Josh Rosen Named UCLA Single-Season Passing Leader After NCAA Stat Change

UCLA football star Josh Rosen has solidified himself in the record books.
On Sunday, the NCAA announced a stat clarification that added 39-yards to the signal-caller’s 2017 total which now makes him the Bruins’ single-season passing leader.
The NCAA credited a play against Arizona State on Nov. 11 as a two-handed forward pass to wide receiver Eldridge Massington rather than a handoff.
As a result, Rosen’s single-season passing total is now 3,756 yards and 26 touchdowns.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen of the Los Angeles Daily News announced the news.
Rosen is set to suit up for UCLA on Tuesday, Dec. 26 in the Cactus Bowl against Kansas State.
Kickoff between the two teams at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona is set for 9:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.




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