Ted Miller Good running backs see holes even before they open, so it should come no surprise that Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey immediately recognized holes in a reporter's questions. So, Ka'Deem, are you thinking about maybe hitting 2,000 yards rushing in 2013? "Hopefully 2,000 this year!" he said, laughing. Carey will head into the Gildan New Mexico Bowl against Nevada on Dec. 15 with 1,757 yards rushing. Considering he broke the 28-year-old Pac-12 single-game record rushing record when he pilled up 366 yards against Colorado, Carey getting 243 against the Wolfpack isn't that much of a stretch. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-12 Blog Click here to view the article.