Former UNC OL, New Palestine football coach Kyle Ralph down 77 pounds since March

will start his eighth season at New Palestine leading a program coming off back-to-back state titles and riding a 63-game regular-season win streak. But Ralph is sporting a decidedly different look. The clippers have not touched his hair or beard since March – at least until this weekend. And even more noticeable is the 77 pounds Ralph has lost. (Indianapolis Star)

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Former UNC OL, New Palestine football coach Kyle Ralph down 77 pounds since March

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