Josh Rosen led UCLA to an epic comeback on Sunday night against the Texas A&M Aggies, after the Bruins looked dead in the water entering the fourth quarter at the Rose Bowl.
Rosen and company were trailing 44-10 at one point in the third, before the Bruins rattled off an incredible 35 straight points to get the 45-44 win.
Rosen finished the game with a career-high 491 yards of 35-of-58 passing, while finding the endzone four times. All four touchdown passes came during the Bruins’ epic 28-point fourth quarter performance.
But the play that really stood out was the final touchdown of the game.
With time running out, Rosen rushed his team to the line where he faked the spike before lobbing a perfectly placed throw into the corner of the endzone to Jordan Lasley. JJ Molson successfully converted the extra point to secure the win.
Check out the final play below:
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Here is another look at Lasley hauling in the catch:
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It’s an incredible with for the Bruins that will give the team momentum moving forward. Next up for UCLA is a Saturday clash with Hawaii.
For Texas A&M, meanwhile, they must regroup before returning home and hosting Nicholls State on Saturday while head coach Kevin Sumlin’s hot seat continues to get even hotter.
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