Watch: Stanford Head Coach David Shaw On The Great Quarterback Debate

Who will replace Kevin Hogan? This question has loomed large since the fifth-year senior quarterback threw his last touchdown pass in the Cardinal’s 45-16 blowout Rose Bowl victory over Iowa. Two options have emerged since last season: redshirt sophomore Keller Chryst and senior Ryan Burns. This past Saturday, fans were treated to the first glimpse of the battle at Stanford’s...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

USC Linebacker Su’a Cravens Has To Put Up A Kevin Hogan Fathead After Losing Super Bowl Bet

Two of the top players in the Pac-12 made a bet on last night’s Super Bowl, and as was the case on the field twice last season, a Stanford Cardinal came out on top against a USC Trojan. Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan and USC linebacker Su’a Cravens are working out at the same facilities for the NFL Draft, and made a friendly wager on the Broncos-Panthers. Von Miller and Denver...
Via College Spun
February 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Stanford's Kevin Hogan fools Iowa in Rose Bowl with a fake fumble, throws 31-yard TD

Up 28-0 in the second quarter of the Rose Bowl against Iowa on Friday, Stanford decided it was time to pull something out of its bag of tricks.Stanford QB Kevin Hogan took a snap and faked a fumble, which completely fooled the Hawkeye defense. Hogan then looked up and spotted wide receiver Michael Rector wide open heading into the end zone. The senior QB fired a strike to Rector...
Via FOX Sports
January 01, 2016  |  Discuss

UCLA hasn't sacked Stanford QB Kevin Hogan in a very long time

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan has had his way with UCLA. In fact, Hogan has defeated the Bruins four times in his career, including the 2012 Pac-12 championship game. Hogan and Stanford's offensive line have found a ton of success against the Bruins over the past four games. Their success may have something to do with the fact that Hogan's jersey has finished each game in pristine shape...
Via FOX Sports
October 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan (ankle sprain) starts vs. Oregon State

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan will start against Oregon State on Friday night in Corvallis. Hogan, who suffered an ankle sprain in Stanford's 41-31 win over USC last Saturday, was questionable coming into the game. Hogan and the Cardinal are looking to win their third straight game following a season opening loss to Northwestern.(h/t Twitter)
Via FOX Sports
September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan game-time decision this weekend

The No. 21 Stanford Cardinal won’t know the status of quarterback Kevin Hogan and whether or not he can play on his injured ankle until game time, as Fox College Football recently tweeted that Hogan is truly a game-time decision for Friday’s game against Oregon State. Stanford QB Kevin Hogan (ankle) expected to be a game-time decision for No. 21 Cardinal vs Oregon State on Friday...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Stanford QB Hogan may be 'game-time decision' vs. Oregon State

STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan suffered a left ankle injury early in the second half of Saturday's 41-31 upset of Southern California and will sit out most of this week's practices, Cardinal coach David Shaw said Tuesday. Shaw said Hogan will test his ankle on Thursday. No. 21 Stanford plays at Oregon State on Friday night. "We are fortunate it was not season...
Via Associated Press
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Shaw shoulders blame for Cardinal struggles

Kevin Hogan was 19-39 in Stanford’s loss to Arizona State, but coach David Shaw says the team’s recent struggles are not Hogan’s fault. The senior quarterback is 2-0 against the Ducks as a starter (Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports photo). In a story by David Lombardi of, Stanford coach David Shaw took responsibility for his team’s recent struggles. The Cardinal fell...
Via The Duck Stops Here
October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Stanford Cardinal: Kevin Hogan is the Forgotten Quarterback in the Pac 12

The Pac-12 appears to be king of the college football landscape – when it comes to the quarterback position. The SEC proved it was a dominant conference for years, producing solid passers in a conference made up of superstars. While the conference may still be the best overall in college sports, the Pac-12 has what every major conference wants – four or five NFL-ready passers...
Via Football Nation
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Can the Stanford football team continue their success?

Can Stanford do it again? David Shaw and the Stanford football team will face a defining test in the upcoming 2014 season.  The Cardinal will have to overcome a heap of adversity to remain a football powerhouse. Stanford is losing six starters on offense, four on defense, and three other important contributors.  They lose 5 All Americans including 1st team offensive guard David...
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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