Ross Kelly, CBS Local Sports

Remember your dorm room back when you were a freshman in college? Chances are you probably have tried to forget that place which you probably think resembled a jail cell now that you’re many years removed. If you’re like me, you probably saw college dorms on TV or in the movies and expected yours to look exactly like that…only to be thoroughly disappointed.

However, one freshman who clearly doesn’t have a problem with his living quarters is Josh Rosen, the starting quarterback at UCLA. Nicknamed the “Rosen One” (sounds a little too similar to “The Sanchise” to me), Rosen has led UCLA to a 5-2 record after routing the 20th-ranked Cal Golden Bears on Thursday night. Rosen, apparently, has even more success off the field than on it judging by the fact that he has a hot tub in his dorm room:

And it’s not just for warming up joints and eating pizza, as evident by the Instagram of an Arizona student:

https://instagram.com/p/89taR5P0lF/?taken-by=totallychristine

Pays to be the BMOC.

Ross Kelly is an Associated Producer for CBS Local Sports. He is from Louisiana and is a fan of all sports, but not of any teams (except LSU). He can be reached at ross.kelly@cbs.com.