WATCH: Here is Josh Rosen’s first career touchdown pass

This is not Josh Rosen’s most impressive pass of the day. His first career touchdown was a four-yard pass to Devin Fuller, on a play where no Virginia defender was near the senior receiver.

All the ones he threw before that though? It’ll be hard to slow the Rosen hype machine now. The true freshman opened his career with a bomb to Kenneth Walker III — one that traveled 55 yards or so through the air, and would’ve been a 75-yard score had it not bounced off Walker’s hands.

UCLA wound up going three-and-out, but when Rosen took the field again, he completed five straight passes to guide a 56-yard touchdown drive. The Bruins held a 7-3 lead over the Wahoos at the end of the first quarter, with Rosen going 7 of 8 for 74 yards.

UPDATE: His second touchdown was his best pass of the day (so far). UCLA up 14-6 after the throw to Thomas Duarte.