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Coug QB Falk took the hard way to WSU

LUKE FALK

COUGAR WALK-ON quarterback Luke Falk does things the hard way. Not on purpose mind you, but the easy path always seems to escape him. Life seems to work out better that way in the end, though.

Growing up, playing football was fun for Falk. As a sophomore at Logan High in Utah, Falk lit up the scoreboard despite splitting time with an upperclassman. Already 6-4 and with a strong arm, Falk caught a lot of attention, in and out of his home state. An opportunity came up to transfer to Oaks Christian High in Los Angeles, home to one of the more top prep football programs in California...

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