Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week - Nelson Agholor WR USC
Agholor had an outrageous game against Cal, scoring 33 points on more than 200 yards receiving and he could have gotten even more had a very long touchdown not been called back on a penalty.
Surprise of the week - Dwayne Washington RB Washington
The Huskies have been a rotating group of inefficiency at running back all season, with linebacker Shaq Thompson being the only player to have success, but Washington exploded for Washington against Arizona for 26 points.
Disappointment of the week - Cayleb Jones & Austin Hill WR Arizona
Hill and Jones faced off against a small, young Washington secondary but combined for seven points. I think most would have hoped that Arizona's dynamic duo could have put up more against a struggling Washington secondary.
Start him this week - Byron Marshall RB Oregon
Marshall has been a big fantasy disappointment this season with Royce Freeman turning into a star and him moving to a bit of a hybrid running back/receiver, but I expect him to get a lot of looks in what should be an easy win for Oregon over Colorado. The Ducks like to go to him in games where they run out in front of an opponent and try to milk the clock a bit.
Sit him this week - Khalfani Muhammad RB Cal
Running backs simply don't get a lot of points against Stanford and what will be available will probably be eaten up by Daniel Lasco.
Top 10 2014 Pac-12 Fantasy Scorers
1. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon - 349
2. Connor Halliday QB Washington State - 306
3. Jared Goff QB Cal - 279
4. Brett Hundley QB UCLA - 277
5. Anu Solomon QB Arizona - 273
6. Cody Kessler QB USC - 268
7. Sefo Liufau QB Colorado - 244
8. Javorius Allen RB USC - 200
9. Daniel Lasco RB Cal - 192
10. Kevin Hogan QB Stanford - 191