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Hogan has turned Stanford offense around

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Sharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Info

    [​IMG]Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesKevin Hogan has made a huge impact for Stanford.Kevin Hogan took over for a struggling Josh Nunes early in Stanford’s Week 10 game against Colorado.From that point forward, Stanford’s offense was transformed. The Cardinal won their final five games, including four against ranked opponents, by an average margin of more than 15 points per game. Hogan was at the center of their turnaround, outperforming former starter Nunes in the red zone, on third down and against the blitz.

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  2. Uncle Ken

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    You'd think Embree would get more credit for this.
     

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