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Kyle Cefalo enters his third season as a graduate assistant coach at Arkansas State.
Since joining the A-State team, Cefalo has been a part of one Sun Belt Conference championship and two appearances in the GoDaddy Bowl, including a victory in 2013.
He entered the coaching profession at A-State after a successful career at the University of Colorado. Cefalo played two seasons at Colorado after serving as a walk-on scout in his first season with the team in 2009.
Cefalo originally signed to play baseball at Oregon State, but suffered a season-ending arm injury and transferred to Colorado where he began his football career. He caught two touchdown passes during his senior season at Colorado, including the go-ahead touchdown in a victory over Colorado State.
He was awarded the Gold Group Commitment award in 2009, which is given out by the Colorado coaching staff and recognizes excellence with class in a variety of areas.
A native of Boston, Mass., Cefalo received his bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Colorado in the spring of 2012.