VIDEO: USC Vs. Hawaii Highlights Feature Marqise Lee Heavily

The USC Trojans played really well in their 49-10 opening weekend victory over the Hawaii Warriors. Matt Barkley completed over 60% of his passes for an average of 9.1 passing yards per attempt, and threw four touchdowns, including two to Robert Woods and another to Randall Telfer.

The two main highlights of the game were from Barkley's number one target in Trojan wide reciever Marqise Lee. On the first play of the game from scrimmage, Barkley found Lee on a short comeback, but then Lee juked the Hawaii cornerback to the inside before pulling it back to the sideline, and then took off for 70 yards to put USC up 7-0. Lee then took a kickoff early in the second half that saw him receive great blocking on special teams. Lee did the rest, turning on the jets, exploding through the open hole and hitting the end zone without trouble.

Lee finished with 10 receptions for 187 yards and the 100 yard kickoff return to give him 287 all-purpose yards on the day. You can see some snippets of Lee's great day from the official USC football YouTube channel above and via ESPN's highlights below.

For all coverage of the USC Trojans, visit Conquest Chronicles, and get additional commentary on the Hawaii Warriors at Mountain West Connection. Get all your CFB news at the SB Nation NCAA football hub.

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