Sophomore Kevin Hogan, who has seen a few snaps at quarterback over the past few weeks, will see significantly more playing time moving forward.
If there ever was a weekly award given to the least popular person on campus, quarterback Josh Nunes probably tied wide receiver Ty Montgomery for that distinguished honor last week.
The No. 21 Stanford football team released its depth chart to open the season on Saturday night with few surprises, other than the confirmation that several freshmen will see playing time on the offensive line.
On its face, Stanford’s 2012 passing game will be all about newness. And Nunes.
Redshirt junior Josh Nunes will be the starting quarterback for Stanford football, officially announced by head coach David Shaw on Tuesday morning.