Washington St AD Says QB Luke Falk Is Doing Well
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos says quarterback Luke Falk is doing well and might be able to play in Friday's Apple Cup against Washington. Falk appeared to suffer a head injury and was carried off the field during No. 20 Washington State's victory over Colorado on Saturday.Coach Mike Leach refuses to discuss injuries, so the extent of Falk's injury is not clear.
Thomas Rawls Likely To Get Call At RB Again For Seattle
Uncertainty surrounding the health of Marshawn Lynch will likely mean rookie running back Thomas Rawls will start for a second straight week for the Seattle Seahawks. Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that it's unlikely Lynch would be able to play this week against Pittsburgh.
Carroll is unsure of when Lynch will even play again as he deals with an abdominal injury that kept him out of Sunday's win over San Francisco. Lynch traveled to Philadelphia and was scheduled to meet with Dr. William Meyers on Tuesday to discussion options for the lower abdominal injury, including possible surgery.
Seattle University Clips Eastern Washington 58-52
Crook scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds to help lead Seattle University to a 58-52 win over Eastern Washington on Monday night. After Eastern Washington's Bogdan Bliznyuk drilled a 3-pointer to tie the game at 52 with 2:57 left, the Redhawks (1-3) closed the game on a 9-0 run to seal it.This was the second meeting in five days between the schools. Eastern Washington beat Seattle 76-70 on Wednesday.
Boise State blows out Concordia (Ore.) 100-53
Chandler Hutchison scored 18 points on 7 of 11 shooting from the field to help lead Boise State to a 100-53 win over NAIA Concordia University on Monday night. Paris Austin and Lonnie Jackson each added 15 points and Mikey Thompson had 13 and five assists for Boise State (2-2), which has won both its home games early this season.
November 24, 2015 – AP News