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Allen felt largely overweight last season (BN)

Junior running back Montee Ball was the poster child this offseason for weight loss, losing a noticeable 15 pounds off his frame to be more explosive while still maintaining his power. Sophomore defensive tackle Beau Allen followed the same diet outlined, although he went twice as far as Ball.

MADISON – When Montee Ball showed up for spring camp roughly 15 pounds lighter, onlookers saw a running back with more speed and agility while still keeping the power of his running game. His loss drew headlines about how much of a positive impact it could have on his game. Sophomore defensive tackle Beau Allen made a similar decision to Ball, although his came on a much grander scale and has been...

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