Watch UCLA Complete 34-Point Comeback With Fake-Spike TD Pass Vs. Texas A&M


College football’s opening weekend was full of huge matchups, horrible injuries, a really bad punt and one epic comeback.

The UCLA Bruins trailed the Texas A&M Aggies by 34 points in the second half, but luckily for UCLA, it had the best player on the field.

Quarterback Josh Rosen led the Bruins to a massive comeback, as he torched the Aggies’ defense for 491 yards and four touchdowns, including the game-winning strike on a fake-spike play with 43 seconds remaining.

Take a look at the gutsy play call:

UCLA made the extra point and held on for a 45-44 win at the Rose Bowl.

All of the junior signal-caller’s touchdown passes came in the fourth quarter as he showcased why he’s one of the top QBs on many draft boards.

Welcome back, college football.

Thumbnail photo via Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Images

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