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What does the media think about UCLA football's come-from-behind win over BYU?

UCLA's Nate Starks
UCLA's Nate Starks
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The UCLA Bruin Football team completed a thrilling 4th quarter comeback last night, wearing down BYU with the running game and getting a Myles Jack interception to seal the deal, 24-23. Let's see What's Bruin in the media on the day after this big win.

UCLA v. BYU

Chris Dufresne and the L.A. Times have a story about UCLA true freshman, Josh Rosen's, rocky outing and overcoming the performance to get a win.

Chris Foster of the L.A. Times also has a nice game recap.

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg has a video recap of the game.

Amongst the Trojan hand-wringing, the Orange County Register's Joey Kaufman penned a pretty good piece about the Bruins' victory.

Ryan Kartje says that the Bruins' performance means that UCLA does not need Josh Rosen to be the Josh Rosen we saw against Virginia every week in order to be successful.

I always like to see the perspective from the other side. The Deseret News has a trio of articles about the game, including a game recap, and Sunday Morning Quarterback piece, and a BYU "report card."

Men's Water Polo

The UCLA Men's Water Polo team is competing in the NorCal Invitation at Stanford this weekend. yesterday, they destroyed Chapman, and following that up with a strong win over Pepperdine. The Bruins continue in the tournament today against Cal.

That's What's Bruin today on this fine, late summer Sunday.