UCLA stuns California 76-75 in overtimeJan 7, 2010 - 6:02 AM BERKELEY, Calif.(AP) -- Michael Roll picked up a loose ball and scored from 13 feet out with 1.9 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting UCLA to a 76-75 win over California on Wednesday night.
Jamal Boykin, who had given the Bears a 75-74 lead with a 15-foot jumper that banked in with 21 seconds left, tipped away a pass from the Bruins' Jerime Anderson. But Roll grabbed it and made his game-winning shot.
Roll finished with 19 points and six assists, Nikola Dragovic added 18 points and Reeves Nelson had 15 points for UCLA (7-8, 2-1 Pac-10), which won its six straight game at Berkeley.
Theo Robertson matched his career high with 24 points and had seven rebounds while Patrick Christopher added 14 points and nine rebounds for California (9-5, 1-1), which was coming off an impressive 26-point win over Stanford.
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CALIFORNIA 75 FINAL IN 1ST OT
Jan 7 12:47 AM
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CALIFORNIA 65 END OF 2ND HALF GOING INTO OVERTIME
Jan 7 12:26 AM
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CALIFORNIA 34 HALFTIME
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