Stanford's Kevin Hogan came out firing in first half against UCLA
The talk going into Friday's UCLA-Stanford matchup revolved mostly around UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, but it looked like Kevin Hogan never got that memo.
The Cardinal starting QB put together one hell of a first half, going 14-for-15, while connecting with nine different receivers for 189 yards and two touchdowns.
Including this beauty where Hogan just floats the ball 37 yards into double coverage to his big target Devon Cajuste, capping a 92-yard drive that put underdog Stanford up 11 just before halftime.
Stanford would go on to knock off the Bruins 31-10, eliminating UCLA's chances at a Pac-12 South title. The Cardinal finished the regular season 7-5, 5-4 Pac-12, and secon in the Pac-12 North behind Oregon.