Ka'Deem Carey is one of the best backs in the country, and he's going to get his yards. If the Wildcats get him the ball 25 times, he'll run for 125 or more. The key for the Ducks is to make him work for those yards, limit explosion plays (he's not breakaway threat, but a steady pounder who hits the hole quickly) and force some stops.
Dee-nied: Derrick Malone says he is good to go after injury his shoulder last week, and Nick Aliotti and Don Pellum need the linebacker unit to have a focused, aggressive game against an Arizona team that likes to attack underneath and up the middle. 65% of Ka'Deem Carey's runs come between the tackles (Eric Evans photo, goducks.com).