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Was UCLA’s Game-Winning TD Pass vs. Texas A&M Actually Incomplete? (VIDEO)

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Monday, September 4, 2017

The UCLA Bruins are coming off a terrible 2016 campaign that saw them win only four games the entire year, something they hadn’t done since 2010. Three quarters into the first game of the year and it seemed like nothing had changed as the team was being dominated by the Texas A&M Aggies, trailing 44-10 with a little over two minutes to go in the game.

Then, somebody turned the switch on and a brand new squad emerged as Bruins QB Josh Rosen led the team to an improbable comeback that included a last minute touchdown. 


Rosen finished with an astounding 491 yards and 4 TDs, but upon closer inspection, it seems as if that last game-winning TD shouldn’t have counted at all.

The refs never reviewed that last play, and if they did, they would have noticed that Rosen’s pass to Jordan Lasley wasn’t secured before he got his foot down in the end zone.

Ball not secure yet:


Ball finally secure and foot out of bounds:


Watch it in slow-mo: