THERE WAS A lot to like in the Cougs' spring game -- a high-powered offense and a defense, keyed by…
Coug QB Falk took the hard way to WSU
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. Oaks is no ordinary high school. Colloquially referred to as 'Hollywood High,' Oaks is a place where teammates have last names like Gretzky, Matthews, and Montana. On any given night you could spot the likes of Will Smith or Tom Cruise sitting in the grandstands. When Falk arrived, Oaks had won six straight Southern Section titles and being the starting quarterback for the Lions all but guaranteed a scholarship to a major college football program. Falk won the starting quarterback job and an offer from Florida State soon followed. But the decision to leave Logan had come at a...
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