PULLMAN, Wash. (CBS / AP) — Faisal Aden scored 24 points to lead Washington State past Cal 77-75 Saturday.

Davonte Lacy of Washington State (11-8, 3-4) hit a 3-pointer, was fouled and missed the ensuing free throw to give the Cougars a 77-74 lead with 18.3 seconds remaining.

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With six seconds left, Justin Cobbs of Cal (16-5, 6-2) hit the front end of a pair of free throws, but missed the second. Jorge Gutierrez grabbed the rebound and flung a shot that hit the front of the rim to seal the Cougars’ victory.

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WSU had four players finish in double figures, including Brock Motum with 15 points.

Cal had five players in double figures. Gutierrez led the Golden bears with 19 points.

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