In the first play of the game, Lee ran in a 75-yard touchdown pass from Matt Barkley.
"Matt gave me a perfect ball and ‘one move and get up' was the main focus in my head. Coach just reiterated it so every time so I just did what he said," Lee said.
In the beginning of the third quarter, Lee ran in another touchdown from the USC endzone off Hawaii's kick.
Finding a hole on the right side, Lee ran through while freshman Nelson Agholor blocked the kicker and final defender.
But it was a few dropped passes that stood out more to Lee than his big offensive plays.
"Those were plays that I feel like should be caught. Matt put it right on the money, I should have caught them," he said, "When you do a play numerous times in practice and you always catch it, you expect to do it in a game."
Despite dropped passes and a string of penalties, USC was able to walk away with a final score of 49-10, leaving the Trojans 1-0 at the season start.