Lee, who committed to UCLA last month, was happy with his performance in the win, despite being kept out of the end zone.
"We're starting to come together as a team, the line is coming off good, and we're getting the hang of it," said Lee. "The plan was to let me go to work. We had to execute a little better."
On Saturday, Lee got to see his future school take on Nebraska at the Rose Bowl, and he said he's excited about his future with the Bruins.
"I was at the game on Saturday," said Lee. "I love the offense and the way they've been running the ball. I'm not taking any other visits. I'm solid to UCLA."
Lee said his relationship with the Bruin coaches played a big role in his decision to pick the Bruins.
"Coach (Demetrice) Martin and Coach (Steve) Broussard, we all have a really good relationship and I have a good relationship with Coach (Jim) Mora too," said Lee.
With Johnathan Franklin graduating after this season, Lee knows that there is a possibility for early playing time, but he said that wasn't a big reason he picked UCLA.
"It's the best place for me, so playing next year wasn't a big reason," said Lee. "But I'm coming to work, to compete and earn to my spot."