ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Expect a lot of offense when Arizona meets Nevada in a New Mexico Bowl showdown featuring two of the nation's best running backs.
Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey would become only the 16th player in NCAA history to have a 2,000-yard season if he can get 243 yards against Nevada on Saturday. Nevada's Stefphon Jefferson isn't too far behind, trailing Carey by only 54 yards.
The matchup between the Wildcats (7-5) and the Wolf Pack (7-5) also marks the return of Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez to a bowl game. Rodriguez was out of coaching for a year following a stint at Michigan before taking over at Arizona this season.