Watch: UCLA's 34-point comeback capped by fake spike TD toss from Rosen
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If you tuned out of Sunday night's game between UCLA and Texas A&M at halftime, there might not be many people blaming you, but you sure missed a game-of-the-year candidate.

Entering the second half trailing by 28, the Bruins went on to accomplish an almost unthinkable feat, overcoming a 34-point deficit in the game's final 18 minutes, capped off with an incredible fake-spike touchdown pass from Josh Rosen to Jordan Lasley with 43 seconds left on the clock.

The first half of the game was all Aggies, with running back Trayveon Williams totaling 188 yards in just the first two quarters. An apparent ankle injury to starting quarterback Nick Starkel seemed to change the tide however, as the Aggies only scored six points the rest of the way.

Rosen overcame a first half of nothing but pressure and disruption to put forth a heroic effort that could stand up as one of the most dominating performances of the season, finishing with 35-of-58 passes completed for a career-high 491 yards and four touchdowns.

UCLA may have had a lot of doubters prior to Sunday's game, but the Bruins proved two things on the gridiron this evening: it ain't over until it's over, and Josh Rosen is back with a vengeance.

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