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Stanford football need Kevin Hogan to become elite quarterback to win Pac-12

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Kevin Hogan hoping to finish strong as Stanford's QB [Tom Fitzgerald, San Francisco Chronicle]: ""It’s definitely a little weird being the old guy around here now," Hogan said. "It feels like just yesterday I was in my first camp.""

'A two-way street:' Kevin Hogan touts better communication with Stanford coaches [David Lombardi, ESPN]: "Stanford went undefeated while averaging 38 points in its final three games, when Hogan's completion percentage jumped from 64 to 76 percent and the offense scored on every one of its 27 trips to the red zone."

Stanford's Hogan talks about future, past [Jon Wilner, Bay Area News Group]: "The fifth-year senior touched on Stanford's down-and-up 2014 season, his flirtation with the NFL draft, the death of his father and more during a session with reporters following Stanford's second workout of training camp."

Stanford football: Shaw says Hogan gets no respect [John Reid, San Jose Mercury News]: ""Kevin is the Rodney Dangerfield of college football," said Shaw, referring to the comic who died in 2004. "Hogan is the winningest quarterback in college football playing right now.""

2015 Stanford Football: Sleep on Stanford and you will have nightmares [Rule of Tree]: "When Stanford was picked to play a bowl game within shouting distance, it was viewed as a cute little bowl game for a cute little team that can get back in reality. Reality says this is what made Stanford not just good, but great in the first place. The doubters make Stanford tick."