Marqise Lee catches (and argues for) amazing 2-point catch vs. Stanford

The star USC wide receiver is good at everything.

Marqise Lee might be the best wide receiver in the country. That's been easy to forget for much of 2013, when the reigning Biletnikoff-winner was held down by strife and woe and injury and quarterback juggling and coaching turmoil and everything else.

All that's done. Here he is pulling in a two-point conversion catch while spinning out of bounds against his own momentum. The man's so talented, he even makes rollouts look good. Rollouts are horrible and never work, except when they end with throws to Marqise Lee.

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Great throw by Cody Kessler, too. How do you defend that?

Lee wasn't done, putting on his negotiator hat (negotiators wear hat) to finish the deal:

I'd like to believe his argument was "I'm Marqise Lee."

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