It appears that the UCLA Bruins’ disappointing 2016 college football season has taken another unfortunate turn.
According to a report from Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen is expected to miss the remainder of the season because of a shoulder injury suffered against Arizona State in early October.
Rosen has missed two games since the injury, both losses for the Bruins.
The injury is reportedly a “severe shoulder sprain.”
Considering the Bruins have lost four of their last five games and the team sits at a lackluster 3-5 on the season, it’s best to shut down the youngster for the next few weeks to ensure he has plenty of recovery time to get back to 100 percent before beginning his junior campaign in 2017.
The Rosen-less Bruins return to action this weekend against a surprising Colorado team — which ranks No. 21 in the nation.