The UCLA Bruins are hopeful that QB Josh Rosen will play in the Cactus Bowl on Dec. 26 versus Kansas State. However, interim head coach Jedd Fisch told reporters on Monday that the team does not yet know if Rosen will play in that game.
UCLA interim head coach Jedd Fisch said they’re still determining whether QB Josh Rosen will play in the Cactus Bowl, and practice this week will be a deciding factor.
— Bruin Report Online (@BruinReport) December 18, 2017
Rosen was injured in UCLA’s season finale versus California and did not play in the second half of that game. He landed roughly on his right shoulder and neck on one of the three sacks he took in that half. He also suffered multiple injuries during the season, including a concussion versus Washington. That concussion forced him to miss a game versus Utah.
Rosen is widely considered to be a top-10 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft should he decide to enter it. He has not announced any intentions to leave the school, but it is possible that the Cactus Bowl could be Rosen’s final game as a Bruin.
The Bruins will take on Kansas State on Dec. 26 at 6 p.m. PT from Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.
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