Talk about a turn of events.
UCLA made 11 of its first 16 shots for a 14-point lead over California, but now trails 37-30 after failing to convert a field goal in the final 6:58 of the half.
Cal capitalized by closing with an 18-2 run.
Patrick Christopher made a long-range three-pointer to pull the Golden Bears to within one. Theo Robertson followed with one of his own to give Cal a 32-30 lead, before Jerome Randle made an even deeper three to silence the Pauley Pavilion crowd.
Robertson and UCLA's Michael Roll lead the way with 12 points each. No other Bruin has more than four.