VIDEO: Jim Mora talks Arizona, Ka’Deem Carey

UCLA coach Jim Mora talked a bit about Arizona’s offense Tuesday morning, pointing out the Wildcats’ effective run game. Rich Rodriguez’s spread has the team at 275.4 rushing yards per game, 12th in the country.

“You look at them as a casual observer, you see the four wide sets, you think they’re just going to sling it all over the yard,” Mora said. “Really, they just do a great job of spreading you out and running it.”

Star running back Ka’Deem Carey leads college football with 153.1 yards per game, and hasn’t been held under 100 yards since UCLA limited him to 54 last November.

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  • EncinitasBruin

    Would be cool to be the only FBS team to hold Carey to less than 100 yards two years in a row… Defense will win this game–theirs or ours. Bodes well that AZ’s front 7 does not get to the QB very often…looking for Hundley to have another great game

  • 92104bruinfan

    If Bruins fancy themselves as an upper tier Pac 12 team just a notch below Stanford & Oregon (for at least 2013), then these are the conference games that need to be won on the road under the lights on ESPN. No ifs, ands, buts about it. I know Coach Mora was stating the obvious but of course 4 receiver spread sets are used to keep opponents from crowding the box which thus opens up running lanes. If Kendricks is healthy, the Bruins’ linebacking corps should be able to slow down Carey. Yeah, the Mildcats might be wanting some payback for last year’s 66-10 declawing at the Rose Bowl but it’s about time for some payback for those games where the Bruins have faceplanted in Tucson in recent years. Time to step up and bring it. Go Bruins!