Watch: UCLA pulls off massive 34-point comeback on fake spike from Rosen

If you tuned out of Sunday night’s game between UCLA and Texas A&M at halftime,

UCLA accomplished the unthinkable Sunday night, overcoming a 44-10 deficit to knock off Texas A&M 45-44 thanks to a shocking fake-spike touchdown pass from Josh Rosen in the final minute of play.

More to come.

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Watch: UCLA's Rosen scrambles, heaves up prayer answered with TD catch

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Josh Rosen is doing everything he can to pull off the unthinkable.

After trailing 44-10 at one point during Sunday’s game, UCLA climbed to within a single touchdown after Rosen managed to avoid pressure and heave up a miracle touchdown pass off his back foot to Theo Howard, cutting the deficit to 44-38.

The Bruins subsequently stopped Texas A&M on their drive, getting the ball back with 2:39 to go in the game.

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Watch: Rosen fires TD pass directly through hands of Texas A&M defender

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In a valiant effort to mount a late comeback against Texas A&M, Josh Rosen heaved a pass downfield to Darren Andrews with eight minutes left in the fourth quarter that looked almost guaranteed to be intercepted.

Until it wasn’t.

The pass sailed miraculously through the hands of Aggies defensive back Deshawn Capers-Smith and right into the chest of an almost unsuspecting Andrews for the score, cutting the Bruins’ deficit to 44-31.

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