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Advocare V100 Bowl: Arizona cruises past Boston College 42-19
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Shreveport, La. • Ka'Deem Carey took a decisive victory in a showdown between two of the nation's top running backs. Arizona's complete domination of Boston College was even more impressive.

Carey rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns, B.J. Denker threw for 275 touchdowns and two touchdowns and the Wildcats had an easy time in a 42-19 victory over the Eagles in the Advocare V100 Bowl on Tuesday.

It was another impressive performance for Carey in what might be his final college game. The 5-foot-10, 207-pound junior topped 100 yards rushing for a 16th straight game.

Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez had plenty of praise for Carey before sneaking in a plug to campaign for a senior season.

"He's the hardest runner in the country and I think he's the best running back in the country," Rodriguez said before breaking into a grin. "And he's still got some things to learn. So another year and he'd be just right."

The game was billed as a matchup between two of the nation's top running backs — Arizona's Carey and Boston College's Andre Williams. But the duel between AP All-America first team selections was one-sided.

Williams, who won the Doak Walker Award over Carey, was held to 75 yards rushing and a touchdown. Boston College (7-6) didn't score a touchdown until Williams' 4-yard run early in the fourth quarter.

"The biggest key for us defensively was tackling [Williams] before he had the chance to get going," Rodriguez said. "We wanted to tackle him early and be physical."

Carey had plenty of help. Arizona (8-5) had 529 total yards and scored 35 straight points to turn a tight 7-6 game in the second quarter into a 42-6 blowout by early in the fourth.

Denker completed 17 of 24 passes while Nate Phillips caught nine passes for 193 yards. Redshirt freshman Trey Griffey — the son of former baseball star Ken Griffey Jr. — caught two touchdown passes, including a 26-yarder just before halftime that gave the Wildcats a 21-6 lead.

Arizona's six touchdowns tied an Advocare V100 Bowl record. Rodriguez said the offense — and particularly Denker— played at a high level for most of the day.

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