Washington State QB Luke Falk breaks Pac-12 passing yards record

Nov 05, 2017, 01:13
Washington State QB Luke Falk breaks Pac-12 passing yards record

Following a Washington State TD reception against Stanford, a random fan jumped out of the stands and stripped in the end zone.

It hasn't always been pretty, but Stanford (6-2) has found a way to keep themselves in the thick of the Pac-12 North race.

Washington State rose as high as eighth in the AP Poll during a 6-0 start only to suffer a pair of losses at Cal and Arizona over the past two weeks. Today's game takes place from Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington and the contest will air live on FOX.

Washington State's Luke Falk is the school's all-time leader in passing yards.

No. 21 USC was up by four touchdowns before Arizona State got its first on a 47-yard catch-and-run to close the first half.

Stanford is riding a five-game win streak right now following a 15-14 victory at Oregon State last week.

This gives new meaning to "Pac-12 After Dark". He finished 34-of-48 for 337 yards, three touchdowns and one interception against the Cardinal.

At this point, Love had 66 yards on seven carries, which is actually below his season average of 10.3 yards per game entering Week 10. However, he missed last week's game with an ankle injury and is questionable to play today as well.

Last season, Washington State beat Stanford 42-16.