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Pac-12 fantasy recap week five: Sefo Liufau Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week

Anu Solomon put up 56 points against Cal in a loss.

Ezra Shaw

Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week - Sefo Liufau QB Colorado

Liufau outdueled Jared Goff for the honor as both threw for countless yards and seven touchdowns against each other but Liufau got the edge with 70 rushing yards. His 56 points are going to be pretty hard to top in any given week.

Surprise of the week - Mike Bercovici QB Arizona State

I thought Bercovici would do good work filling in for Taylor Kelly, but I don't know if I expected 34 points. His team may have stunk it up, but he still put up good fantasy numbers.

Disappointment of the week - Sean Mannion QB Oregon State

Has not been a good fantasy season for the usually-prolific Mannion and this was by far his worst week, getting just four points against USC. It is beginning to look like he might not be a great fantasy quarterback without Brandin Cooks.

Start him this week - Isiah Myers WR Washington State

The Cougar receivers are going to put up major points against Cal and we all know that River Cracraft, Dom Williams and Vince Mayle will account for a lot of them, but watch for Myers to get quite a few himself. Myers has shown that he can be a big scorer when the Cougars are playing soft defenses.

Sit him this week - D.J. Foster RB Arizona State

Foster cooled off against UCLA and don't expect to get hot against USC who has been rock solid against running backs not playing for Boston College. You may want to swap him out for a running back playing a softer defense.

2014 Top 10 Pac-12 Fantasy Scorers thus far

1. Connor Halliday QB Washington State - 185

2. Sefo Liufau QB Colorado - 149

3. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon - 145

4. Anu Solomon QB Arizona - 136

5. Jared Goff QB Cal - 131

6. Nelson Spruce WR Colorado - 127

7. D.J. Foster RB Arizona State - 105

8. Cody Kessler QB USC - 101

9. Brett Hundley QB UCLA - 99

10. Kevin Hogan QB Stanford - 89