Mississippi State RB Threatens to Leave Team Over State Flag

Kylin Hill, a running back at Mississippi State, has threatened to leave the team if the state does not remove the Confederate flag from their state flag:

Hill is entering his senior year; last season he rushed for 5.6 yards per carry, 1,350 yards, and 10 touchdowns for Mississippi State.

Last week, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey threatened to pull future conference title events out of the state if they did not change their flag.

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