TUCSON, Ariz. - Tyler Lamb was a step behind and Anthony Stover was a second late. The two UCLA sophomores simply looked lost.

In a Fogg, you could say.

Arizona senior guard Kyle Fogg drained a 3-pointer with 53 seconds left among mass UCLA confusion to give the Wildcats a six-point cushion, and they eventually closed out the Bruins with a 65-63 Pacific-12 Conference victory at McKale Center in front of 14,724.

UCLA guard Jerime Anderson - who matched Fogg's game-high 20 points - had a chance to tie the score with a second left, but his jump shot clanked off the rim.
It was the Bruins' fifth road loss by less than three points in 2012.

"This one is very tough," a sullen Anderson said after the game. "I don't know if this is the toughest loss we've taken all year ... but it's up there."

Particularly after wrestling the lead away from Arizona midway through the second half and maintaining a slight advantage until roughly four minutes remained.
If not for Fogg, the Bruins might have coasted.

Playing to a packed house on Senior Day, the rivalry's biggest recent barometer turned it on just as UCLA did.

Fogg - who has averaged 20 points in the Wildcats' four wins over the Bruins since 2009 and just nine points in three losses - scored 11 of Arizona's 15 points during UCLA's second-half run, never letting the Wildcats fall behind by more than four.
His free throw with 4:06 left gave Arizona a 54-53 lead and the Wildcats (21-9, 12-5 Pac-12) never trailed again.

"As he goes, they go," Anderson said. "He started getting it going in the second half, getting to the free-throw line, then he started to find some comfortability, hit some 3 s. He's a good player, he's always been a good player."
Anderson knows well.

The two have squared off against each other since meeting randomly in a rec gym in eighth grade and they traded points Saturday once more. With Fogg shutting down UCLA's leading scorer Lazeric Jones - who had 20 points in a 66-57 win over Arizona State on Thursday but just two points on 1-of-12 shooting against the Wildcats - Anderson rose to the occasion.