A two-handed chest pass that went about 1 yard put Josh Rosen at the top of another list in UCLA's record books. After an annual season stat review, a 39-yard play from scrimmage against Arizona State was changed from a run by receiver Eldridge Massington to a forward pass. The difference was enough to push Rosen's total passing yards for the year to 3,756, eclipsing UCLA's single-season record set by Brett Hundley in 2012. The play was designed to look like a jet sweep with Massington in motion behind the line of scrimmage. Rosen took the snap and instead of handing it off, passed to Massington using an unorthodox motion akin to playing hot potato. Massington, a sprinter on UCLA's track team, dodged a tackle in the backfield and ran for a 39-yard gain.
Rosen named UCLA single-season passing leader after NCAA stat clarification
NCAA | Dec 23