UCLA's Rosen after 34-point comeback: 'No one lost hope'

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Even when things were at their darkest Sunday, Josh Rosen and Co. still believed they were going to win.

The UCLA quarterback rallied the Bruins from 34 points down to knock off Texas A&M, in one of the most improbable comebacks in recent memory.

"I mean, no one lost hope, but at a certain point you're not really looking at the scoreboard anymore," Rosen said afterward, according to Bruin Report Online. "You're just like, 'We've just got to put our head down and just play football. We've just got to execute.' You want to go back to the film tomorrow and be proud of what you did in the third and fourth quarter. And you can't look at the score when it's something like that. It got real bleak at a certain point. Real, real bleak. But we just. ... It's not that we ever lost hope because obviously we never did. But we just wanted to play good football."

Rosen threw for nearly 500 yards and four touchdowns, announcing himself as an early Heisman favorite.

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