UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen practiced on Tuesday and “should be available” for the Bruins’ game against ASU this Saturday, coach Jim Mora told reporters.
Jim Mora says Josh Rosen practiced today, “if things progress as they appear to be the rest of the week then he should be available” for ASU
— Ashley Adamson (@AdamsonAshley) November 7, 2017
This is a significant development because Rosen missed the Bruins’ game against Utah with a concussion. Rosen left UCLA’s loss to Washington with an undisclosed hand injury on his non-throwing hand, as well.
UCLA must win two more games this season to become bowl eligible. No doubt Rosen’s return will be a boost to the Bruins’ offense.
According the Los Angeles Times’ Ben Bolch, all signs point to Rosen playing on Saturday.
Reading between lines, as long as Josh Rosen doesn't suffer any setbacks in concussion protocol he should play against Arizona State.
— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) November 7, 2017
UCLA will host Arizona State at the Rose Bowl at 6:30 p.m. PT. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.
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