Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week - Keith Price QB Washington
Price had his best statistical game of the season in a week of underwhelming offensive performances by the Pac-12 heavy hitters. Price put up 37 points against Colorado as he threw and ran for two touchdowns each.
Surprise of the week - Ty Isaac RB USC
The Trojans quietly have the best stable of running backs in the conference and it was freshman Isaac's week to step up this week and score 20 points. He could be a great addition to a fantasy with Justin Davis, Silas Redd and Tre Madden all suffering injuries.
Disappointment of the week - Byron Marshall RB Oregon
The Stanford defense absolutely stymied the Oregon run game so Marshall produced an out-of-character four points and struggled to do much of anything.
Start him this week - Michael Adkins RB Colorado
The Buffs finally get a winnable game this week when Cal comes to town and they will assuredly pound their stable of running backs, especially if Paul Richardson can't go, and Adkins is the most productive of their backs.
Sit him this week - Keith Price QB Washington
Price is coming off the best game of his senior season but don't count on a repeat performance against UCLA which has a very talented front seven which always seems to spell doom for the Washington quarterback.
Injury watch - Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
Word came out around the Stanford game that Mariota has a sprained MCL , and while I think that it is overblown, he is probably beat up and I wouldn't be surprised if the Ducks limit how much they do with him against Utah as long as they have a comfortable lead.
Top 10 2013 Pac-12 Fantasy Scorers
1. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 307 points
2. Sean Mannion QB Oregon State 289 points
3. Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State 287 points
4. Brett Hundley QB UCLA 264 points
5. B.J. Denker QB Arizona 249 points
6. Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State 241 points
7. Bishop Sankey RB Washington 230 points
8. Keith Price QB Washingotn 219 points
9. Marion Grice RB Arizona State 214 points
10. Connor Halliday QB Washington State