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Pac-12 Fantasy Football Week 6 Recap

Josh Nunes shook off a terrible game against Washington and had a huge day against Arizona while Keith Price struggled to do much of anything once again against Oregon.

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Star of the Week

Josh Nunes QB Stanford

I can't imagine two more contrasting games than the one Nunes had at Washington two weeks ago and the one he had Saturday in Stanford's overtime win against Arizona. Nunes put together a dream game against the Wildcats as he passed for 360 yards and two touchdowns while also picking up 33 yards on the ground and 3 touchdowns.

Surprise of the Week

Austin Hill WR Arizona

Hill has been a steady and consistent target all year, but had a monster breakout game in the aforementioned overtime thriller between Stanford and Arizona with 11 receptions for 165 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Disappointment of the Week

Keith Price QB Washington

It has been a rough year for Price so far as he has really struggled in every game except the Huskies cakewalk against Portland State. It was more of the same for Price this week as the Oregon defense held him to less than 150 yards and he threw 2 interceptions while also losing a fumble.

Top 10 Point Scorers

1. Matt Scott QB Arizona 181 points

2. Brett Hundley QB UCLA 166 points

3. Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona 148 points

4. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 148 points

5. Kenjon Barner RB Oregon 138 points

6. Matt Barkley QB USC 130 points

7. Johnathan Franklin RB UCLA 117 points

8. Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State 109 points

9. Marqise Lee WR USC 108 points

10. Zach Maynard QB Cal 106 points

Start him this week

Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State

Kelly has quietly been having one of the best seasons of any quarterback in the conference, but it might not be so quiet after he gets the chance to put up some serious numbers against Colorado's soft pass defense this week.

Sit him this week

Josh Nunes QB Stanford

It might be tempting to start Nunes this week after the magnificent game he had against Arizona, but be wary as the Cardinal face Notre Dame on the road this week and the Irish have been very unfriendly to opposing quarterbacks this season.