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Ka’Deem Carey has taken ownership of the Arizona Football record book. How does he stack up with the all-time greats in Pac-12 history?

The latest updates to the records section are here:

NEW: Pac-12 Rushing Yards, Career
Carey rushed for 157 yards against Arizona State and in doing so become the 10th Pac-12 player to hit 4,000 yards. He passed Washington’s Chris Polk for ninth place on the all-time list. The Arizona back needs 37 yards in the bowl game to pass Napoleon Kaufman (Washington), 100 yards to get by Darrin Nelson (Stanford) and 231 yards to surpass Stepfan Taylor (Stanford).

NEW: Pac-12 Rushing Touchdowns, Career
Carey rushed for one TD in the Territorial Cup game to break the tie with Marcus Allen (USC) for seventh place in Pac-12 history and to move into a tie with Jacquizz Rodgers (Oregon State) for sixth place.

Rushing Yards, Career
Behold, Arizona’s first 4,000-yard rusher.

Rushing Touchdowns, Career
Ka’Deem is now trying to create separation from the Cactus Comet.

Rushing Yards, Season
Carey passed Trung Canidate’s 1999 season for the second consecutive year and now owns the two best single-season marks in UA history. If he can get 214 yards in the bowl he would break last year’s record.

Rushing Touchdowns, Season
Carey and B.J. Denker broke a couple ties with the touchdown-makers on Arizona’s 12-1 season. The running back passed Kelvin Eafon and now has sole possession of the third most rushing touchdowns in a season, while the quarterback slid past Canidate to claim the sixth-best season as his own.

Rushing Yards by Quarterback, Season
With 87 net rushing yards against ASU Denker has a shot at a 1,000-yard season. He needs 102 yards in the bowl game.

Pass Completions, Season
Denker completed 15 passes last Saturday to move within 24 of passing Jason Johnson for the seventh most in a Wildcat season.

Uniform Combination Database
The copper helmets are now winless on the road and 1-2 overall.

Now Wildcat Universe waits to see which combination will be used to close out 2013 and, more importantly, where it will be playing.

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