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Josh Rosen's mantra aims to keep UCLA offense in gear

“Screw it.” Those words might belong on a T-shirt, a whiteboard or maybe even a season epilogue depending on how far UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and his teammates take their new unofficial mantra. Rosen uttered the phrase after a previously lifeless Bruins offense dropped 31 points on Arizona in...
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