Washington State quarterback Luke Falk was named a Burlsworth Trophy Finalist by the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation and Springdale Rotary Club Wednesday. The Burlsworth Trophy is given to the top player who began his career as a walk-on. Falk is a finalist for the third straight season. Falk entered the week leading the Pac-12 Conference with 3,224 passing yards and 29 touchdowns while the Cougars are 9-2 and ranked No. 15 in the Associated Press Top-25.
What: No. 19 Washington State (8-2, 5-2) at Utah (5-4, 2-4)Washington State and Utah square off on the gridiron in a Pac-12 cross-divisional clash for the first time since 2014. WSU quarterback Luke Falk makes his long-awaited return to the Beehive State after starring at Logan (UT) High School as a record-setting sophomore and senior. Utah will test the Cougars two principal ways: their Stanford-like physicality in the trenches and the expected raucous atmosphere inside Rice-Eccles Stadium.
It’s Senior Day at Folsom Field as the Colorado Buffaloes host USC in the final home game of the 20217 season. Twenty-one (21) CU seniors will run behind Ralphie for the last time in their careers. It’s also Hall of Fame weekend with 10 former CU standouts entering the Hall, including former football players Stan Brock, Chad Brown and Mark Haynes. SERIES HISTORY: The Buffs are still looking for their first-ever win over USC as the Trojans lead the all-time series, 11-0.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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