Found October 29, 2012 on Football Nation:
Champs of the Week1.     Marqise Lee, WR, USC- 345 receiving yards, 2 TD’sLee literally did everything he could possibly do to help USC survive the upset against Arizona, but 16 catches for 345 yards and two scores was still not enough to get past the Wildcats. In addition, Lee had a couple big returns on special teams that allowed him to finish with 469 all-purpose yards in the game. Those 345 yards receiving broke the Pac-12 record for yards in a single game. Despite the attention garnered nationally by Robert Woods, it’s actually Lee that leads the team in receptions, yards and touchdowns by a wide margin.2.     Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson- 428 passing yards, 5 TD’sIt was a record-setting night for Boyd and the Clemson offense as they torched Wake Forest on Thursday night. Boyd threw for a school record 428 passing yards and five touchdowns in the rout. The bigger news for many Clemson fans was that the Boyd-Watkins connection finally got on track as Watkins also set records with 202 ...
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