Kyle York (American football)
|Mississippi State Bulldogs – No. 17|
|High school||Spring High School|
|Born:||July 5, 1982|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||207 lb (94 kg)|
After redshirting the 2001 season, York expected to backup Kevin Fant in 2002. However, after Fant was suspended for the first game, York started for the Bulldogs in a 36-13 loss to Oregon. York got another start later in the season when Fant was injured and led the Bulldogs to a 29-17 win over Memphis.
York backed up Fant during the 2003 season, appearing in seven games as a backup. In 2004, under new head coach Sylvester Croom, York was again named the backup quarterback, this time to Omarr Conner. However, Conner was injured in a 51-0 loss to 2004 LSU Tigers football team, and York started the next two games, a 31-13 loss to Vanderbilt, and a 27-13 loss to UAB. York did not appear in any more games in 2004. He graduated from Mississippi State in December 2004 and did not return for the 2005 season, instead enrolling in seminary.
York is currently the Lead Pastor at Harvest Church in Mississippi and previously had served in other pastoral roles in other churches. He occasionally serves as a football expert on TV and radio sports shows.
- We are the York Family profile at Harvest Church Ministries webpage
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- "Fife smoothly ushers in new Ducks' era". ESPN.com. 2002-09-01. Retrieved 2016-09-11.
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- "UAB 27, Mississippi State 13". CBSSports.com. 2004-10-09. Archived from the original on 2020-06-19.
- "Veteran Issues Continue Trimming 2005 Roster". Scout.com. 2005-02-08.
- Martin, Tony (April 9, 2020). "MBCB church plant blooming with help from CB". Baptist Record. Retrieved June 18, 2020.
- "Kyle York". Sports-reference.com. Retrieved June 18, 2020.
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