Maxwell Award watch list. ... Phil Steele preseason All-Pac-12 third team. ... Lindy's preseason All-Pac-12 third team. ... ESPN.com's preseason 17th-best Pac-12 player. ... Maxwell Award watch list. ... Davey O'Brien Award watch list. ... Only active FBS quarterback with seven wins in as many starts. ... 17 of 27 passing for 207 yards and two touchdowns against San Jose State. ... 40-yard touchdown pass to Devon Cajuste against San Jose State. ... 11 of 18 passing for 188 yards at Army. ... Matched career-high with three touchdown passes against Black Knights
Pac-12 Football Championship Game MVP. ... All-Pac-12 honorable mention. ... First-year starting quarterback was emerging offensive story for second half of season. ... Started and won five games. ... Led Stanford to 20-14 Rose Bowl victory . ... Won four straight games against as many ranked opponents to end regular season. ... Joined Josh Nunes as 2012 Stanford quarterbacks to begin career 3-0. ... 1,096 passing yards, 109 of 152 passing (71.7 pct.), nine touchdowns and three interceptions. 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
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Graduated from Gonzaga College (D.C.) and played for head coach Aaron Brady. ... Earned three varsity football letters. ... SuperPrep All-America and top high school player in Washington, D.C.. ... Nation's 13th-best overall quarterback prospect by Scout, 15th best pro-style QB by Rivals. ... 1,820 passing yards for 14 touchdowns, 366 rushing yards and six touchdowns as a senior. ... 4,762 passing yards and 37 touchdowns during prep career. 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.
Born in McLean, Va.. ... Full name is Kevin Michael Hogan. ... Son of Jerry and Donna Hogan. ... Older brother, Brian, and older sister, Kelly. ... Grandfather, James M. O'Brien, played football at Navy. ... Uncles, Coley O'Brien and Ivan Brown, played football at Notre Dame. ... Cousin, Sean O'Brien, played football at Arizona. ... Enjoys reading and traveling. ... Majoring in science, technology and science (information technology, media and society)
- The unconventional scoring system Stanford uses for its spring game might have been the only drama this year. The defense dominated again Saturday, winning 23-7 by the school's official count. Of course, the unit had been ahead 27-7 on the scoreboard and didn't receive points for another turnover, which even had coach David Shaw questioning the final tally. "I would like to have control of the scoreboard on the sidelines every game that we play," Shaw quipped. Regardless of what the scoreboard showed, the game summed up exactly what Stanford is right now: a work in progress.
Perhaps the most encouraging part of the spring for Stanford is fifth-year senior Kevin Hogan looks more like the quarterback who carried the Cardinal to three straight wins at the end of last season than the inconsistent player during their 5-5 start. He completed 13 of 18 passes for 187 yards and said he feels as good as ever. "I thought it was a great spring all together," Hogan said. "We moved the ball efficiently down the field. We were efficient in the red zone. Defense is going to make plays. But I thought overall offensively, we had a great spring." - AP Sports
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