USC WR Marqise Lee Wins Pac-12 Offensive Player Of The Week After Win Over Oregon

The USC Trojans pulled off a stunning upset Saturday night in Eugene, a 38-35 defeat of the No. 4 Oregon Ducks. As a result, freshman wide receiver Marqise Lee was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, for catching eight passes for a season-high 187 yards and a touchdown in the win over Oregon.

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Linebacker Hayes Pullard won the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week after having a season-high 14 tackles in the win over Oregon.

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It was the second straight weekly honor for Lee, who won the special teams player of the week last week. Lee on the season has caught 60 passes for 919 yards and nine touchdowns, needing 81 yards against UCLA on Saturday to achieve the 14th 1,000-yard receiving season in USC school history. He has 26 catches for 374 yards and four touchdowns in his last three games.

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USC has captured five of the 13 offensive player of the week awards for the conference.

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  • September 5: WR Robert Woods
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  • September 19: QB Matt Barkley
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  • October 3: QB Matt Barkley
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  • November 7: QB Matt Barkley
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  • November 28: WR Marqise Lee
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For more USC football news and notes, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles.

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