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#8 Kevin Hogan
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 225
Year: Senior
Hometown: McLean, Va.
High School: Gonzaga College [D.C.]
Major: Science, Tech. and Society
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As a Senior (2014) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Team captain
• Maxwell Award watch list
• Manning Award watch list
• Davey O'Brien Award watch list
• Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watch list
• 20-6 overall as starting quarterback
    • 10-4 vs. opponents ranked in AP top 25 (2012-active)
    • Began career with 10 wins in as many starts
• 12 of 16 passing for 204 yards and three touchdowns, one rushing touchdown vs. UC Davis
• 22 of 30 passing for 285 yards, 24 yards rushing vs. USC
• 20 of 28 passing for 216 yards and four touchdowns, 11 yards rushing vs. Army
• 17 of 26 passing for 178 yards, 53 yards rushing at Washington
    • Game-winning five-yard rush in fourth quarter
    • 14 rushing attempts were most by a Stanford quarterback since 2007
• 18 of 36 passing for 158 yards at Notre Dame
    • 10-yard rushing touchdown
• 23 of 35 passing for 284 yards and three touchdowns vs. Washington State
• 19 of 39 passing for 212 yards at Arizona State
    • Career-long 31-yard rush

As a Junior (2013) • Game-by-Game Statistics

• Maxwell Award watch list
• Davey O’Brien 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
• 180 of 295 passing for 2,630 yards, 20 touchdowns and 10 interceptions
• 84 rushes for 355 yards (third most in single season by a Stanford quarterback) and two touchdowns
• 213.2 total offensive yards/game
• 17 of 27 passing for 207 yards and two touchdowns against San Jose State
    • 40-yard touchdown pass to Cajuste
• 11 of 18 passing for 188 yards and three touchdowns at Army
• 11 of 17 passing for 151 yards and two touchdowns vs. Arizona State
    • 37 rushing yards on five carries
    • Sealed win with 27-yard fourth-quarter scramble
• 16 of 25 passing for 286 yards and three touchdowns against Washington State
    • Passing yards and touchdowns were both career highs
    • Six rushes for 34 yards
• 12 of 20 passing for 105 yards, 39-yard touchdown throw vs. Washington
• 15 of 27 passing for 246 yards and one touchdown at Utah
    • 34-yard completion to Montgomery on first play from scrimmage
    • 45-yard completion to Montgomery, 39-yard completion to Rector
• 18 of 25 passing for 227 yards and one touchdown vs. UCLA
    • 33 rushing yards on five carries
    • 30-yard third-quarter touchdown pass to Whitfield
• 8 of 18 passing for 88 yards at Oregon State
    • 37-yard completion to Montgomery
• 7 of 13 passing for 103 yards vs. Oregon
    • 47-yard completion to Rector
• 14 of 25 passing for 127 yards, 18 rushing yards at USC
• 17 of 26 passing for 329 yards and five touchdowns vs. Cal
    • Second-most single-game touchdown passes in program history
    • Eighth player – and first since 1999 – with five touchdown passes
    • Eclipsed previous career high with 295 yards in first half
    • Touchdown passes of 50, 12, 72, 45 and nine yards
    • 72-yard touchdown completion to Montgomery
• 12 of 18 passing for 158 yards and one touchdown vs. Notre Dame
• 12 of 18 passing for 277 yards and one touchdown at Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
    • 24 yards rushing
    • 78-yard completion to Cajuste in fourth quarter
    • 102 passing yards during 99-yard second-half scoring drive
• 10 of 18 passing for 143 yards vs. Michigan State in Rose Bowl
    • Eight rushes for 41 yards
    • 51-yard completion to Cajuste

As a Sophomore (2012) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• 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
• 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

As a Freshman (2011)
• Did not see action

The Hogan File
• Graduated from Gonzaga (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 society (information technology, media and society)

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