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How will UCLA’s Josh Rosen era be remembered?

By in Press Enterprise on December 26, 2017

By Thuc Nhi Nguyen

PHOENIX — The play becomes more and more poetic as it falls deeper into the memory vault of Josh Rosen’s career. His first collegiate snap, a play-action pass in the Rose Bowl against Virginia. A beautiful 60-yard toss. A head-scratching drop.

The moment could later be used to illustrate any number of miscues that characterize Rosen’s tenure at UCLA thus far.

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This may be the end for Rosen in Powderkeg Blue. The star junior quarterback is projected to be a top pick in April’s 2018 NFL Draft, although he has yet to officially decide on whether to forgo his senior year. He may not even play in what could be his final UCLA game as the medical staff will decide if he can pass concussion protocol in time for the Cactus Bowl against Kansas State on Tuesday at 6 p.m. PT.

If this is the end, Rosen will finish as an undeniable talent who deserved better at UCLA: […]    

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