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  Kevin Hogan
Kevin Hogan

Player Profile

McLean, VA

High School:
Gonzaga College

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 220



Cardinal Tangles With White in Spring Game

Stanford wraps up spring season with intrasquad scrimmage.


Mark Soltau: Ideal Settings, Results for Spring Game

Defense emerges with 40-34 win at Stanford Stadium


Hogan Continues to Learn on the Job

Quarterback has better grasp of the offense


Open Practice Report: Big Plays, Big Defense on Display for Cardinal

Hogan, Crower Impress; Gardner Leads Defense


Open Practice Report: Lueders Leads Defense; Hogan Efficient on Offense

Crowd-Pleasing Scrimmage Nets 77 Live Plays


2012 Season in Photos

2012 Season in Photos


No. 6 Stanford vs. Wisconsin (AP)

99th Annual Rose Bowl


No. 6 Stanford vs. Wisconsin (Rose Bowl)

Stanford football


Pac-12 Championship: Stanford vs. UCLA

Pac-12 Championship: Stanford vs. UCLA


Pac-12 Title: Stanford vs. UCLA (AP)

Pac-12 Title: Stanford vs. UCLA (AP)

4.10.13 -
Q&A with Stanford QB Kevin Hogan

2012 (SOPHOMORE):First-year starting quarterback was the emerging offensive story for Stanford the second half of the season...started and won five games - against four ranked opponents in the regular season and against Wisconsin in a 20-14 Rose Bowl Game victory...passed for 1,096 yards on 71.7 percent completions (109 of 152) with nine touchdowns against three interceptions...was team's second-leading rusher with 263 yards and two scores at 4.8 yards per carry...ran for 54 yards on just seven carries (7.7 ypc) while completing 12 of 19 passes for 123 yards in the Rose Bowl Game victory over Wisconsin...earned Pac-12 Football Championship Game MVP honors throwing for 155 yards (1 TD) and rushing for 47 more (1 TD) against UCLA...tied the game vs. the Bruins with a third-and-15 toss for a 26-yard touchdown to Drew Terrell...with wins vs. No. 13 Oregon State, at No. 1 Oregon and at No. 15 UCLA, joined Josh Nunes as 2012 Stanford quarterbacks to begin their careers 3-0 in starts under center...threw for 160 yards and one touchdown on 15 of 22 passing at UCLA...led Stanford to a 17-14 overtime win at No. 1 Oregon, throwing for 211 yards and one score...rushed for 37 yards and a diving one-yard touchdown on eight carries against the Ducks...made first career start vs. Oregon State, leading the Cardinal to a 27-23 comeback win...was the first Stanford quarterback to make his starting debut against a ranked opponent since Tavita Pritchard's 24-23 win at No. 2/1 USC in 2007...finished 22 of 29 passing for 254 yards, three touchdowns and a pair of interceptions against the Beavers...rallied from 24-13 deficit vs. Oregon State with touchdown connections of 40 yards with Stepfan Taylor and 13 yards with Zach Ertz...took the Cardinal's offensive reins beginning the third offensive series at Colorado, leading Stanford to six consecutive scoring drives including five touchdowns...threw for 184 yards on 18 of 23 passing with two touchdowns at Colorado...rushed for a team-high 48 yards in Boulder including a career-long 27-yard scramble...first career pass attempt was a nine-yard touchdown strike to Levine Toilolo in the Big Game at Cal...season debut was a single play at Washington, a read-option carry for five yards...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention...recipient of the team's Outstanding (Redshirt) Freshman Award.

2011 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:Graduated from Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C....played for head coach Aaron Brady...earned three varsity letters...SuperPrep All-American who was listed as the top high school player in Washington D.C....rated as the 13th-best overall quarterback prospect in the nation by and 15th best pro-style by for 1,820 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior...also rushed for 366 yards and six touchdowns...finished his career with 4,762 passing yards and 37 touchdowns...two-time first team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference selection...earned D.C. Player of the Year honors as a senior...first team All-Met selection as a Offensive Player of the Year in 2010...named the outstanding high school player of the year for private schools as a senior by the Fairfax County Football Hall of Fame...selected to play in Chesapeake and USA Bowls...also named to the USA U-19 National Team...also lettered in basketball...enjoys reading and traveling...parents are Jerry and Donna Hogan...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...has an older brother, Brian and older sister, Kelly...born in McLean, Virginia...full name is Kevin Michael Hogan.