STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Kevin Hogan had plenty of reasons to smile despite a sloppy start in Stanford's spring game that ended with his first loss - albeit unofficial - as the starting quarterback.
After losing his top tight ends and wide receivers, Hogan has already found fresh targets - and a new vertical passing game to go with them.
Hogan threw for 170 yards and two touchdowns before the defense rallied for a 40-34 victory over the offense in the annual Cardinal & White Game on Saturday. The defense received points depending on where it stopped the offense on the field.
What really counted is that the reigning Rose Bowl and Pac-12 champions might not be so depleted at receiver after all with speedsters Ty Montgomery and Michael Rector healthy again.

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