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ARIZONA 39, NO. 10 SOUTHERN CAL 36  BOXSCORE
The offensive player of the week was coming from this game, but it was a toss up between Lee and Arizona QB Matt Scott, who put up 369 yards passing and three TDs while also running for 100 yards and a score. Scott helped his team knock off a top-10 squad, but Lee got our nod for the fact that there are only four receivers in FBS history who put up better days. His 345 receiving yards are fifth in the single-game record book after he grabbed 16 receptions, including a long of 57. Two of his catches when for scores as he helped QB Matt Barkley to a record day as he had 493 yards and three TDs through the air.
REC YDS TD LONG
Week 9 16 345 2 57
Season 76 1,129 10 83
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NO. 12 GEORGIA 17, NO. 3 FLORIDA 9  BOXSCORE
Mr. Jones has been here before, winning our defensive player-of-the-week honor earlier this season. His Week 9 performance was even better, and it had to be to take the award ahead of Notre Dame's Manti Te'o and his job he put on Oklahoma. Jones' numbers tell the tale as he had 13 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He led a Bulldog defense that allowed Florida just 85 rushing yards and 266 total yards. 
S-A-TT SACK-YDS TFL-YDS FF-FR
Week 9 12-1-13 3.0-22 4.5-24 2-2
Season 32-17-49 8.5-69 14.0-84 5-2
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NORTH CAROLINA 43, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 35  BOXSCORE
Giovani Bernard has been making noise with his running prowess from the backfield and racked up 135 yards and 25 carries and two scores against NC State, but it was his punt return -- one that went 74 yards for a touchdown -- in the final two minutes that gave the Tar Heels the win and Bernard our player-of-the-week award. It was his second PR touchdown of the season and 15th score overall. The late special teams TD gave the Tar Heels their first win in the series since 2006.
PR-YDS LONG TD RUSH-YDS
Week 9 2-74 74 1 25-135
Season 12-249 74 2 126-930