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Pac-12 fantasy football recap week six: Connor Halliday Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week

Halliday is the Pac-12's Fantasy Player of the Year yet again

William Mancebo

Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week - Connor Halliday QB Washington State

Halliday had the most ridiculous game ever put together by a Pac-12 quarterback. More than 700 yards and six touchdowns without an interception equals 61 points and fantasy bliss.

Surprise of the week - Mike Bercovici QB Arizona State

Filling in for Taylor Kelly, Bercovici was amazing against a USC pass defense that had been pretty strong leading up to Saturday. Bercovici ripped off 45 points against the Trojans.

Disappointment of the week - Nelson Spruce WR Colorado

Spruce has been the conference's top fantasy receiver and one of its best players at any positions, but Oregon State shut him down. Spruce scored just three points against the Beavers.

Start him this week - Cyler Miles QB Washington

Miles hasn't done much this year, but facing Cal as a quarterback has quickly became a recipe for becoming the Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week. Miles might not score 61 points, but he will put up points and with Sean Mannion, Mike Bercovici, Kendal Thompson and Sefo Liufau on byes, he will be a great asset if you have him on your team.

Sit him this week - Daniel Lasco RB Cal

Lasco is a consistent fantasy back, but Washington's front seven makes things tough on opposing offenses. Throw in the fact that the Bears will likely be busy bombing Washington's questionable secondary and he might not produce like he usually does.

Top 10 2014 Pac-12 Fantasy Points Scorers so far

1. Connor Halliday QB Washington State - 246

2. Jared Goff QB Cal - 177

3. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon - 172

4. Sefo Liufau QB Colorado - 171

5. Anu Solomon QB Arizona - 155

6. Nelson Spruce WR Colorado - 130

7. Cody Kessler QB USC - 120

8. D.J. Foster RB Arizona State - 119

9. Brett Hundley QB UCLA - 119

10. Javorious Allen RB USC - 108