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Yates' experience helps Arizona football in more ways than one

You don’t always have to walk a mile in another man’s shoes to know where he has been. Sometimes, you can see the journey in his eyes. In the case of Marcel Yates, Arizona defensive coordinator, the recent experience of Zach Hemmila passing away unexpectedly brought back dark memories of a similar tragedy when he was a defensive linemen at Boise State University.

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