COUGFAN TV: Alex Brink dishes on Luke Falk

COUGREAT QUARTERBACK Alex Brink talks to Scout Now about the challenges Luke Falk will face in the Pac-12, and why he's the key to the Washington State 2015 season.

Alex Brink was the starting quarterback at Washington State from 2004-2007, throwing for more yards and touchdowns than anyone in school history at the time -- and the third-most yards in Pac-10 history. He was picked second-team all-Pac-10 twice and honorable mention once. Drafted in the seventh round by the Houston Texans in 2008, he spent a season on their practice squad before playing three years in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2010-12) followed by two seasons with Montreal (2013-14). He is the head quarterbacks coach for the Barton Football Academy based in Portland, penned a hugely weekly popular column for CF.C this past season, 'Monday Morning Quarterbacking with Alex Brink,' and does a weekly Pac-12 podcast. He can be found on twitter at @AlexBrink10.

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