Team's second-leading rusher with 263 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and two touchdowns . ... 54 yards on seven carries (7.7 yards per carry) and 12 of 19 passes for 123 yards against Wisconsin.
Had 155 passing yards and one touchdown with 47 rushing yards and one touchdown in Pac-12 title game. ... Tied Pac-12 title game against UCLA with third-and-15 throw for 26-yards touchdown to Drew Terrell. ... 160 passing yards and one touchdown on 15 of 22 passing at UCLA. ... 211 passing yards and one touchdown in overtime win at Oregon. ... 37 rushing yards including diving one-yard touchdown on eight carries at Oregon. ... First career start vs. Oregon State resulted in 27-23 comeback win. ... First Stanford quarterback to make starting debut against ranked opponent since 2007 (Tavita Pritchard led Stanford to 24-23 win at No. 2/1 USC in 2007). ... 22 of 29 passing for 254 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions against Oregon State. ... Rallied Stanford from 24-13 deficit vs. Oregon State with two touchdown passes (40 yards to Stepfan Taylor and 13 yards to Zach Ertz) .
Handed offensive reins beginning with third offensive series at Colorado. ... Led Stanford to six consecutive scoring drives - including five touchdowns - at Colorado. ... 184 yards on 18 of 23 passing with two touchdowns at Colorado. ... Rushed for team-high 48 yards at Colorado, including 27-yard scramble. ... First career pass attempt was nine-yard touchdown to Levine Toilolo at Cal. ... Season debut was read-option carry for five yards at Washington . ... Recipient of Stanford's Outstanding (Redshirt) Freshman Award
Two-time first team all-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference . ... 2010 D.C. Player of the Year. ... First team all-Met. ... DCsportsFan.com Offensive Player of the Year. ... Fairfax County Football Hall of Fame Outstanding Private School High School Player of the Year. ... Selected to play in Chesapeake Bowl and USA Bowl. ... Named to USA U-19 National Team. ... Lettered in basketball.
Shaw stuck to the unconventional scoring format in the spring game for the third straight year: offense (Cardinal) vs. defense (White) to give a truer indication of which side won - as if anybody needed a reminder. The defense received points depending on where it stopped the offense on the field or if it forced a turnover. And despite losing about half of its key contributors to graduation or the NFL draft, the defense carried the day again. The White piled up eight sacks, eight pass breakups and 14 tackles for loss. The defense led 30-3 at the half, and the final score would've been even more lopsided if not for Shaw pulling most of his defensive starters off the field for the final few possessions.
Neither quarterback looked sharp, but Hogan cemented his status as the starter - which Shaw reiterated is not even a question. Hogan completed 14 of 22 passes for 131 yards, two touchdowns and an interception by Flacco, the brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback and former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco. - AP Sports