Colorado vs. Arizona 2012: AZ Desert Swarm reacts to Ka'Deem Carey's unforgettable performance

The Arizona Wildcats got back on track Saturday with their 56-31 victory over the Colorado Buffaloes thanks to a historic day from RB Ka'Deem Carey.

With QB Matt Scott (concussion) still recovering, the sophomore ball carrier put the team on his back, setting the school rushing record in the process with a 366 yards, five touchdown performance. With the 34 receiving yards he also chipped in, Carey came up just 37 yards shy of producing the same amount of total offense that the Buffaloes had as a team.

AZ Desert Swarm noted that Arizona's offense "didn't skip a bit" with B.J. Denker running the show purely because of Carey's dominance. SB Nations' Wildcats' blog also pointed out that Arizona's unforgiving run game allowed them to dominate the time of possession 41:17 to 18:12 to limit the amount of potential mistakes for Denker.

For more Arizona football reaction, head on over to AZ Desert Swarm.

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