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KEVIN HOGAN - STANFORD QB

Jul 25, 2014|

The Stanford quarterback joins Isaac and Suke to preview the 2014 season from Pac-12 Media Day.

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I don't next -- here pac twelve media day enters his -- senior season with a sixteen and three record in nineteen career starts were talking about back to back. Pat told -- -- and back to back a Rose Bowl berths. Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan did see Manny get tired all these interviews yet -- yeah I think a few more in the how many how many interviews will you do over the course two days who that's a tough question. 025 to thirty maybe nonsense on Cuba. You stood at this point -- wily veteran now yeah I didn't use dude it's it's all fun. You look at it it's Stanford which has been one of the the veteran teams in the country it's what gets built your reputation on that you used for offensive -- You lose Gaffney have a bunch of receivers coming back. You know author of three years starting quarterback is this -- year's Stanford goes to the year we are we gonna air it out a little bit. Maybe I'm not sure that you left us they -- that question. Let no I mean like you said. -- a lot of good receivers coming back and we wanna get the ball or play makers. And something that the coach I was emphasizing during spring ball is is -- working on on our passing game and I think it paid off and you know we did lose a lot of talent and their running game and and -- -- up front on the O line but. You know some people forget that we might. We might 39 linemen in this information so to some of these guys that you'll see starting this year I have had that experience and have been in the games before and I think they're -- DL. -- -- become like an -- -- factors like back and they like Nebraska -- that where the backup tackle was an all American before we ever played a game it's like Stanford kinda has little bit of that going on now. Yeah I mean they take pride they call themselves the the tunnel workers union. Just the opening holes for that for the running backs and they they push each other every day. They have no -- senate. You know being a starter. It is the -- might might come in and push them even harder so it's good competition it's a good thing that you know you keep you always want. Definitely position in case someone goes down so in that sense it's been good. What you've been focusing on -- may be the next steps in your development. Just a complete mastery of the offense. Trying to get hit in the head of a defensive coordinators -- with their thinking scheme lies. And then on just just into -- aggressions we're progression this offense. Let's go to system so wanna get to my to my third -- three it's on the check down. Make quick decisions decisions. And you know it is if the play breaks down I trust myself to fifty yards and collects the -- of the fires in the young guy and you came in as a freshman and insert you what. Three quarters of the way through the season I think what when you came in. You even recognize that player now when you look back a couple of years and just how. I don't know brought the difference now vs that guy could you were -- the back that was kite he just ran around made plays with your legs. As little fun. It is it is a little bit different -- you know look back and and seeing and seeing that I have learned a lot -- have done better. And I feel much more comfortable in the system. But you know you you -- -- when he usually if you have them and I feel comfortable in -- scrambling still. They're gonna keep it up -- the F more freedom in this offense this coach kind of take -- in the -- god forgive you the ability to get the line and make your decisions so absolutely. I think coach trust me much more and and I told him that I that I want that. You know I want to put this plays on -- -- I'll go to the line with three or four players -- and -- side with a -- with the defense is doing. And it's been working out very well so far it's something that Andrew is doing when he is here and Allen conceded the season. This is Kevin Hogan has Stanford thank you with a high school Washington DCs aren't sick -- it I mean obviously when Stanford comes on that's pretty special but where else could you have gone and why yeah. Palo Alto. I was looking mostly East -- schools. You -- Vanderbilt. Boston College play. I took a trip out here and I wanted to try something new obviously can't beat the weather but the more important things the academics the athletics. Just the perfect combination romantic relationship with the coaches and the professors -- -- my business -- Just decided to come out. Interesting makes it guys to remember last year -- who was here he is talking about the locker room dynamic at Stanford it's probably not your average. He averaged locker room what is alike he is like talking politics in there what's going on in the Stanford locker. And I it's I'm sure it's very different from the other locker rooms for the you you might find guys in there. You know talking about. Math problems there are certain classes before on -- again out there you're stretching and you're talking about. What's so he's doing this plus what come on it's it's a cool dynamic because. You know the Smart guys but they're also tough football players than. It's just the perfect combination with is there is they're like one guy that stands out like smartest guy on the team it's just kind of may be operating out of a little different plane. Lewis Morris got from him I think he was -- I Kagan muscle -- it but I think he is actually voted. Smartest player college football has been around and her partner. He he's a real players. Is he's a bio mechanical engineers you know this brings the knowledge to the locker room yeah. -- yourself you real quick you do it. -- -- -- that will -- of army in the back. Then can you know. That the pro right there. All right thanks meth. -- No data. -- -- -- -- -- Thanks for a combined could look at Stanford thank you given no in -- cornerback one final interview and it's another quarterback Jared go off of hell will wrap it up next. On the.

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