Tuesday September 22nd, 2015

Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan sustained a “significant” ankle sprain in the Cardinal’s victory over USC and could miss Friday’s game at Oregon State, head coach David Shaw told reporters on Monday.

Hogan sustained the injury in the second half of Saturday’s 41–31 victory, but remained in the game. The senior quarterback finished 18 of 23 for 279 yards and two touchdowns, leading an offense that held the ball for 39:29 compared to USC’s 20:31.

Shaw said the injury was “not as bad as it could have been,” but Hogan will most likely sit out practice until late in the week. Video of the play where Hogan sustained the injury is below:

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If Hogan is out for Friday’s game, Stanford will turn to either redshirt sophomore Ryan Burns or redshirt freshman Keller Chryst. Neither has started a game before.

Over three games, Hogan is 55 of 87 (63.2%) for 775 yards, five touchdown and one interception. Stanford (2–1) is No. 21 in the AP Top 25 and No. 24 in the Amway Coaches Poll.

Mike Fiammetta

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