Josh Rosen Makes Brutal Decision, Results In Pick-Six

Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph passes over Pittsburgh linebacker Elijah Zeise in the first quarter of an NCAA football game Saturday Sept. 16 2017 in Pittsburgh. Oklahoma State won 59-21

He did throw his first interception of the season, ending a streak of 216 consecutive passes without a pick dating back to last season. Despite the 56-23 blowout win over Hawai'i, the front-seven was crushed by 281 rushing yards allowed.

This was a huge upset, especially when you consider the Bruins have an NFL-level gunslinger, Josh Rosen, at quarterback.

It was Rosen's fourth touchdown throw of the final quarter, with the first two going to Darren Andrews and the third going to Theo Howard.

To top it off, the Texas A&M running game put up 382 yards in Week 1.

In an offensive-oriented game, it was a defensive play by Memphis defensive back Jacobi Francis that secured the victory.

Two weeks after pulling off one of the most improbable comebacks in the history of college football, Josh Rosen and UCLA couldn't escape from Memphis in a game that screamed "trap" for the Bruins for months. His other interception stalled a UCLA drive deep in Memphis territory with just under 7 minutes left. Oklahoma State converted all nine of its third downs in the opening half.

The Tigers defeated the number 25 team in the country UCLA by a score of 48-45. With Miller making a 34-yard reception during the drive, the Tigers scored on a 3-yard pass from Ferguson to Phil Mayhue with 9:56 left.

The Aggies' collapse overshadowed an incredible performance from Trayveon Williams, who spearheaded the early dominance with 203 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

The score gave Memphis at ten-point lead. The Tigers were led in rushing by Darrell Henderson, who had 14 carries for 105 yards. But on this day, Ferguson outplayed him, leading Memphis to 560 yards total offense.

The Falcons (1-1) failed to convert a pass until Arion Worthman threw a short pass to Ronald Cleveland and the receiver turned it into a 64-yard TD with 11:54 left in the quarter that pulled the service academy within 3 points again. Scherer coaches UCLA tight ends and serves as senior associate head coach.



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