Washington State senior Luke Falk became the Pac-12 career leader in passing completions during the second quarter of the Cougars’ game Friday against USC.
Falk entered the game needing 11 completions to surpass former Oregon State QB Sean Mannion’s mark of 1,187 established in 2014, the season Falk debuted for the Cougars, and his 15-yard pass to Tavares Martin gave him the record. He achieved the completions record on just 1,710 attempts, 128 fewer than Mannion needed.
This likely won’t be the first Pac-12 career passing record Falk breaks this season. He entered Friday with 12,271 passing yards, third-best in conference history and 829 behind Mannion, and his 103 touchdown passes are third-most in Pac-12 history and 13 away from former USC standout Matt Barkley’s record.
Falk’s numbers also place him high in the FBS career rankings. He’s sixth in completions, 20th in TD passes and 26th in passing yards.
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