O'Hagan Readies for The Farm

If you've been glum about the absence of a quarterback in this small Stanford recruiting class, then take note of the All-American flying in this weekend from up North. Minnesota slinger Liam O'Hagan is taking his fifth official visit at The Farm, and that might surprise you for the #40 QB in the nation - <i>sans</i> offer. For an explanation of what is happening in his recruiting world, read on...
January 15, 2004

Fletch Reports from San Antonio

Saturday is the big day for Alex Fletcher, when he starts as the center for the East team at the U.S. Army All-American Game in San Antonio, TX. But his goals the week of practices leading up to that final game have been to improve himself, learn from his teammates, and size up the supposed nation's best. Read on for his updates from Texas, including some of the players who he believes truly deserve the hype.
December 31, 2003

The latest on record-setting QB Liam O'Hagan

6-2, 205-pound quarterback Liam O'Hagan of Minneapolis (MN) Breck will play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas January 3rd. O'Hagan completed 18 of 28 passes for 285 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Mustangs to a 51-14 victory over Kingsland in the Class AA championship game. He completed 225 of 337 passes for 3,818 yards and 55 touchdowns (a state record he broke earlier this season) and just seven interceptions. O'Hagan also broke the state record for passing yards.
December 24, 2003

Nation's No.39 QB Visits Boulder, Receives Offer

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=662928">Liam O'Hagan</a> had an unbelievable season. For his state title team he threw for 3,812 yards and 55 touchdowns, with only seven interceptions. He now holds offers from Minnesota, Boston College, Vanderbilt, and Colorado. CU is recruiting him as an athlete, but will give him his first shot at quarterback. He visited Boulder for the NU game and loved his trip.
December 2, 2003