As the fight to end racism rages on, the Mississippi State flag remains under the microscope.
With the NCAA championships already banned from Mississippi until the flag is changed, Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill is taking that a step further.
This afternoon, the SEC’s top returning rusher made his position very clear, either the flag goes or he goes.
Hill quote-tweeted Governor Tate Reeves saying: “Either change the flag or I won’t be representing this state anymore and I meant that. I’m tired.”
His demand coming as a direct result of the ongoing debate over changing the flag which contains a confederate emblem in its design.
The last vote on the state flag took place in 2001 when voters decided to keep the flag as is.
Hill is arguably the SEC’s best running back, having rushed for more than 1,300 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2019.