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Pac-12 Fantasy Football Recap, Week 9

Marqise Lee has a game for the ages while Washington State shuts down Stepfan Taylor and Bryan Bennett racks up points in mop up duty.

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Star of the Week

Marqise Lee WR USC

Lee's stat line against Arizona is one of the most insane in the history of the Pac-12. With 16 receptions for 345 yards and 2 touchdowns, Lee put up numbers that would have been a great day for quarterbacks. Lee's performance had to be greatly appreciated by the aptly titled team, Lee Me Alone in the Pacific Takes Pac-12 Fantasy Football League.

Surprise of the Week

Bryan Bennett QB Oregon

Bennett made the most of his extended time against Colorado as he put up numbers that would have been great for a running back with 73 yards and 3 touchdowns on the ground along with 56 yards passing. Bennett still remains unclaimed in the Pacific Takes Pac-12 Fantasy Football League but he is probably the most valuable back-up quarterback in the conference.

Disappointment of the Week

Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford

Washington State has one of the worst run defenses in the conferences but was shockingly able to limit Taylor to just 58 yards on 21 carries and no touchdowns.

Top 10 Pac-12 Fantasy Points Leaders

1. Matt Scott QB Arizona 269 points

2. Brett Hundley QB UCLA 225 points

3. Matt Barkley QB USC 218 points

4. Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State 204 points

5. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 203 points

6. Kenjon Barner RB Oregon 196 points

7. Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona 186 points

8. Marqise Lee WR USC 175 points

9. Johnathan Franklin RB UCLA 159 points

10. Zach Maynard QB Cal 156 points

Start him this week

Marcus Mariota QB Oregon

The Trojan defense was shredded by Arizona quarterback Matt Scott and the Wildcats hurry-up offense so Mariota should have an even bigger game with the Ducks offense basically being a more dynamic and talented version of Arizona's.

Sit him this week

Matt Barkley QB USC

This might be a bold prediction, but the Ducks defense has simply destroyed every quarterback they have faced this year no matter how good they had been playing and no matter whether it is at home or on the road. Barkley hasn't been playing up to his expectations all year and has been generous with interceptions against the better teams that he has faced.