The halfway mark is upon us, which means the ‘all important’ mid season awards are out. With them, come some recognition for the Arizona Wildcats from CBSSports.
For their conference rankings, CBS gave Matt Scott their Pac-12 Offensive Player (half) Year. Here is what they had to say:
“Scott is the Pac-12′s leading passer and 17th leading rusher. He’s a true dual-threat QB who fits perfectly into coach Rich Rodriguez’s system. In an Oct. 6 loss to Stanford, Scott threw for 491 yards, while setting the Pac-12 record for completions (45) and pass attempts (69).”
With being the top offensive player in the conference, it was not shocking to find him on the 1st Team All Pac-12 team. Also finding themselves on the All Pac-12 team were defensive studs Marquis Flowers (LB) and Jered Tevis (S).
In terms of national status, Ka’Deem Carey found himself on the 2nd team All-America at running back. Carey, a sophomore, this is no longer apart of just a coming out party, but something compared to the Project-X movie. If Carey can keep up his torrid pace, he will find himself with numerous post season accolades.