What a game.
If you stayed up to watch the end of the UCLA Bruins vs. the Texas A&M Aggies game on Sunday night, good for you. Or, well, good for you if you're a UCLA fan.
After trailing by 34 points, UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen led the Bruins to a 45-44 win over the Aggies in the fourth quarter. "Chosen Rosen" threw for 292 yards and tallied all four of his touchdown passes in the fourth quarter.
Rosen and the Bruins' come-from-behind victory stunned the football community, most notably a handful of NFL players.
Per ESPN Stats & Information, the most recent team to overcome a 34-point deficit was Michigan State (vs. Northwestern) on Oct. 21, 2006.
NFL players applaud Josh Rosen, UCLA's comeback victory
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