Washington State quarterback Luke Falk reportedly broke the wrist of his non-throwing arm way back in Week 2 and played through the injury all year long. Per 247 Sports, Falk was trying to wait until after the season to have necessary surgery done on the wrist. Unfortunately for him and the Cougars, “worsening mobility in the wrist required he undergo the procedure approximately two weeks ago in order to prevent the threat of long-term problems, two sources close to the program tell Cougfan.com.” It wasn’t reported, but Falk wore a cast on his left wrist, which was then covered by a glove, all season long.
Luke Falk played with cast on broken wrist since Week 2, WSU covered it up
Sportsnaut | Dec 31