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Wolfpack football players did bench presses, an obstacle course, a gator pull and participated in a tug-of-war Thursday afternoon at their practice fields as they raised money and awareness for Uplifting Athletes. It was N.C. States second annual "Lift for Life." Inspired by former offensive coordinator Dana Bible, who was diagnosed with Promyelocytic Leukemia in 2008, the Pack hoped to raise $10,000 for leukemia research. To donate, visit www.liftforlife.upliftingathletes.org. Video by staff photojournalist Ethan Hyman
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