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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | January 1, 2016

Stanford football: Kevin Hogan fakes fumble, throws touchdown pass

Stanford football is having all kinds of fun at the Rose Bowl.

Christian McCaffrey scored on the game's first possession and also returned a punt for a TD, Quenton Meeks took an interception back for a touchdown and, to push their lead to 35-0, Kevin Hogan faked a fumble and threw a 31-yard touchdown pass. Yes, you read that correctly.

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Grabbing a five touchdown lead in the first half, the Cardinal are not messing around. Well, actually, they kind of are with their trickeration.

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