Josh Rosen’s eyes momentarily shifted toward the television camera fixed on him before UCLA’s game Sunday, the quarterback winking as one corner of his mouth curled into a smile.
It was as if he knew what was about to happen and who was going to help make it possible.
Rosen’s career-best performance during the Bruins’ crazy comeback victory over Texas A&M was created in large part by the success of his receivers.
Tight end Caleb Wilson’s 15 catches set a school record and UCLA had three 100-yard receivers in a game for only the second time in school history, joining a 2005 triumph over Arizona State.
Wilson finished the game...