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On Saturday against Arizona, Lee had one of the best games you’ll ever see by a wide receiver. The sophomore superstar caught 16 passes for 345 yards and two touchdowns and tallied 123 yards on three kickoff returns (including a 72-yarder that set up a late Trojans score). He had 469 all purpose yards, not [...]
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WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- Wide receiver Marqise Lee of USC, linebacker Marquis Flowers of Arizona and wide receiverkick returner Reggie Dunn of Utah have been named Pac-12 Players of the Week in football.
Lee, a sophomore from Inglewood, Calif., set a Pac-12 record with 345 receiving yards while hauling in 16 catches--one shy of the USC single-game record, and the third-highest total...
LOS ANGELES --- It's the middle of the week on the USC campus. Marqise Lee stands outside of Heritage Hall conducting a conversation. He's fresh from a radio interview he did over the phone just minutes prior.
He's popular these days. A lot of people want to talk to him.
As he talks underneath the shaded trees just overlooking Cromwell Field. Passersby walk through...
USC received a school record in passing yards from Matt Barkley at Arizona last Saturday, 493 yards. Marqise Lee had 345 yards receiving, which was fifth best single game total in NCAA history. His 469 all-purpose yards were the second most in NCAA history. Lee combined with Robert Woods to have 438 receiving yards which is the most in school history.
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Week 9 Maxwell Award Elite
USC WR Marqise Lee was dominant against Arizona with 16 catches, a Pac-12 record 345 receiving yards, 123 return yards, and two receiving touchdowns earning him Pac-12 Player of the Week. Lee now has five games of ten or more receptions, and has already eclipsed last year’s mark of 73 catches; Lee has 76 receptions for 1,129 yards and ten touchdowns...
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