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Topic - David Shaw
Stanford has added associate head coach to offensive coordinator Mike Bloomgren's title.
Kodi Whitfield made one of the most incredible touchdown catches in college football last season in a win over UCLA that kept Stanford on track for a second straight Pac-12 Conference championship.
Stanford is back on the field and ready for a familiar challenge.
UCLA had made some inroads on USC for recruiting dominance in Southern California and the Pac-12 in recent years, finishing ahead of the Trojans each of the past two seasons.
Stanford has promoted assistant coach Lance Anderson to defensive coordinator.
Derek Mason wants to make a few things clear: He has plenty of experience recruiting in the South, hopes to finish his career at Vanderbilt and has very high goals for the Commodores - such as playing the Southeastern Conference championship.
Vanderbilt took less than a week before filling its vacant head football coaching position, announcing Friday the university had tabbed Stanford defensive coordinator Derek Mason.
Gus Malzahn knows all about Bear Bryant, so this award meant a whole lot to the Auburn coach.
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — By David Shaw's standards, Stanford had another successful season.
Like the other teams looking for a head coach, the NFL calendar will force the Redskins to be patient.
The focus of the Redskins' coaching search could shift to the college ranks.
The Redskins' search to replace Mike Shanahan is expected to begin immediately and conclude rather quickly, according to General Manager Bruce Allen. Bengals OC Jay Gruden could be a prime candidate.
Stanford's David Shaw and Michigan State's Mark Dantonio have built powerhouse teams over the last few years, and so far they've both stuck around when bigger football powers with deeper pockets came calling.
Stanford (11-2) raced out to a big lead in its first game with Arizona State this season and had its way with the Sun Devils again early in the rematch, building a 28-7 lead early in the second quarter.
After taking over as the starter with five games remaining last season, Hogan, a redshirt sophomore, led Stanford to victories over UCLA in the Pac-12 championship game and Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. He won his first 10 starts, has thrown three touchdown passes in a game three times and has won all eight games Stanford has played against a ranked opponent.
Shaw said there's a chance Whitfield could someday play on both sides of the ball.
"I gave Kodi the option: the chance to compete for a starting spot at free safety or stay in the competition at receiver and still play," Shaw said. "It was not a decision made by me. It was a decision made by Kodi. I presented both options to him. If he wanted to stay at receiver, he'd stay and he'd make plays for us. But he saw there's an open spot, he's got a chance to compete for it and he's excited about it."