With college football in full swing, we’ll be bringing you a review each and every week. These recaps will feature sections for “Premier Conference Performer,” “Rising Players,” “Falling Players,” and a special Freshman spotlight. These weekly reviews will keep you up-to-date on all the happenings in devy leagues and allow you to keep tabs on future dynasty league assets. By the time the NFL Draft rolls around, you won’t see too many strangers.
Premier Conference Performer
Luke Falk, QB Washington State (Sophomore)
47/66 passing, 478 passing yards, four touchdowns, zero interceptions, six carries, 29 yards vs. Rutgers
Luke Falk came out passing and never stopped. The Cougars needed every bit of his 478 yards and four touchdowns to escape an upset bid by the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers. Falk drove Washington State on a 90-yard game winning drive with only 1:39 left on the game clock and trailing 34-30. Falk is having a nice season as he has 74 completions in 107 attempts for 767 yards and six touchdowns. Most importantly he has not yet thrown an interception. WSU will take on Wyoming at home next week then travel to face the California Golden Bears to open up conference play.