Jersey: 4 Position: Quarterback
Height: 6-4 Weight: 225
Hometown: Logan, Utah, U.S.
Bio: From walk-on to wunderkind, Luke Falk has had one of the most unlikely journeys of anyone to ever play at Washington State. Falk did not have any FBS scholarship offers coming out of high school and so he chose to walk-on at WSU, despite the presence of a four-star QB in his recruiting class. By his redshirt freshman season he was Connor Halliday's backup and started the final three games once Halliday was injured. He's been the starter ever since and was named First Team All-Pac-12 in 2015. Falk has been named a Burlsworth Award finalist twice, a semifinalist for the Maxwell, Davey O'Brien and Walter Camp awards and has twice tossed a WSU record 38 touchdowns in a season.
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WSU vs. Michigan State