BERKELEY, Calif. -- 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.
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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