As we approach the 2013 AdvoCare V100 Bowl, now just ten days away, it’s time to zoom in on the running backs.
Clearly, Boston College’s Andre Williams and Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey have had exceptional seasons. Both have earned the right to be considered amongst the best running backs in the nation this season, and may ultimately have been the best two. They will not be on the field at the same time on New Year’s Eve, but the comparisons have been made, are being made, and will continue to be made.
How do the two stack up against one another? Observe the infographic:
Carey’s thing has been consistency — he had at least 100 rushing yards in all eleven of his games. Williams did the same in just nine of his 12 games, but he also had five games with more than 200 yards and a game where he went well over 300. Considering that Williams had three games below one-hundred yards, the fact that he still put up over 2,100 is extraordinary.