Before the big Pac-12 championship game ‒ Stanford vs USC ‒ review what Inside the Pylon head writer Mark Schofield had to say about these teams throughout the season. Click here for Temple vs Houston, Florida vs Alabama, Michigan State vs Iowa, and North Carolina vs Clemson.
Oregon State tied Stanford in the first quarter of their week 4 matchup, but it didn’t last for long. The Cardinal came through with a three-play, 72-yard drive to take the lead again.
In this article focusing on quarterbacks not throwing the ball, Schofield highlights two plays that Kevin Hogan tried to make something out of nothing, instead of just taking the easy throw.
Our On Two series looks at the qualities that quarterbacks need to have to be successful in the NFL. In this edition, we get to see Cody Kessler Jekyll and Hyde decision making skills. He will need to minimize those poor decisions to be successful in the future.
Hogan was also the focus of an On Two feature as well. Here, Schofield focuses on Hogan’s arm strength, which makes up for his elongated delivery.
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Mark Schofield has always loved football. He breaks down film, scouts prospects, and explains the passing game for Inside the Pylon.