Rich Rodriguez and the UA will get back on the practice field this afternoon in preparation for Saturday's road game at Colorado.
The Wildcats (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) are two wins away from bowl eligibility and we're at the point of the season where we can start to talk about likely destinations if they get those two victories, which seems likely at this point.
Here are some links to check out this morning on bowl projections, power rankings, Ka'Deem Carey and more.
• First up, Rich Rodriguez's letdown meter will be on high alert this week. Look for the coach to keep his team humbled following a big win over Utah and a not-so-good Colorado team waiting on Saturday.
• Greg Hansen wrote about Ka'Deem Carey's 40-carry night against Utah and says the only thing the running back did wrong was score too soon in the final minutes of the victory. A sampling: "You win. You learn. You win again. Isn't that the order in which winning football games progress? On the 1,067th rush in his high school and college career, Carey learned that you don't always run to daylight. Sometimes you've got to think green. As the junior's role grows, so, too, does his local legend. Now he's scoring too soon."
• The guys at the ESPN Pac-12 blog have Arizona at No. 7 in the latest conference power rankings. They ponder what life could be like for the Wildcats if they had gotten a shot at USC with Lane Kiffin as its coach.
• Athlon Sports has Arizona at No. 8 in its power rankings, ahead of Utah, Washington State, Colorado and Cal.
• Athlon has Arizona playing in the New Mexico Bowl again this year. The site has the Wildcats playing Wyoming there.
• ESPN also has the UA returning to the New Mexico Bowl and playing San Jose State.
• Jerry Palm over at CBSsports.com is one of the few who doesn't have Arizona heading to New Mexico again. Instead, he thinks Arizona will play in the Las Vegas Bowl against Utah State.
• Kyle Ringo at the Boulder Daily Camera writes that Colorado is eager to get another shot at Ka'Deem Carey this year after the UA running back tore them up for a conference-record 366 yards last year at Arizona Stadium. Colorado senior Derrick Webb said Carey "is a great back" and "will definitely be a No. 1 priority to stop."