WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) - Before the season, Stanford coach David Shaw's biggest concerns were on offense. There doesn't seem to be much to worry about now.
Kevin Hogan continues to shine at quarterback, Tyler Gaffney is a bruising force in the backfield, and Ty Montgomery is repeatedly finding wide-open spaces in the secondary. All three played major roles in No. 5 Stanford's 34-20 victory over Army on Saturday.
Hogan, who took over as the starter last season after nine games and led the Cardinal (2-0) to five straight wins, including at Oregon and in the Rose Bowl against Wisconsin, was 11 of 18 for 188 yards and three touchdowns with one interception - when the game was well in hand - as the Cardinal overcame a spirited effort by the Black Knights (1-2).