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In this Nov. 1 photo taken by the Yakima Herald-Republic, Lake Roosevelt High School’s Trey Nicholson, left, and Nathaniel Hall try to tackle White Swan High School’s Tony Picard during a football game in White Swan, Wash. A tiny Washington high school is home to perhaps the largest running back anywhere in the country — amateur or professional. At 400 pounds, Picard racked up 576 yards rushing and 7 touchdowns this year. Associated Press

Prep Football: 400-pound running back a sight to behold

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WHITE SWAN, Wash. (AP) — A tiny Washington high school is home to perhaps the largest running back anywhere in the country — amateur or professional.

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