Ka’Deem Carey carries Arizona with 366-yard rushing performance

Carey carries Arizona

Ka’Deem Carey ran for a Pac-12 record 366 yards and scored five touchdowns, powering Arizona to a 56-31 rout of visiting Colorado. Carey, who carried 25 times, broke the record of 357 rushing yards set by Washington State’s Rueben Mayes at Oregon on Oct. 27, 1984.

Badger had a ball

Montee Ball and James White rushed for a combined 359 yards and five touchdowns, and the Badgers ran for a school-record 564 yards en route to a 62-14 rout of host Indiana. Ball rushed for 198 yards and three scores, moving past 1998 Heisman winner Ricky Williams for second on the FBS all-time list.

WR quits, claims abuse


Star receiver Marquess Wilson said he has quit the Washington State team, and blamed the coaching staff for what he called abuse of players. Wilson was suspended this week for an unspecified violation of team rules. He said Saturday that first-year coach Mike Leach and his staff has ‘‘preferred to belittle, intimidate and humiliate us.’’

Bearcats’ Kay gets started

Cincinnati senior quarterback Brendon Kay, making his first start in an injury-riddled career, torched Temple for 244 yards passing and two touchdowns in leading the visiting Bearcats (7-2, 3-1) to a 34-10 Big East Conference win.

Ga. Tech, UNC pile up points

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Georgia Tech won a 68-50 shootout against North Carolina in the highest-scoring game in Atlantic Coast Conference history. The teams combined for 1,085 yards, 118 points, and just five punts in surpassing the previous ACC mark of 110 points set in Virginia’s 63-47 victory over Tulane in 1968.

After setback, Lions roar

Coming off a 69-0 loss to Harvard, Columbia scored the final 27 points to stun host Cornell, 34-17.

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