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The Arizona Wildcats limited Doak Walker Award winner Andre Williams to 75 yards on 26 carries (2.9 ypc.) Tuesday in their 42-19 win over Boston College in the Advocare V100 Bowl.

In a game billed as The Battle of the Back it was the Wildcats Ka'Deem Carey, a finalist for the award, who came away the clear winner.

The CDO grad finished with a game-high 169 yards on 27 carries (6.3 ypc). It was the 16th-straight game in which he has eclipsed the century mark. That is the longest streak in Pac-12 history and the longest for any FBS player in the last 10 seasons.

Carey did not catch a pass in the game but the 169 yards allowed him to break his 22nd Arizona program record.

The junior became the school's all-time leader in the all-purpose yards category. His 5,483 yards surpass Dennis Northcutt's 5,392 yards totaled from 1996-99.

Carey also added to his own all-time rushing total to 4,232 yards, which ranks now stands as seventh-most in Pac-12 history.

Click on the video to hear what Carey is think right now as he begins to think about staying a player on Saturdays or applying to play on Sundays in the National Football League.

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David Kelly contributed this story.

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