In the days and hours preceding Arizona’s matchup with Colorado, the focus of the media and fans alike was set squarely on the health of quarterback Matt Scott.
Shortly after kickoff, the attention shifted from Scott—who had suffered a concussion a week earlier and was scratched in favor of B.J. Denker—to sophomore running back Ka'Deem Carey.
Carey, a Tucson native, broke both a school and conference single-game record in notching 366 rushing yards in the Wildcats' 56-31 win.
Plenty—both of the good and bad variety—was lost in the shadow of Carey’s historic performance.
Read on to see who the winners and losers were in Arizona's most recent victory.