Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill, center, sings the alma mater with Reggie Todd, left, and Darryl Williams on Saturday after the Maroon team beat the White team 28-10 in the annual Maroon & White spring football game at Davis Wade Stadium.

Hill shows speed, strength in Maroon & White Game

STARKVILLE -- Comfort was an acquired taste through Kylin Hill's freshman season at Mississippi State. The former Columbus High School standout running back had enough on the surface being 30 minutes from home and playing in an offense that resembled his prep system that made him one of the nation's top prospects at his position. All that was missing was the details.



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