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Stanford Coach David Shaw, QB Kevin Hogan Poised to Outshine Harbaugh and Luck
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Stanford is heading to the Rose Bowl to face Wisconsin.

As the Stanford Cardinal make their final preparations for the Rose Bowl battle against the Wisconsin Badgers, coach David Shaw and quarterback Kevin Hogan are entering uncharted territory.  They are writing new chapters every game into the Stanford football record book. 

Replacing icons Jim Harbaugh and Andrew Luck, they are taking the program to places it’s never been.

Harbaugh is credited with putting Stanford on the map as a powerhouse in the national football picture. Andrew Luck, twice runner-up for the Heisman Trophy, was the kind of quarterback who only comes along once in a generation. 

The combo was fantastic and led to an impressive Orange Bowl win over the Virginia Tech Hokies at the end of the 2010 season.

Once Harbaugh left and Shaw took over in 2011, there were some questions about what would happen.  A drop-off was expected. 

Yet Luck and crew came through, capping a great year with a Fiesta Bowl appearance.

After Luck left, there were big questions in 2012 about who would succeed him and how well the team would do.  It became a very interesting story.

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