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Kevin Hogan
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Kevin Hogan

QB

Height
6-4
Weight
225 Lbs

Bio

Stanford’s Kevin Hogan is one of the top quarterbacks in the Pac-12.

High School
Hogan was a much decorated prep player in the Washington, D.C. area, playing for Gonzaga College High School. By his senior season, he was a SuperPrep All-American who was listed as the top high school player in Washington D.C. He was the 13th-rated quarterback prospect in the nation by Scout.com and 15th best pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com in 2010. He passed for 1,820 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior, while adding another 366 yards and six touchdowns on the ground.  Hogan finished his career with 4,762 yards and 37 touchdowns and was named D.C. Player of the Year as a senior.

College
After not playing as a freshman in 2011, he finally got his chance midway through the 2012 season when ineffective quarterback play threw him into the spotlight. He responded with a solid final five games, winning all five of those starts, four against ranked opponents, and a Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin.


In 2012 he passed for 1,096 yards on 109-of-152 passing (71 percent) with nine touchdowns.
He was even better in 2013, hitting on 180-of-295 passes (61 percent) for 2,630 yards, 20 scores and 10 interceptions in the run-heavy Cardinal offense. He also rushed for 355 yards, third most ever by a Stanford quarterback.


He ended up on the Maxwell Award and Davey O’Brian Award watch lists.


Hogan is well-respected in the Pac-12 for not only his accuracy, but well-timed runs from the pocket that have kept many drives alive for the Cardinal the last year-and-a-half. A third-team All-Pac-12 selection in several publications in 2013, he’s carved out a successful niche in the league.

Statistics

Stats CMP ATT PCT YDS Y/A TD INT LONG 20+ 40+ RZ ATT SK
2013 Regular Season 180 295 61.0 2630 8.9 20 10 78 13 10 33 14

Game Log

Date Opponent Result CMP ATT PCT YDS Y/A TD INT SK RTG ATT YDS TD
12-30-2014 @ Maryland Terrapins Maryland Terrapins 45-21 14 20 70.0 189 9.5 2 0 1 182.4 7 50 0
11-28-2014 @ UCLA Bruins UCLA Bruins 10-31 16 19 84.2 234 12.3 2 0 0 222.4 7 46 0
11-22-2014 @ California Bears California Bears 17-38 15 20 75.0 214 10.7 0 1 0 154.9 7 46 1
11-15-2014 @ Utah Utes Utah Utes 17-20 OT 17 27 63.0 104 3.9 2 0 4 119.8 6 -12 0
11-1-2014 @ Oregon Ducks Oregon Ducks 45-16 21 29 72.4 237 8.2 0 1 2 134.2 11 42 0

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