WILDCATS FALL AGAIN, YATES PAYS THE PRICE

After falling to the Stanford Cardinal 41-31 last week, the Arizona Wildcats made a change by terminating defensive coordinator Marcel Yates. Former Wildcat Corner Shaquille Richardson and Eddie Law... See More

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WILDCATS FALL AGAIN, YATES PAYS THE PRICE WILDCATS FALL AGAIN, YATES PAYS THE PRICE

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After falling to the Stanford Cardinal 41-31 last week, the Arizona Wildcats made a change by terminating defensive coordinator Marcel Yates. Former Wildcat Corner Shaquille Richardson and Eddie Law discuss why this move was made and what it may lead to. They also talk about the NCAA voting unanimously to allow student-athletes to profit from their likeness, but they discuss the vague language used in the process.

After falling to the Stanford Cardinal 41-31 last week, the Arizona Wildcats made a change by terminating defensive coordinator Marcel Yates. Former Wildcat Corner Shaquille Richardson and Eddie Law discuss why this move was made and what it may lead to. They also talk about the NCAA voting unanimously to allow student-athletes to profit from their likeness, but they discuss the vague language used in the process.

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Eddie Law & Shaquille Richardson

Eddie Law is a graduate of The University of Arizona with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He’s been covering sports in radio and the podcast space for over 10 years. A die-hard fan of his alma mater, Eddie loves nothing more than kicking back with wings, an ice cold beer, and his Wildcats on the TV.  He is also the founder and host of the Keyboard Warriors MMA podcast at KeyboardWarriorsMMA.com and talks Arizona Cardinals football for CardsAirRaid.com.

Shaquille Richardson dominated the secondary for the Wildcats from 2010-2013. In his debut start as a freshman against Washington State he intercepted the quarterback twice, earning the then, Pac 10, Defensive Player of the Week. In 2011 he started 10 games and earned College Football Performance Awards Honorable Mention. In 2013, he started all 13 games, recording 55 tackles, including three for loss, three interceptions, and four pass break-ups. He would later be drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 5th round and would move on to stints with Kansas City Chiefs. Arizona Cardinals. Tennessee Titans, Carolina Panthers, and Oakland Raiders.