Found November 20, 2013 on Fox Sports West:
A hobbled Marqise Lee made his way inside the USC huddle towards the end of Saturday nights game against Stanford and told his quarterback Cody Kessler he had "one more play" left in him. Lee lined up in the slot on the right side of the formation. There was one minute and 23 seconds left in regulation with the game tied 17-17 and USC facing a fourth and two at the Cardinal 48-yard line. Lee, as best he could, ran toward the first down marker and stepped inside his defender up the seam where Kessler found him for a 13-yard gain to keep the Trojans drive alive and set up the eventual Andre Heidari 47-yard game-winning field goal in the Trojans' 20-17 upset of then No. 4 Stanford. The fourth down catch was a play Lee absolutely had to be in the game for. Sitting out and watching from the sidelines was not an option. "You're trying to get a first down," Lee said. "What? Ain't no sitting out." Three plays earlier the USC training staff wa...

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