UCLA turns its attention to pass-happy Washington State and QB Luke Falk

UCLA should be concerned about Luke Falk and the WSU passing attack.
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As UCLA prepares to take on Washington State on Saturday at the Rose Bowl, the Bruins recognize that they're in for a unique test when it comes to the Cougars offense.

“They pass the ball pretty much every play,” junior linebacker Jayon Brown said, per the Orange County Register.

WSU quarterback Luke Falk is one of the nation's top-rated passers and has led the Cougars to a strong 6-3 record this season. Falk ranks first in the nation is passing yards and second in passing touchdowns.

“No one has really stopped (Falk) on a consistent basis,” UCLA coach Jim Mora said. “He's a heck of a player.”

On Monday Falk was named the Pac-12's offensive player of the week for the third time this season and the fourth time in his 12 career starts. 

(h/t Orange County Register)

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