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Rosen’s Heisman moment already?

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

College football players can have Heisman moments at any time throughout the season. Last season, Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson had a dominant first half of the season, earning him the 25-pound trophy.

UCLA junior quarterback Josh Rosen could have had his Heisman moment on Sunday night. In a comeback for the ages, he guided the team on the huge comeback, including the game-winning touchdown.

Josh Rosen (Getty Images)

Josh Rosen (Getty Images)

The Bruins were down 34-points, before coming back to win 45-44 over the Texas A&M Aggies at the Rose Bowl. Rosen hit Jordan Lasley for a 10-yard touchdown to complete the comeback with a fake spike.

The Bruins were down 44-10 late in the third quarter, as the comeback began. Rosen had a career-high 4 touchdowns in the fourth quarter, breaking his previous record of 3.

Rosen threw two touchdowns to Darren Andrews in the fourth. Theo Howard also caught another touchdown.

Soso Jamabo began the comeback with a touchdown at 2:29 in the third quarter.

Aggies kicker Daniel LaCamera made two second-half field goals.

In the tale of two halves, Texas A&M dominates the first half. They had six touchdowns and a field goal by LaCamera.

The Bruins just had a Jalen Starks two-yard rushing touchdown in the first 30 minutes. JJ Molson also booted a field goal.

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