The Eastern Washington football team, and especially quarterback Vernon Adams Jr., should come with warning labels.
The Eagles, a top Football Championship Subdivision team, on Saturday nearly took down their second Pac-12 Conference opponent in two years, falling to Washington, 59-52, as junior quarterback Adams passed for a school-record seven touchdowns and a career-high 475 yards.
Last season, Eastern Washington upset Oregon State, which was ranked No. 25 at the time, and Adams went on to pass for 5,559 yards and 55 touchdowns, earning the Big Sky Conference's offensive player of the year award.
Already this season the former Alemany High star had...