Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey, who led the nation in rushing last season, was suspended for Friday night's season opener against Northern Arizona. The announcement of Carey's suspension was made shortly before the kickoff of Friday's game. The Tucson Citizen reported the suspension was for a violation of team rules. Carey was charged with domestic violence in December, but the two charges from that incident were dropped. Carey was listed as the first-team running back for this week's game, which is against an FCS school. Carey rushed for 1,929 yards last year, when he scored 23 touchdowns.
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