2015 top performances: Washington State's Luke Falk

We continue our series looking back at some of the top individual performances in the Pac-12 in 2015.

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Who and against whom: Washington State quarterback Luke Falk led the Cougars 70 yards in the final two minutes to force overtime against Oregon, where the Cougars went on to win 45-38 in double OT.

The numbers: They were phenomenal. Falk accounted for six touchdowns – five in the air and one on the ground. He completed 50 of 74 passes for 505 yards, with no interceptions. The only negative – literally – was that he was sacked seven times for minus-49 net rushing yards, despite his one rushing touchdown.

A closer look: Falk got the Cougars on the board first with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Gabe Marks on the opening drive. It was the first of two touchdown passes to Marks, with the other three spread among a trio of players. With the Cougars trailing just before the end of the half, Falk found Marks again to cut the deficit to 17-14. He would add his third touchdown in the third quarter before breaking out in the fourth and in overtime. He found Dom Williams for an 8-yard touchdown to tie the game at 31-31 with one second left in regulation. After Oregon scored on its first overtime possession, Falk answered with a 1-yard touchdown run. That set up Falk’s immaculate reception to Robert Lewis, by way of River Cracraft, for what turned out to be the game-winner. Jeff Lockie threw an interception on the Ducks’ next possession, and the Cougars snapped an eight-game losing streak to the Ducks – winning in Eugene for the first time since 2003. Falk's six touchdowns, 50 completions, 74 attempts and 85 plays all were single-season Pac-12 highs.