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CFB Barometer: Who's Up, Who's Down Week 6

Jesse Siegel

Jesse Siegel

Siegel covers college football, college basketball and minor league baseball for RotoWire. He was named College Sports Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.

The Pac-12 has been ferocious to begin the season, particularly from a fantasy perspective. The analysis starts with the high-powered Oregon Ducks, who need no introduction. The loss of Chip Kelly has done nothing to slow the up-tempo offense, as quarterback Marcus Mariota has shredded opposing defenses thus far in 2013. However, the most productive quarterback in the country might be Oregon State gunslinger Sean Mannion. Mannion has passed for an astounding 2,018 yards and 21 touchdowns through five games. He tore up Colorado on Saturday for six touchdowns and has tossed just two interceptions this season. Not surprisingly then, the nation's leading receiver also resides in Corvallis, as Brandin Cooks has 52 catches for 807 yards and nine touchdowns.

Meanwhile, the Washington Huskies feature one of the best rushers you've never heard of in Bishop ...

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