good.  Starting in his first away game, he didn't need luck.  He was poised. Hogan completed his first nine passes.  He ran for the games first score.  Hogan finished the game with 211 yards and one interception. With 1:35 remaining in regulation, Hogan threw a touchdown pass to tight end Zach Ertz.  The pass like Hogan's pla...
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