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Austin R. Vaughn | NCAA.com | December 29, 2016

Oregon's Dillon Brooks stuns UCLA at the buzzer

  Oregon's Dillon Brooks celebrates during the Ducks' stunning win over No. 2 UCLA.

A game as dramatic as No. 21 Oregon vs. No. 2 UCLA could only end with a buzzer-beater as dramatic as the one Dillon Brooks pulled off for the Ducks' 89-87 upset of the previously undefeated Bruins.

The junior forward was 9-for-20 on the game, and only 1-for-7 from beyond the arc before the last-second shot.

Brooks was also instrumental in the Ducks' penultimate play of the game. His fourth assist of the game went to Payton Pritchard who hit his own dramatic 3-pointer with 15 seconds on the clock to get Oregon within one.

One possession later, after UCLA missed the front end of a one-and-one, Pritchard returned the favor and passed to Brooks who hit the thrilling game-winner with less than a second left on the clock.

Duck fans stormed the court, but the game was not officially over. 

The crowd was sent back to their seats, but with just 0.8 seconds remaining, UCLA couldn't get up a makeable shot, and the Ducks fans were able to storm the court for real. So yes, maybe it wasn't a true "buzzer-beater," but it was glorious nonetheless.

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