Kevin Hogan is sore after most games, so the aches Stanford's quarterback woke up with Sunday following a frustrating 13-10 home loss to Southern California were no different than most games.
Instead, Hogan says "the physical pain hurt because of the loss."
If there's anything Hogan and his teammates can take from the setback, it's that Stanford has felt this way before and bounced back even better. The Cardinal have overcome losses the past two years to win the Pac-12 title, and they'll have to do it again this season if they want to complete a conference three-peat.
No. 15 Stanford (1-1, 0-1) will start the task of correcting its uncharacteristic penalties, miscues and red zone blunders when it hosts Army (1-0) on Saturday.