Marqise Lee is the best player in college football

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    His body control is ridiculous
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  • He's pretty damn good.
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  • Lee & Woods are why Barkley puts up such big numbers.
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  • He just set a new USC and conference record for single game reception yards.
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  • USC with another choke job. You can set your watch to those.
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  • Rat wrote:USC with another choke job. You can set your watch to those.


    I want to say they were looking forward to Oregon, but I think it was just USC being USC. I hope Lane Kiffin stays their coach for a long, long time.
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  • Barkley looked like crap. Hope we don't touch him with a 10ft pole, he is Rick Mirer II.
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  • Oregon and USC are making me feel better and better about my Pac-12 preseason predictions. Oregon State, not so much. And yeah, I hope Kiffin has a long tenure at USC. I doubt the NFL will be calling his number any time soon.

    Wish I could have seen the game. Looked like Matt Scott had another very good game statistically. RG3 and Cam Newton exempted, there is still a very strong bias against read-option QBs in the draft. I'm guessing Scott could be another victim of that. Which could be great news for us- he fits our QB profile perfectly.

    This game shakes up the whole conference btw. Arizona now owns the tiebreaker against USC, and they've gotten Oregon out of their system. USC still has to play Oregon. If USC loses to Oregon, and they probably will, that means Arizona controls their own destiny.

    Either way, this might hurt Oregon's national title chances a little since USC has lost some luster and if Arizona represents the Pac-12 south it won't give Oregon much of a bump after the championship game.
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  • kearly wrote:Oregon and USC are making me feel better and better about my Pac-12 preseason predictions. Oregon State, not so much. And yeah, I hope Kiffin has a long tenure at USC. I doubt the NFL will be calling his number any time soon.

    Wish I could have seen the game. Looked like Matt Scott had another very good game statistically. RG3 and Cam Newton exempted, there is still a very strong bias against read-option QBs in the draft. I'm guessing Scott could be another victim of that. Which could be great news for us- he fits our QB profile perfectly.

    This game shakes up the whole conference btw. Arizona now owns the tiebreaker against USC, and they've gotten Oregon out of their system. USC still has to play Oregon. If USC loses to Oregon, and they probably will, that means Arizona controls their own destiny.

    Either way, this might hurt Oregon's national title chances a little since USC has lost some luster and if Arizona represents the Pac-12 south it won't give Oregon much of a bump after the championship game.



    Oh well, all you can do is take care of whoever is put in front of you. UO will beat any big 10 team like a drum in the rose bowl, putting the bcs right where they don't want to be, with two undefeated teams who killed everyone they played. KSU and ND are frauds, SC will end ND dream.
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  • God college football is so freaking stupid. If you beat every team you play, you should be with the best of the best, and it shouldn't matter how good your opponents are. What your OPPONENTS DO should not dictate where YOU END UP if you beat all of them. Lame.
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  • hawksfan515 wrote:God college football is so freaking stupid. If you beat every team you play, you should be with the best of the best, and it shouldn't matter how good your opponents are. What your OPPONENTS DO should not dictate where YOU END UP if you beat all of them. Lame.


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  • Throwdown wrote:
    hawksfan515 wrote:God college football is so freaking stupid. If you beat every team you play, you should be with the best of the best, and it shouldn't matter how good your opponents are. What your OPPONENTS DO should not dictate where YOU END UP if you beat all of them. Lame.


    You must be a Boise St. fan


    Ok that made me laugh.
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  • Throwdown wrote:
    hawksfan515 wrote:God college football is so freaking stupid. If you beat every team you play, you should be with the best of the best, and it shouldn't matter how good your opponents are. What your OPPONENTS DO should not dictate where YOU END UP if you beat all of them. Lame.


    You must be a Boise St. fan



    nope, Seahawks fan, first, foremost, and only :)

    I will root for the Ducks or Huskies when they're on, the Beavers and USC when they're good, and an underdog.

    But other than that I do not enjoy college too much.
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  • The scary thing about Marquise is that he didn't start playing receiver until his senior year of high school and is just a sophomore in college this year. He's probably going to get even better.
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  • kearly wrote:Oregon and USC are making me feel better and better about my Pac-12 preseason predictions. Oregon State, not so much. And yeah, I hope Kiffin has a long tenure at USC. I doubt the NFL will be calling his number any time soon.

    Wish I could have seen the game. Looked like Matt Scott had another very good game statistically. RG3 and Cam Newton exempted, there is still a very strong bias against read-option QBs in the draft. I'm guessing Scott could be another victim of that. Which could be great news for us- he fits our QB profile perfectly.

    This game shakes up the whole conference btw. Arizona now owns the tiebreaker against USC, and they've gotten Oregon out of their system. USC still has to play Oregon. If USC loses to Oregon, and they probably will, that means Arizona controls their own destiny.

    Either way, this might hurt Oregon's national title chances a little since USC has lost some luster and if Arizona represents the Pac-12 south it won't give Oregon much of a bump after the championship game.


    Oregon State's loss against UW is going to hurt Oregon's NC chances as well. That's 2 teams dropping out of the top 10 this week. Though OSU can get back in to the top 10 more easily than USC at this point.
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  • I'd much prefer Robert Woods. Complete package, runs excellent routes, probably the most pro-ready of any WR in the draft. He's a great kid with great work ethic, carries himself without attitude and thrives to get better. He and Rice would be scary with Baldwin underneath and with O line help, Miller would get his touches as well. Lynch deserves a better passing game around him.

    I'd give our 1 and 5 (or Tate) to move up to get Woods (probably around the 10 spot).
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  • HawkWow wrote:I'd much prefer Robert Woods. Complete package, runs excellent routes, probably the most pro-ready of any WR in the draft. He's a great kid with great work ethic, carries himself without attitude and thrives to get better. He and Rice would be scary with Baldwin underneath and with O line help, Miller would get his touches as well. Lynch deserves a better passing game around him.

    I'd give our 1 and 5 (or Tate) to move up to get Woods (probably around the 10 spot).


    I'm a USC fan and I am worried about Woods at the next level. Think he's much more likely to bust than Lee (who is incredible).
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  • Awesome little video about Marqise Lee. Will make you root for him even if you don't like USC. On the field he reminds me of Terrell Owens, except without the TO personna.

    http://vimeo.com/52810696
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  • Lee may not be as "pro ready" or as advanced as some others, but he is the
    most otherworldly receiving talent I've seen this year and I watch a LOT of
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