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Three games into his final college season, Syracuse wideout Marcus Sales is on a roll that no other receiver in America can match. He has four straight 100-yard games for the Orange - over a span of more than 20 months.
Sales leads the Orange with 25 catches and four touchdowns after being suspended for all of 2011.
His last four games? Five catches for 172 yards and three touchdowns in a Pinstripe Bowl win over Kansas State; 12 catches for 129 yards and one score in a season-opening loss to Northwestern; eight catches for 104 yards and two TDs in a loss to then-No. 2 Southern California; and five receptions for 117 yards and one touchdown in Saturday's win over Stony Brook.
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