It was a big day for UCLA Athletics as they broke ground on their newest football and basketball facilities. Also, freshman QB Josh Rosen talked to the Media for the first time after being named starter.
One day after freshman quarterback Josh Rosen was named the starting quarterback for UCLA Football, the former 5-star got a chance to talk to the media.
Naturally, the newest commander of the Bruin offense was bombarded with a ton of questions from the press but handled himself with poise and was honest but not too detailed when answering questions about his new role.
Here is video of Rosen’s first interview as starting quarterback of UCLA Football courtesy of
UCLA Breaks Ground On New Facilities
It was a big day for UCLA Athletics as UCLA Football, UCLA Women’s Basketball and UCLA Men’s Basketball broke ground on the new Wasserman Football Center and the Mo Ostin Basketball Center.
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It has been a long time coming as all three programs have been in waiting for their new facilities to start construction and now the wait is over as the official commencement of these buildings has begun. The simultaneous construction of both facilities is set for completion in 2017.
Until then, UCLA Football will practice on the Intramural Field while both Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams will be working out in Pauley Pavilion.