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Ralph Kercheval
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Football Player
    (December 1, 1911-October 6, 2010)
    Born in Salt Lick, Kentucky
    Attended the University of Kentucky
    Running back and placekicker for the Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) (1934-1940)
    Distant cousin of actor Ken Kercheval
    He named one of his three sons after himself.
    He spent most of his NFL career in losing teams.
    He enjoyed golf in the later years of his life.
    He had a degree in animal husbandry.
    He was one of the University of Kentucky's greatest punters of all-time.
    He was the first player from the University of Kentucky to have All-SEC honors.
    He tied Ward Cuff for the most field goals made (5) in the 1938 NFL season.
    He was in the U.S. Army as a member of the cavalry in World War II.
    He became a successful horse breeder, trainer and farm manager as he was out of the military.
    He was the oldest living former NFL player at the time of his death at 98.

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