Tommylee Lewis 1 of 12 cuts announced by Lions
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Tommylee Lewis was one of 12 cuts announced by the Detroit Lions on Friday.
Lewis was the receiver involved in the controversial play late in last year's NFC...
Rosen throws for 381 yards, UCLA beats Arizona State 44-37
LOS ANGELES (AP) — After missing more than five quarters with a concussion, UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen needed some time to settle in.
When Rosen finally got comfortable, the junior was nearly perfect in guiding the Bruins to what could be a season-saving win.
Rosen threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Lasley on the first play of the fourth quarter and UCLA pulled away from Arizona State for a 44-37 win Saturday night.
ALUMNI NOTEBOOK: Magnolia West alum Jones starts in debut with Aggies
Magnolia West alum Myles Jones made the start at cornerback as a true freshman in his collegiate debut Sunday night as Texas A&M played UCLA at the Rose Bowl to a national audience.
Pac-12 Beat: Yep, Rosen is an early Heisman hopeful
Josh Rosen's spectacular comeback for UCLA on Sunday vaulted him up the (early) list of the Pac-12's Heisman hopefuls.
Rosen threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns in the fourth quarter alone as the Bruins rebounded from a 44-10 deficit for a 45-44 victory over Texas A&M at the Rose Bowl. Rosen faked a spike and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Lasley with 43 seconds left for the win.
Rosen’s growth evident in UCLA’s stunning 34-point comeback
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — A light rain fell on the Rose Bowl in muggy, 90-degree evening heat during the miserable first 40 minutes of UCLA's season opener. Thousands of dampened fans had already hit the exits with their Bruins trailing by 34 points.
They missed nothing less than the greatest comeback in UCLA history and a defining moment in Josh Rosen's three-year quest to reach his enormous potential.
Rosen, UCLA overcome 34-point deficit to top Texas A&M 45-44
LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA practiced a fake spike last week, never imagining that it would cap off the biggest comeback in school history.
Josh Rosen faked the spike and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Lasley with 43 seconds remaining and UCLA overcame a 34-point deficit to stun Texas A&M 45-44 on Sunday night.
"How many seconds were left when we did it? 40? That's when we thought of it. Not before then," UCLA offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said.