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Pac 12 Football: Week 11 Power Rankings

Last week Pac 12 football canibaliczed itself as the conference’s playoff hopes were dashed after no. 7 Stanford and no. 10 Utah both went down in some #Pac12AfterDark Action. The rankings are a mess after the top two teams went down last week so this week I’m pretty much throwing darts. Here are last week’s power rankings. 1. Stanford Cardinal – I know, I know, the Cardinal...
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Oregon football vs Stanford preview

The Pac 12 North will be on the line for Oregon football this week as they travel to The Farm to take on no. 7 ranked Stanford Cardinal. This will be the fourth straight season in which the winner of this game will go on to represent the Pac 12 North. But its not exactly a winner take all scenario. For Oregon football to win the division they must win out and hope Stanford loses...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford QB Kevin Hogan's career is completely underrated

Kevin Hogan's career at Stanford has been incredible Bob Stanton USA TodayWhile Stanford QB Kevin Hogan may not get the national attention he deserves, his career should speak for itself.Hogan has lead the Cardinal to two Rose Bowl appearances, a 32-9 record, a 13-6 mark against ranked teams. No active QB in the FBS has led its team to more victories. However, Hogan followed in the...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Hogan becomes Stanford's winningest QB as No. 11 Cardinal down Buffs

Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan (8) reacts after his touchdown carry in the second quarter against the Colorado Buffaloes. Ron Chenoy USA TODAY SportsBOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- Kevin Hogan threw two touchdown passes and ran for another Saturday in leading 11th-ranked Stanford past Colorado 42-10 and into the Cardinal history books.With his 32nd win, Hogan surpassed Andrew Luck as the...
Via AP on Fox
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Hogan returns to the field where his career at Stanford got launched

Kevin Hogan got his big break three years ago in Colorado. Cary Edmondson USA TodayOn Nov. 3, 2012, Kevin Hogan and former Stanford QB Josh Nunes took the field to take on Colorado in Boulder. The plan at the time was to run a two-QB system in the first half and see which player performed better. The better man would run the show in the second-half.Nunes started the game and ran...
Via Fox Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Pac-12 North Notebook: Kevin Hogan can lead Stanford to the College Football Playoff

Kevin Hogan is having the best season of his career for the Cardinal. Bob Stanton USA TodayAfter dominating every single Pac-12 foe this season, Stanford was bound to have a close call. They got it in the form of surprisingly feisty Washington State. However, the Cardinal managed to do what all great teams do: win when they’re not at their best.Stanford’s key to victory on Saturday...
Via Fox Sports
21 days ago  |  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 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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