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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | November 21, 2017

Watch UCLA's last-second, go-ahead layup secure a win against Wisconsin

Just call him Aaron "Clutch" Holiday. 

Holiday, the junior guard for No. 23 UCLA, saw his team trail Wisconsin 65-59 with just under four minutes left, and decided to do something about it. So he knocked down two threes, assisted another, converted two free throws, and picked up a steal in the next three minutes to give the Bruins a 70-69 lead.

And when the Badgers' Khalil Iverson made a free throw to tie the game, Holiday decided he wasn't done with the heroics.

Watch for yourself:

What a shot, and what a performance. Holiday finished with 18 points (10 of which came in the final four minutes), and the Bruins improved to 4-1 on the year.

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