Josh Rosen is a lot of things. He was the top high school quarterback in the class of 2015. He’s future top draft pick. And he might be on the short list for best quarterbacks in America.
But he’s also not too concerned about the noise level at Kyle Field.
“After about 50K people it all sounds about the same,” Rosen told reporters ahead of UCLA’s game against Texas A&M
"After about 50k people, it all sounds about the same," UCLA QB Josh Rosen says about anticipating crowd noise at Kyle Field.
— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) August 30, 2016
Kyle Field has a listed seating capacity of 102,733. But last year, over 105,733 people crammed into Kyle Field to watch Alabama and Texas A&M play. It will be the largest crowd Rosen has played against. As a freshman, Rosen threw for 23 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. UCLA went 8-5 last season. The Aggies also went 8-5. They will be starting Oklahoma transfer Trevor Knight.
The Aggies and Bruins kickoff at 3:30 p.m. on CBS.